Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays
Noon to 2:00 PM
Our Next Board Meeting
Thursday, TBA at 6:30pm
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WHO WE ARE
A small yet growing congregation, our fellowship is home to thought-provoking, inspiring sermons; engaging conversation; and warm community.
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.
SUNDAY SERVICES 10:30 AM
May 24: Dave Chapman
“Lessons From Our Hindu Friends”
Summary: Hinduism is very possibly the oldest religion currently actively practiced by humankind. Where did it come from? What does this noble faith have to teach us? Can people who consider themselves to be atheist or agnostic, or possibly followers of another faith tradition, find something of value and hope in the teachings of the our Hindu friends?
May 31: Julie Newhall
What do you think of when you hear the word SOUL? Do you think you might have one (or some)? How is it with your Soul?
June 7: Julie Newhall
"Soul Matters II"
Have ever heard your Soul calling to you? Have you answered that call? Where has your answer taken you? How is it with your Soul now?
June 28: “You’ve Got to be Kidding! You Are Kidding, Aren’t You?”
Our inability to find common ground amongst the extreme differences in viewpoints across our country’s political, racial, sexual, economic and religious spectrums is sometimes pretty frightening. What can we do, as Unitarian Universalists, to open the nearly closed doors of communication, listen well to our opponents points of view and, hopefully, get them to give serious consideration to our thoughts? Dave endeavors to share some ideas that may help us learn to work with those people whose attitudes and policies are far different from our own and maybe even learn to work with them.
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.
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.
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.
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