Welcome to Sky Island UU Church!
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4533 Commerce Drive in Sierra Vista, Arizona
Call us at 520-378-0197 if you have questions.
Our services are Sunday: 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM
Sunday Service November 23
Pulpit Exchange: Rev. Matthew Crary from The UU Congregation in Amado, comes to our pulpit this Sunday as our four “Baja Arizona” Unitarian Universalists congregations exchange ministers. While Rev. Matthew is in Sierra Vista presenting a sermon, Rev. Christiane will be in Amado with his congregation doing the same.
“Making Meaningful Covenant” – Rev. Matthew Crary
Our faith tradition is based on covenant, telling us that all our relationships are sacred. If this sounds like a big responsibility, that’s because it is. Within our covenantal history are both the means and meaning to our covenant today.
For more information, check this link for this Sunday’s service and upcoming services for this month: http://uuchurchseaz.org/wordpress/sunday-services/
11/23 The children will read the book “Granddad’s Prayers of the Earth” and explore the 4th principle, to search for what is true. They will specifically address Thanksgiving and gratitude as it relates to relatives and prayers.
The beautiful quilts displayed on the sides of our page were created by our quilters, who meet second and fourthThursday every month. They, along with the Hummingbird quilters of Sierra Vista donate the quilts to people in need. The quilters are Karen Horton, Jean Mackeen, Ellie Waters, Susie Fawcett, Sue Speicher, Jan Boucher, Rosie Carpenter, and Georgia Nielson. If you have an interest in quilting, contact Karen Horton. No experience needed. It’s a great opportunity to learn a new skill, and make new friends while doing good work.
After the Service: Join us for coffee and conversation, so we can get to know you and you can get to know us. A number of us like to go out to lunch.
Sky Island UU is a member congregation of the Unitarian Universalist Association. As a Welcoming Congregation, we affirm and promote the full participation of persons in all our activities and endeavors without regard to race, color, gender, physical or mental challenge, affectional or sexual orientation, class or national origin.
Our Promise: As Unitarian Universalists, we do not come together around a single set of beliefs, but we gather around the promise we have made to treat each other with respect and compassion as we each seek out and nurture our own best selves, while encouraging others to do the same.
Create a welcoming community of caring people where all receive emotional support, intellectual stimulation, and respect for their individual spiritual paths; Work for justice and equality in our community and the world; Increase respect for the natural environment; promote the Principles of Unitarian Universalism.
Sample Our Sermons: Many sermons are available in audio. You can also subscribe to our podcasts and our weekly email announcements using the link below.