A small yet growing congregation, we offer services at 10:30 am every Sunday.
Our fellowship is home to thought-provoking, inspiring sermons; engaging conversation; and warm community.
Religious education classes are available for preschool through senior high levels and child care is provided for the youngest. After services we have an informal coffee hour where visitors, members, and friends can continue the discussions sparked by the sermon or just get to know each other and catch up on the week’s events.
We belong to the Unitarian Universalist Association, which represents the interests of more than one thousand Unitarian Universalist congregations world-wide.
Please join us!
If you would like to find out more about our nurturing community, we invite you to attend our Sunday services (see Directions).
We are a Welcoming Congregation. To learn more about this program and our efforts to become more welcoming and inclusive of people with marginalized sexual orientations and gender identities, click HERE.
Are you interested in learning more about Unitarian Universalism? Watch the video below, “Voices of a Liberal Faith”, or the video "The Flaming Chalice and the Unitarian Universalist Church", or visit the Unitarian Universalist Association website.
Film Night- Friday, April 17th at 6pm
Walkabout (Roeg, 1971): At first glimpse, this is not necessarily a film about religion. But it is actually intensely and academically religious in the way it juxtaposes various rites of Western and Aboriginal passage. Movie starts at 6pm promptly so we can have time to talk about the walkabout! please rsvp to email@example.com
EARTH DAY! Sunday, April 19th
Come join us after 10:30 service, change into your garden clothes and give the natural beauty on our site a Spring kickstart to grow, while enjoying work in community.
SUNDAY SERVICES - 10:30 AM
April 19: Rev. Julie Newhall
"For the Beauty of the Earth"
Summary: For indigenous peoples and ancient worshipers, the earth and heavens have been revered as mother and father. How do Unitarian Universalists honor the natural world today? How do we understand our place in it? How will YOU celebrate Earth Day?
April 26: Dave Chapman
“The Circle of Life Meets the Straight Line of Hope”
Summary: Most of the world saw life as an unending circle, from birth to maturity to aging and to death. Davediscusses the impact on our lives and the impact on the world when we begin to see life as a hopeful straight line of greater self-awareness and an ongoing effort to make our lives and the lives of those around us better than it has been in our past.
Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays
Noon to 2:00 PM
Our Next Board Meeting
Thursday, April 23 at 6:30pm
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Monthly Yoga Workshops
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