Message: “What’s Your Story?” from Rev. Kikanza Nuri-Robbins

Rev. Rick Hoyt-McDaniels - March 20, 2022

How Rare, How Lovely, This Fellowship

The most important value for a religious community is the community. As a faith community, our fellowship is at the ground of all we receive for ourselves and offer to the larger world. When we begin to move other programs to the center of our shared identity, we begin to lose our unique purpose and strength. We welcome back to our pulpit the Rev. Rick Hoyt-McDaniels, who is a Unitarian Universalist minister working in the Los Angeles area. Growing up in Santa Monica, he received a Masters of Divinity from the Claremont School of Theology in 1998 and was ordained and fellowshipped with the Unitarian Universalist Association later that year. During his 24 years in the ministry, he has served UU congregations in La Crescenta, Santa Clarita, Los Angeles, and Long Beach. Currently, he serves the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Kern County in Bakersfield, CA. He lives with his husband in downtown Los Angeles.

From Monthly: "Renewing Faith"

We are people of “liberal faith” who place our trust in our open-minded and open-hearted approach to life and in our hope for a brighter future for humanity – with greater freedom, justice, and love for all. We renew our faith by stretching our beings through participation in community life, and by inspiration from courageous people like President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine.

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