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On Sunday mornings, and occasionally at other times, we come together in community to gain insight and inspiration to help us change the world for good and be the best persons we can be. During the school year, our Sunday morning worship services begin at 9:30 AM and 11:00 AM. We offer a full program of Religious Exploration for preschoolers through high school youth during the 11:00 AM service. In summer—usually from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend—we have one Sunday morning service, at 10:00 AM, with infant care provided and informal programs for children and youth.




Sunday, April 29   Two services, 9:30 and 11:00 AM

“Are You a Religious Naturalist and Don’t Know It?” with Elizabeth Sollie

Many Unitarian Universalists are Religious Naturalists, but not many of us are familiar with that term. Join us to explore what this theology offers us in the times we are living in.




Sunday, May 6   Two services, 9:30 and 11:00 AM

“Kiss the Joy As It Flies” with Rev. Jill McAllister

We can get so overwhelmed and tired, so sad and angry and fearful, that it’s easy to miss the presence of joy in our lives. Can faithful living help?


Sunday, May 13   Two services, 9:30 and 11:00 AM

“On The Rising Tide” with Rev. Jill McAllister

Let’s look together at how movements for change are lifting us all – from #MeToo, to the Poor People’s Campaign, student organizing for gun reform, and Black Lives UU. With other UU congregations, we’ll take a special collection today for Black Lives UU, aiming for $10 per person. Please join us!


Sunday, May 20   Two services, 9:30 and 11:00 AM

“You Can’t Fix Stupid, but You Can Distract It” with Elizabeth Sollie, Intern Minister

Is it time to step out of the story we are living in and inhabit a new one? We’ll look at some stories about how people decided to change the premise and how we can too.


Sunday, May 27   Two services, 9:30 and 11:00 AM

“The Measure of Our Words and Deeds” with Rev. Jill McAllister

On this Memorial Day Weekend, once again we remember and honor those who have died this year. We remember that living means dying, and learning to carry our losses, and helping each other with the inevitability of loss.


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OUR MISSION… Explore. Love. Act. We gather as an inclusive religious community to search for meaning, build deep connections, and inspire action toward a better world for all.