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Find Your Place with Us
A Wide Range of Initiatives
Join our 9:30 a.m. Sunday Services to discover how the work of Starr King UU Fellowship affects the community and the world at large. Services follow a traditional Unitarian Universalist structure. Religious Education for children is held simultaneously. There is a “family corner” with children’s toys for children who would like to stay in the Service with their parents. Nursery care is also provided.
Faith Development Programs
These small, relational groups made up of six to ten people and led by facilitators meet monthly to establish and nurture themselves in this community. They explore and engage monthly religious service themes in more depth, and reconnect with their deepest selves, life’s gifts, and needs greater than their own.
Religious Education for Children
Guided by our Unitarian Universalist Principles, the mission of our program is to:
Provide a safe, accepting, supportive Fellowship community.
Teach our children and youth about Unitarian Universalism and world religions, encouraging them to develop a personal spirituality.
Teach our children to listen to one another and practice what they learn, by caring for each other, our community, and our planet.
Foster the compassion and confidence that allows our children and youth to use their unique gifts to make a positive change in the world.