Our congregation meets every Sunday at 11:00 a.m.
Life in Unitarian Universalist congregations lies at the heart of our faith. One important part of our congregational life is Sunday worship. Because Unitarian Universalism welcomes and celebrates diversity, our worship services can be a little different from many other church services.
At our Sunday Service, you can expect (although not necessarily in this order):
- Lighting a flaming chalice, the symbol of our faith
- Reciting the convenant
- Sharing of joys and concerns
- A sermon given by a minister or lay leader
- Music, both instrumental and vocal
Sometimes we forego a traditional sermon to enjoy other ways of celebrating life and love. We have been known to enjoy music, stories from local storytellers or even a congregational drum circle. Whatever we do, it is with the spirit of joy and love and there are always many smiles and much laughter.
Wednesday Interfaith Contemplative Service
Join us in quiet contemplation Wednesday evening at 6. Each service consists of a short music meditation followed by a longer silent meditation, both of which are interspersed with readings from various faith traditions. The service lasts approximately 45 minutes and you are welcome to stay for tea and conversation after.
We have discussion time every Sunday at 9:45 a.m.
There is a breakfast available - and lots of good conversation - before the discussion, starting at 9:00 a.m.
The Sunday Forum is an informal gathering to discuss a proposed topic. The topic is chosen by the volunteer leading the discussion and can be on any subject. We often discuss science, the environment, local topics, religion, culture, human behavior… just about anything that sounds interesting. We encourage you to join us. We always have fun and it is a great way to meet members of our congregation and learn what being a UU is all about.