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While Our CAMPUS IS CLOSED for Safety.
PLEASE JOIN US FOR VIRTUAL WORSHIP, COMMUNITY, AND CONNECTION!

ONE LIVESTREAM SERVICE SUNDAY MORNING 10:15 A.M. PT
Vespers Livestream - Wednesdays 6:30 p.m. PT

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A NEW SPIRITUAL HOME?
LOOKING FOR COMMUNITY AND CONNECTION?

Mt. Diablo Unitarian Universalist Church is a rich and varied community with many groups pursuing many interests and expressions of our living religious tradition. Throughout the year, we offer a multitude of special chances to connect and celebrate together.

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Sunday, May 31, 2020 – Virtual and Vital – A Different Kind of Flower Communion

Join Rev. Leslie Takahashi and the MDUUC worship and music team for this special celebration of this beloved ritual, conceived in times which were also difficult.

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Livestream Vespers Service - Wednesdays 6:30 p.m. PT

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News and Announcements

MDUUC Board Announces Virtual Congregational Meeting June 21st

May 19, 2020

Last week board president Steve Hirsch announced that MDUUC’s board of trustees (which includes Lead Minister Rev. Leslie Takahashi) will host the annual congregational meeting VIRTUALLY on June 21, 2020, after a ‘shorter than usual’ worship service. There will be…

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Virtual Gatherings and Info

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Community and connection is important! We are providing daily opportunities to connect and learn!  Click below to see more ways we will gather during this time.

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Special MDUUC Projects During COVID-19

Neighborhood Networks

Want to be connected with other members who are your neighbors? Click here for more information.

Face Mask Project

Interested in our cloth mask project?  Visit our Face Mask Project page

Need Local Hiking Ideas?

We've compiled several local hikes that maintain social distancing, here.

Nourish Your Spirit

We come out of the busy­ness of our lives and the world to consider the larger frame of existence, find meaning in our days, and discover that together we are more.

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Nourish Your Spirit

We come out of the busy­ness of our lives and the world to consider the larger frame of existence, find meaning in our days, and discover that together we are more.

Learn and Grow

New knowledge holds endless possibilities for everyone from toddlers to elders to grow in spirit.

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Learn and Grow

New knowledge holds endless possibilities for everyone from toddlers to elders to grow in spirit.

Connect

To live fully, we need to go beyond the virtual — to connect deeply, have real conversations, and explore the fullness of the human experience.

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Connect

To live fully, we need to go beyond the virtual — to connect deeply, have real conversations, and explore the fullness of the human experience.

Work for Justice

We offer many opportunities to put our faith in action by supporting many causes. We work with partner organizations, building strong alliances and responding to pressing human and environmental issues.

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Work for Justice

We offer many opportunities to put our faith in action by supporting many causes. We work with partner organizations, building strong alliances and responding to pressing human and environmental issues.

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Rev. Leslie's Blog

Blog Post for Friday, May 22, 2020

May 29, 2020

Dear Friends, As we go through this sheltering in place time, some weeks seem harder in the world than others.  This week has brought news of the 100000th death within the United States from Covid-19, the death of George Floyd and the threat to a Black birdwatcher in Central Park, and at the local church level, disheartening activity by scammers. So I just thought I would take a moment today to write a message to say that in the midst of all this I am buoyed by the work of this community and all the small acts of kindness that I get to bear witness to done by our members…

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PAST SERMONS

MDUUC Sunday Service--May 24, 2020 Revs Rodney Lemery and Meg Richardson "When War is Not War"

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