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Unitarian Universalist Church of Livermore

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Virtual Calendar

We can’t meet in person, so we’ve adapted. We’re still holding our regular services (and more) online using the Zoom application. Learn more. 

Nothing from Saturday June 6, 2020 to Sunday June 7, 2020.

Recent Sermons

Eleanor Kilpatrick - May 31, 2020

The Nature of Beauty: What the Flower Communion Can Teach Us Today

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Rev. Eleanor Kilpatrick

Our Minister

Rev. Ellie Kilpatrick began her settled ministry with UUCiL on August 1st, 2019. Originally born and raised in New York City to an interfaith family, she found her way to Unitarian Universalism in 2010. She has a B.A. in religion and history from Oberlin College and a Master of Divinity from Yale Divinity School.  After graduating from YDS, she moved to Rochester, NY for her official UUA internship in 2012-13. She moved to the South Bay Area in 2013 with her husband, Mick, where they have lived for the last six years.

Latest News

Gather for Another Round of UUCiL Circle Suppers

*Update* The deadline for circle supper signups has passed. If you are interested in participating in the future, new groups will be set up this coming summer. Looking for a way to get to know church members better? Sign up for the Winter session of UUCiL Circle...

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New Settled Minister

We are thrilled to announce that we have successfully called Rev. Eleanor Kilpatrick to be our next settled minister!  The Ministerial Search Committee wants to thank each and every member of UUCiL for their commitment to this process, for the amazing participation in...

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Our Sunday Services are an interfaith mix of traditional observances and newer practices.

Faith in Action

Making our world a more just and compassionate place is at the heart of our faith. 


Church sponsored activities happen throughout the year. Newcomers are always welcome. 


Our Sunday Services are an interfaith mix of traditional observances and newer practices.