Sunday Service at 10:15 a.m. Every Sunday of the Year
Our worship is a celebration of life and an affirmation of the core spiritual values that makes life deeply meaningful. Every service is unique, but they do have a common structure. The service commonly includes a chalice lighting, covenant, a time for people to share their joys and concerns, a story time for children, and a variety of other worship modes. The music is lively with piano, instrumentlists, adult choir, and children’s choir. The congregational songs and hymns are actually fun and singable. The sermons, presented by the minister and by lay members, are thought provoking and deal with real life issues. A social coffee hour follows each service.
Sunday Evening Service at 7:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. September through June
Our evening service is a smaller gathering than the morning service, averaging 10-15 participants. Readings and a sermon are presented followed by a time of contemplative sharing by those attending. This thoughtful time adds to the service and the learning of the congregation gathered. Consider for example that if 12 people are gathered with the average age being 50, 600 years of life experience inform the thoughts and sharing.
While we take our faith seriously, we tend to be a fairly relaxed group, especially where dress is concerned. Wear whatever makes you comfortable, and know that you and your children don’t have to get dressed up to join us on Sunday.
Certain kinds of services occur each church year either as distinct services or as part of a service: In Gathering Sunday, Flower Communion, Christmas Eve, Spring and Fall Equinox services.
Read the transcripts from past services or listen to a podcast of the sermon.
Unitarian Universalist Principles
Unitarian Universalism is a non-dogmatic, non-creedal faith, but we do hold in common a set of unifying principles.