The UUFLG invites everyone into our community, without regard to race, gender, age, color, national origin, ethnic background, socioeconomic status, marital status, disability, sexual orientation or gender identity.

📢 July 1, 2024 – Board Thanks & Message from Our New Minister 📢

Sunday Services

Notice: Gratefully, congregants can safely gather in the sanctuary these days with updated Gathering Guidelines in which masks are optional. We no longer regularly stream services.

July 21, 2024
Where Have All the Neanderthals Gone?
Many of us grew up thinking of Neanderthals as something like a “trial run” for humans–big, dumb creatures that rightfully gave way to Homo sapiens (i.e., us). Recent scientific evidence suggests this was not the case–and that many of us actually have some Neanderthal genes. This Sunday, UUFLG member Rachel Morgan will talk about what may really have happened to the Neanderthals, and how parts of them live on in us today.

July 28, 2024
Seven Principles Plus: Principle Five
Join us for an inspiring and thought-provoking presentation on the Fifth Principle of Unitarian Universalism: “The right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our congregations and in society at large.” We will explore the profound significance of the democratic process as a spiritual practice and its vital role in fostering inclusive and just communities. We will examine practical ways to live out this principle in our daily lives and within our congregations, emphasizing the importance of active participation, respectful dialogue, and collective decision-making.

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Stronger Together

To make our world better, each of us must celebrate and share our unique gifts to nurture our planet. As curious, spiritually independent people, our Fellowship strives to provide an open and supportive environment to explore the creativity, strength, and wisdom within the diverse experiences and aspirations of each of us. We find joy and meaning in such a community. And by working together, we strengthen our connections.
We are a Welcoming Congregation, intentionally and openly taking steps to welcome into our community people of all sexual orientations and gender identities.

In these challenging times, here are links to vital resources:
Social assistance resources listed by the City of San José (covers wider metro area)
Santa Clara County Social Services