Speaker: Mckenzie Scott

Mckenzie Scott (she/they) is a graduate of USC, teacher in somatic practices (like yoga and embodied mindfulness) and a leader within the Columbia Resilience community. She can be found on Sundays usually hanging out with the youth as the REassist at the UUCC. Mckenzie has taken two training intensives from IIRP (International Institute for Restorative Practices) on facilitating Restore Circles in the restorative justice format. Plans are being made to gain more experience with facilitating circles through indigenous knowledge and social work.

Warm Yourself Around the Fire

This will be an inter-generational holiday program.


December 12, 2021

Please take your seats and silently center yourselves for worship.


ANNOUNCEMENTS Marc Drews, Worship Leader

PRELUDE Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer

                  arr. Tom Gerou (Sadie, pianist)
This Little Light … read more.

Transformative Justice

What does a paradigm shift towards Transformation Justice mean in our world and in your personal life? Come dive into this question and explore the radical ways that TJ reimagines shame with us.


This will be our annual Bridging Ceremony for Graduating Seniors. Everyone is encouraged to attend and support our seniors as we commemorate this important turning point in their lives.

A Winter Celebration

That most wonderful time of year is upon us and we are making plans for a very special “Winter Celebration” during our regular service time. CYRE has been working hard to assemble a good program that will address the season from various perspectives: Pagan, Jewish, … read more.

Youth Bridging Ceremony

Come celebrate this day with songs, ritual, and honoring as our youth graduate and grow into new chapters of their lives. There will be a brief time for sharing communal advice and blessings.

Flower Communion

Celebrate beauty, diversity, sustainability and universal connection this Sunday with song and multi-generational collaboration. Please bring a flower or greenery from your yard or neighborhood to be passed around and chosen by another fellow congregant.