Visitors, young and old, are welcome at our Sunday morning services. These 10:30 a.m. services are a time for us to grow together as a community; a time for personal reflection and meditation; and a time to think about issues that are significant in seeking peace, justice, equity and compassion in our personal lives and in our relationships with our community and the broader world.
Unitarian Universalist principles encourage free and responsible inquiry in our spiritual journey and respect, caring and tolerance in our relationships. Sunday morning talks are one source of inspiration for this “freedom of inquiry”. Sunday services are led by members of the Fellowship and the sermon or reflection may be given by a member or by a guest speaker. Guest speakers feature Unitarian ministers or other individuals or agencies that are making an outstanding contribution in thought or service to our community.
A “Coffee Hour” for fellowship and conversation follows all services. You are welcome to join us! If you have not been to a UU service before and want more information, take a look at What to Expect on Sunday Morning.
Upcoming Sunday Services
How does the life of Henry David Thoreau connect us with the dark time before Winter Solstice? How can we prepare to go through the holiday season and be inspired by his vision and examples? Together we can learn some of the answers and add a few of our own. Speaker: Rev. Linda GoonewardeneDecember 15 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
The Winter Solstice is a magical and mysterious time. The long, darkening days reach their extreme, and the distant, thin light once again finds its way into our lives. Join us on Sunday, December 22nd, for a special worship service at 4:30 p.m. We will celebrate the season in ritual, songs, mus...December 22 @ 4:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Upcoming Sunday Services can be viewed on our Events Calendar.