Welcome

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.

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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.

June 16, 2024
Who I Am/Who I Was
Rhyan Mack, a dynamic spoken-word artist, current college student and passionate advocate for transgender rights, will be our guest speaker. Expect an inspiring talk about his journey as a trans man. He’ll share personal stories of his experiences, highlighting the challenges and triumphs he’s faced along the way. Rhyan will emphasize the importance of community and radical love for queer and trans people in religious spaces, not just during Pride Month. His powerful narrative will underscore the need for inclusivity and acceptance, resonating deeply with his audience and contributing to the broader conversation about queer spirituality, religion, and equality.

June 23, 2024
Healing Vibes on Summer’s Eve
For the old Celts, Summer Solstice was a traditional time of healing, and water and greenery were believed to hold special healing powers on Midsummer’s Eve. So today a guided meditation will lead us through an ancient Celtic wood with natural waters surrounded by greenery, where we can soak up some good healing energy.
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Georgia Platts is a member of our congregation who enjoys studying the ancient Celts and their celebrations. She is a retired Foothill College instructor of sociology and women’s studies who now volunteers on issues including climate, poverty and the corrupting influence of money in politics.

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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.
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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