Services

WORSHIP SCHEDULE

During most of the year, our Sunday morning worship service schedule includes a 10 a.m. service for families (children and adults) and a 10:30 a.m. service for adults (while children attend religious education classes). The service and the religious education classes both end at 11:30 a.m. and are followed by a time of refreshment and fellowship.

Services not following that schedule are indicated.


The Unitarian Church of Sharon will be holding virtual services until further notice. Look for upcoming emails with the link to the virtual service in your inbox (check your junk folder if you haven’t received the email by Saturday afternoon). Contact Leslie at adminassist if you have any questions. The Sunday services will be at 10:30 a.m. unless otherwise noted.

Contact Rev Jolie Minister or Jeff Rose ITchair if you haven’t received the link by Saturday afternoon.

We suggest you arrive early to make sure you are able to connect and to use the time to have child-friendly welcoming conversations with other gathering participants .



May 17 – ‘Imagining a World Transformed by Justice’
This service, starting at 10:15, will incorporate recordings from UUSC.
It will center around the work of the UUSC for the past 80 years, which continues in many parts of the world and the United States today.
Worship Leader: Beth McGregor
Worship Coordinator: Beth Hoke

May 24 – Lest We Forget
In our lay-led service this Memorial Day, we both remember the terrible
costs of war and honor the extraordinary service it has called forth from too many Americans. Valerie Vigoda will share her father’s searing memories of World War II combat. Wilbur Edwards will honor his father’s long military service through two wars and beyond as an African-American in an initially segregated and never fully equal Army. Rory McGregor will reflect on the struggles of those called to serve in the Vietnam War. Beth McGregor, worship leader. We are welcoming members of the other Five Point Cluster congregations to join us.

May 31 – Coming of Age
The search for truth and meaning is at the center of Unitarian Universalist
practice. Since last October, eight youth from this congregation have been
questing for truth with the guidance of a mentor. As our youth share their
credos, we will celebrate their coming of age as Unitarian Universalists.



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