Visiting Us On Sunday Morning

Sunday Services – 10:30 a.m.

We hope you will check us out.  Sunday morning worship is one moment in the week when we gather together as a Beloved Community.  It is often a transformative moment, reminding us of our connections to each other and to all of life.  Ours is a diverse community.  We come together holding a variety of beliefs.  And yet, the worship service provides a focal point and regular inspiration for our lives.

When you arrive on Sunday, someone will be in the foyer to greet you, answer your questions, and help you find your way around.  After service there are often activities, meetings and social gatherings. Coffee Hour occurs just after service and gives us a time to meet and greet each other, ask questions and enter into discussion.  We hope you will stay to visit with us.

  • Click here for a description of what happens in our Sunday service.
  • Click here for upcoming service topics

Children & Youth

Children are always welcome in our church and in our children’s programs.  Children usually join the adults at the beginning of the service.  After gathering for a story or song related to the theme of the day’s service, they move to their own programs (click here for more information).  Children’s programs go to 11:45 so that parents may have a few minutes with other adults in coffee hour.

Baby care by caring adults and young adult assistants takes place in our nursery with a program of play, story and song.  Parents are also welcome to sit in our foyer with a restless child where the service may be heard through speakers located there.

After the Service

Each Sunday after service, join us in the foyer for a refreshment and conversation.  If you are a visitor, we encourage you to use a green mug so congregants may welcome you and answer any questions you might have.

On the third Sunday of each month, a Visitors Social is held after the service from 12 – 1 PM.  This is an informal gathering where you can meet congregants and other visitors, share your story, and ask questions about Unitarian Universalism or our congregation.

How to Get Here

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