Our newly landscaped campus connects Cottage offices and classrooms to our historic Sanctuary.
UUCCSM friends and families proudly marching in the 2013 L.A. Pride Parade.
Members of YRUU and fUUsion joined 3,000 other UUs at the 2012 General Assembly in Arizona.
Planters representing the UU flaming chalice flank the front entryway to the restored Cottage.
Religious Education families picked up trash on the beach in Santa Monica with Heal The Bay.
UUCCSM's Faith In Action/Peace and Social Justice Committee stands up for anti-war efforts.
John Fels and Ron Crane, legally married at UUCCSM, were honored at the 2012 Pride Parade.
UU ministers from all over the country joined us to celebrate the Rev. Rebecca Benefiel Bijur's installation.

SERVICES AT 9 & 11 A.M. 
(Summer services, starting June 21: one service only at 10 a.m.)
CHILDCARE & RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CLASSES AT 9 & 11 A.M.
SOCIAL HOUR AT 10 A.M. & 12:00 P.M.

Sunday Services

Jul 5
- "Sparking Our Creative Spirit" - Nica Eaton-Guinn
Jul 12
- "Choosing a Future for Unitarian Universalism in the 21st Century" - Rev Dr. Ken Brown
Jul 19
- "Creating Our Own Theology" - Nica Eaton-Guinn
Jul 26
- "Poetry Service" - Rima Snyder & Friends

What's New @ UUSM.org?

P&SJ Second Sunday Cinema: "Faces of the Enemy" (Peace & Social Justice News) On July 12, after 2nd Sunday Supper, P&SJ is presenting 2nd ... Read More
Campaign to Raise Funds for Student Inmates (Peace & Social Justice News) On Sunday, July 5, the Peace and Social Justice Committee is renewing the campaign... Read More
Heart to Heart Circles (formerly Small Group Ministry) (Page) Heart to Heart Circles meet February through December. There's always an open seat... Read More
Annual Reports on Programs (Page) The reports in this section require Adobe Acrobat or Acrobat Reader. Annual Report on... Read More
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From Our Minister

From our Minister

Welcome. Whether you're brand new to our church or have been around a while but feel there's still a lot more to discover, this is the place to start. Visitors are always welcome at UUCCSM services, and we'd love to meet you in person any time you'd like to attend.

— Rev. Rebecca Benefiel Bijur