Upcoming Services

All services are held on Sundays at 11:00 am unless otherwise noted.

April 16 – “In the Garden” by Rev. Dr. Joshua Snyder

Our Easter Celebration is an intergenerational retelling of the passion story. We will pick up where we left off from last year’s story and continue to hear about Jesus’ final days. Rev. Josh will provide a reflection to follow. Don’t forget to stay for the annual Easter Egg hunt and potluck!

April 23 – “Sonidos y Silencios” by Jaime Ramirez

Music and language are both necessary for communication. Both connect us to each other and say something about how we see the world. While music and language can both portray beautiful things, they can also be markers by which we are judged by others. How do the two interact, and what can we learn from them?

First UU Church of San Antonio is proud to offer our first all-Spanish language service during Fiesta! The sermon will be in Spanish with English transcripts offered at the conclusion of the worship. Other Spanish speaking members will also be participating. This is a great opportunity to introduce Unitarian Universalism to someone you know who may have been unable to participate because of the language barrier. Por favor únete a nosotros!

April 30 – “Earth Day Service” by Rev. Dr. Joshua Snyder

This service, conducted in partnership with the Green Team, will raise awareness for the need to take care of our planet. The Earth is often something we take for granted, yet we need to practice gratitude for it.

May 7 – “Optimists See the World Half Empty” by Rev. Dr. Joshua Snyder

May 14 – “YRE Sunday” presented by the First UU Youth

Children and youth from each religious education class will make a presentation illustrating what they have been learning in religious education this year. This is a great time to get a glimpse of our children and their religious education experience. We will also honor the recipient of the Wade Richmond Scholarship!

May 21 – “Call & Response” by Rev. Dr. Joshua Snyder

May 28 – “Question Box Sermon” by Rev. Dr. Joshua Snyder