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Our Covenant

Holding this community dear and inspired by our common principles, we covenant to:

Respect and trust each other. Accept our differences and shortcomings. Practice patience, compassion and empathy. Listen deeply; speak truthfully. Be honest and authentic. Support the congregation with our presence, participation and financial gifts. Celebrate our life together.


Worship services are held every Sunday at 9am and 11am at 2201 Lawton Avenue, San Luis Obispo. Children's Religious Education classes are held at 11am. The Nursery will be available during the 9am service. STARTING JUNE 5th we change to our summer worship schedule with Worship and RE at 11am (No 9am service). Our two service schedule resumes on August 14th.

Black Lives Matter – Ongoing Conversation

As we continue our ongoing conversation and action around the Black Lives Matter movement, we want to keep you updated on current developments. For the latest news, visit our BLM page (Groups / Social Responsibility Circle / Black Lives Matter).

Our Mission

To deepen connections by: Nurturing spiritual growth, Practicing justice, and Inspiring joy

What’s Happening

Upcoming Sunday Services


Summer Worship Schedule starts Sunday, June 5th with Service and RE at 11am only (no 9am service)

May 8, 2016 – Source Code – If we could only figure out what Jesus really said or what the framers of the Constitution really meant or what the Buddha really did…if we could only return to the pure beginnings. – Rev. Rod Richards

May 15, 2016 – Speaking in Tongues – With each new member, we have an opportunity to expand our capacity and understanding as a congregation. Each individual in the congregation speaks from their own experience and reflection. Rev. Rod Richards

May 22, 2016 – Flower Ceremony – Rev. Rod Richards and Janise Rennie

May 29, 2016 – If Memory Serves – We are encouraged to remember the past (so that we are not doomed to repeat it). On the other hand, we are warned against “living in the past.” While novelist William Faulkner wrote: “The past is never dead. It is not even past.” What is our relationship with memory? How does it serve us? Rev. Rod Richards

Upcoming Community Events

Service Auction Begins!Time: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm