We gather together to worship the spirit of life and love, known by many names, which calls us to lives of openness, integrity, compassion, and justice. Our worship services are celebrations, a time and a place where all who seek wholeness are welcome. If you come to a service, you can expect:
Music – we sing songs together, and each Sunday we have a special musician who plays or sings for us. We have a great variety of musicians who perform and enliven our spirits.
Celebrating Community – church members and friends share the major events of their lives: births and deaths, milestones, hopes and hurts. This reminds us of the importance of community and draws us together.
Story for All Ages – The children stay with us for the first 20 minutes of the service, which includes a story or activity. After this, they head off to their religious education classes. If your children do not separate well, they are welcome to stay with you in the service, or you to accompany them to their classes.
Sermon – Our minister, or a guest speaker, shares the good news of Unitarian Universalism and how it effects our lives. You can read or hear some of the sermons by clicking on the links on the left.
Truth is, the format of our services is a lot like most mainline Protestant churches. It’s the content that’s so different! Dress at our church is casual – come as you are. After the service, we serve coffee and snacks.
Coming to a worship service is the best way to find out about us. If you are a newcomer, check in at the welcome table; you’ll be given a nametag. At our church, you will be warmly greeted before and after the service, but you will not be singled out or forced to introduce yourself. We hope to see you soon!