Sin Eaters

Let’s revisit substitutionary atonement. You can’t say enough about this subject. And then let’s think about whom we belong to.


We are always delighted to welcome guests! If this is your first time visiting a Unitarian Universalist church or our congregation, here’s some idea of what to expect.

Order of Service

  • Prelude: Preludio al Vento by Yiruma, Linli Wang, Piano
  • Ring Tibetan Bowl
  • Opening Hymn: STJ #1017, Building a New Way
  • Welcome
  • Chalice Lighting
  • Wisdom Tale: Free at Last: A Juneteenth Poem, Sojourner Kincaid Rolle (Author), Alex Bostic (Illustrator), Union Square Kids (publisher), Tanya Webster (reader)
  • Sing the Children to their Classroom
  • Call to Worship: Eleanor Roosevelt
  • Hymn: #113, Where is Our Holy Church?
  • Land Acknowledgment
  • Wisdom Reading: A. Powell Davies
  • Prayer, Candles of Joys, Sorrows & Gratitude
  • Sung Prayer: Rev. Rebecca Parker
  • Sermon: “Sin Eaters” Rev. Elizabeth Sollie
  • Hymn: #153, Oh, I Woke Up This Morning
  • Offertory
  • Shared Singing: Hymn #402, From You I Receive
  • Announcements
  • Hymn: #401, Kum ba Yah
  • Benediction: A. Powell Davies
  • Extinguishing the Chalice
  • Invitation and Final Wave
  • Postlude: Postlude No. 6 by William Wolstenhome, Linli Wang, Piano