What to Expect at our Sunday Services
Sunday services are held at 9:30 am followed by an informal coffee hour. Dress as you wish, we run the gamut from “Sunday Best” to casual.
Our Sunday worship draws on diversity of belief, theology and the Living Tradition of Unitarian Universalism. You may recognize the order of service but be surprised as well. A sermon, choir and congregational singing are featured, plus a variety of traditional and contemporary readings. We light our chalice flame, which may be explained as a symbol of “the light of truth found in the cup of life.” The children begin the morning with us so we have a Time for All Ages—usually a story. Afterwards our children go to their Religious Education classes with their leaders. You may light a silent or spoken candle of joy or sorrow at an appropriate time. The service is crafted by the Minister and Music Director with input from the Director of Religious Education. Once per month we invite a lay person or guest to lead the service. The Worship Associates and several others make help make our services For a schedule of upcoming monthly services Sunday click here.
Children are welcomed joyfully. The Religious Education Program for children from Preschool through grade six runs concurrently with the service. The beautiful Religious Education space is on the lower level of the building. Visiting children are invited to attend the program or may remain with their parents for the service. Children begin the service upstairs with their parents. After the “Story for All Ages” the children head downstairs to their classrooms. Visiting children may stay with their parents, or take part in RE classes independently!
Nursery care is available for children under four years of age each Sunday in the nursery room on the lower level with our care provider Wendy and another adult helper.
Adult Education programs are often scheduled on Sundays at 11:00 am. Please see our events page for up to date info on these opportunities.
Hearing Impaired and Handicap Accessible
We offer the “Hearing Assist” system for the hearing impaired and have an elevator for those unable to use stairs.
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Parking and Directions
Limited parking is available at the front of the building, and we ask of those who are able to walk greater distances to please use the large lot behind the building. The rear lot can be reached via Morgan Drive, the street to the side of the building. The front entrance is handicapped-accessible to the sanctuary.