Sunday Service

Clifton Universalist Unitarian Church holds our services each Sunday morning from precisely 11:00ish to 12:00ish at 2231 Payne Street in Louisville, immediately followed by coffee, food and conversation in the Fellowship Hall.

Our Services include a time for sharing Joys and Concerns, music, readings, meditative silence, children’s stories, and thought-provoking sermons.

Click here for a copy of our Order of Service.

Upcoming Services:

April 8 -- “Justice Symbols.” Ruth Newman will lead us in a discussion about whether, when, where and how Clifton UU might display Black Lives Matter and Rainbow Flag signage. Congregational ballots will be received today and for the following three weeks.

April 15 -- “LSURJ: Louisville Standing Up for Racial Justice” Tricia Lloyd-Sidle will discuss LSURJ, the local branch of a national network of groups and individuals organizing, mobilizing, and educating white people to act a part of a multi-racial majority for justice with passion and accountability. LSURJ provides a space to build relationships, skills, and political analysis to act for change.

April 22 – “Alien Life on Earth.” In honor of Earth Day, Greg Erskine will give a sermon about the web of life and the unknown depths of what we're only beginning to understand about our fellow organisms.

April 29 – “Flower Ceremony.” Elizabeth Coyle will lead a beloved Unitarian Universalist tradition. Please bring a flower or two and participate in this ceremony.

May 6 – “Beltane.” Diana Frames, Ken Baker and Jim Oxyer invite you to join in celebrating Beltane, whose past and present significance is steeped deeply in ritual rites of sexuality and fertility. We will celebrate the height and fullness of spring and the warming of the earth.




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