Sky Island UU Church is a Welcoming Congregation

SKY ISLAND UU CHURCH - Sky Island UU Church is a Welcoming Congregation

It’s a Man’s World: The Spiritual Influence of Patriarchy on the Border

Sunday Service November 16: It’s a Man’s World:  The Spiritual Influence of Patriarchy on the Border
Through an exploration of patriarchy and religion, we can see how the mindset for border and immigration enforcement is linked to a centuries-long system that oppresses and invalidates the experiences of women. This different point of view on immigration calls us towards a path that looks at intersecting oppressions when talking about justice for immigrants.

Sermon:  Emrys Staton, M.Div.
Facilitator:  Ellen Taylor



Questions Sermon

Sunday Service November 9:  Question Sunday   – Rev. Christiane Heyde

A few months ago, Rev. Christiane opened up the sermon time for on the spot question she was willing to answer from the pulpit.  The response was very positive, and after many requests, Christiane is once again asking for your questions about Unitarian Universalism, life, or anything that may be appropriate or relevant to address in a sermon.  If she receives one question in advance, she can begin her sermon, while other questions are being submitted and then pulled out of the hat.


Sermon:  Rev. Christiane Heyde

Facilitator:   Edna Weigel

Sky Island UU Church Dedication Ceremony

Dedication Ceremony: November 8, 2014

After many years of renting various buildings and sanctuary spaces, we finally have our own building! Click the link below to hear a recording of our very special dedication ceremony.

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN (approximately 1 hour and 10 minutes)

Minister:   Rev. Christiane Heyde
Homily: Rev. Matthew Crary

Empty Bowls

Sunday Service October 26: 7th Annual Empty Bowls

We will have two guest speakers for this service. Indicators of Food Poverty and Understanding Food Deserts in Cochise County.

Evelyn Whitmer is an Area Agent for the University of Arizona Cooperative Extension.  She will describe Food Deserts in Cochise County.  She will also explain how poverty affects the residents’ overall health and well-being.

Fullness from Emptiness:  Feeding Millions from an Empty Bowl.

Barry Midgorden will talk about the Empty Bowls Project. From its humble beginnings almost 25 years ago, this project has focused on feeding people locally, while increasing the awareness of hunger and food insecurity globally. The empty bowl that inspired a world wide movement provides a metaphor for creating our own lives and a concrete vehicle to help others in our own community. From emptiness comes a form and function through which compassionate caring may feed and heal.


Sermon: Evelyn Whitmer & Barry Midgorden

Facilitator: Carolyn Edwards

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