Welcome to Unitarian Universalism

We are people of all agespeople of many backgrounds, and people of many beliefs. We are brave, curious and compassionate thinkers and doers. We create spirituality and community beyond boundaries, working for more justice and more love in our own lives and in the world. Unitarian Universalism affirms and promotes seven Principles, grounded in the humanistic teachings of the world’s religions. Our spirituality is unbounded, drawing from scripture and science, nature and philosophy, personal experience and ancient tradition as described in our six Sources. Get to know us:
  • Beliefs & Principles – our seven Principles, six Sources and common belief questions
  • Who We Are – our history, symbols, backgrounds and stories
  • Religious Practices – what Unitarian Universalists do on Sunday and every day, including holidays and rites of passage
  • Get Involved – find out how to connect with Unitarian Universalism, no matter where you are
To experience the Unitarian Universalist spiritual tradition online through the WorshipWeb collection and more, visit the Worship & Inspiration section.
The Hearth is back and partnering with Nourish UU Dinner Church to bring you reflection, connection, and community while we eat together over Zoom. Come sit by The Hearth and share your heart. In this space for Black, Indigenous, and Persons of Color (including Mixed/Multiracial or Transracially adopted folx), we will share, support, and learn together as we journey towards spiritual wholeness.
Register HERE
Bisbee Pride Returns June 18th-20th
See more information HERE
PFLAG could use help with tabling on Saturday. Contact PFLAG at
UUJAZ website and calendar of events HERE
Book GroUUp Returns for Summer and Fall of 2021
As our current session of Book GroUUp comes to a close, we have begun to prep for a new season of reading and learning together. To reflect the interests of our Book GroUUp attendees, wanted to involve you all in the process of choosing our reading list for this Summer and Fall.
Our team at UUJAZ has compiled some of our favorite books about justice, organizing, anti-racism, climate plans, abolition, and all the many ways we can build the world we want to live in. Vote on our nominated books HERE Submit your survey responses by May 31st for consideration in the book selection. We hope to see you in Book GroUUp this summer!

New Things To Do at Sky Island UU

On-site Service for Sunday June 20
Celebrate Pride month with a service that centers the experience, words, and performance of LGBTQIA+ people. We will meet in person at 10:30, sharing this collaboration of the BAJA 4.
We will continue to have a new BAJA 4 worship on our Youtube channel, sky island UUC, We will continue to Zoom our social hour at 11:30AM after the service.
Wondering Wednesdays: Next Meeting June 23 @ 6PM
Our book is A Queer History of the United States by Michael Bronski. You can find the book HERE.  For 6/23 we will cover Chapters 6-8, but you don’t have to have read them to come and participate.
Second Collection for June
Our own Emergency Assistance fund will be our second collection recipient for June. There has been an unusual need for assistance in May so the fund has pretty much hit rock bottom. Please donate by tapping the DONATE button below, drop a check off at church in Tricia’s file folder on the wall, or mail a check to the address at the bottom of the newsletter. Every little bit helps.
Terry Z
First Friday Hikers: July 2; Miller Canyon
The July hike will be another shady one. Meet at church at 8 am or at the lower Miller Canyon Trailhead at 8:30ish. The hike up to Beatty’s orchard is a moderate in and back hike of 2.4 miles with a little over 500 feet of climb (and the option to do less). Dogs are welcome on this one.
UU Men’s Luncheon at the Landmark Cafe, Thursday July 15, at 11:30 AM.  Please RSVP to Pat Aronna.
Caring Corner
If you have a joy you’d like to share or a sorrow you’d like people to hear, please send an email to skyislandchurch@gmail.com

Local & Regional Activities

June 17 from UUA President Rev. Dr. Susan Frederick-Gray
General Assembly is the annual gathering of Unitarian Universalists, where we conduct business of the Association, explore the theological underpinnings of our faith, and lean fully into our mission and principles. That remains true even when we cannot gather physically. Last year, GA had more than 4,900 registered attendees participate from remote locations around the world. Although we give up the face-to-face interaction and hugs that are prevalent when we meet in-person, we retain our dedication to community and make our experience more accessible and more environmentally sustainable.
Registration for virtual GA 2021 is $200 per person. Financial support for registration as well as a payment plan are available. General Assembly registrants receive access to the 2021 Online Participation Portal, including live, semi-live, and on-demand video content, the virtual exhibit hall, chat features, support, and a (new!) GA mobile app.  Register at uua.org/ga

Pacific Western Region News

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Recurring ZOOM Links

For all Zoom meetings, if you need to call in by phone, you can call 1-253-215-8782.  The meeting ID is the last 11 digits of the corresponding link.
Wednesday 10AM meditations and phone in information is:  HERE
or copy and paste:  https://zoom.us/j/97417456265 phone: 669 900 9128     #97417456265
*Wondering Wednesday Zoom Meetings:  6:00 to 7:30 pm
Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 998 9226 5318 One tap mobile +13462487799,,99892265318#
*Sunday Social Hour at 11:30AM is:
or copy and paste: https://zoom.us/j/97380861311
phone: 669 900 9128   #97380861311
*Garden Forum Tuesdays at 7PM:
Join Tuesday Zoom Meeting:
 https://zoom.us/j/94884266239  Meeting ID: 948 8426 6239
One tap mobile +12532158782,,94884266239# US