Welcome! We are so glad you have found us. We strive to be an inclusive community, and are always learning and growing together. We acknowledge the sacred in many different ways.
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What to Expect When You Visit
Services are being held online now and usually feature:
- The lighting of the chalice, the symbol of our free faith
- Music – from Bach to the Beatles, Ragtime to Rachmaninoff
- Readings – taken from a wide range of sources
- Silent reflection, meditation, or prayer
- A sermon or homily that explores Unitarian Universalist principles
- An opportunity to share joys and concerns with the congregation
Our offices are closed now. But when we reopen, parking is available in our lot on W. Mill Avenue behind the church. On-street parking is also available on many of the surrounding streets on Sundays. Handicapped parking is in front and behind the building.
Religious Education and Faith Development
Religious Education is available for children and teens during the school year (Fall through Spring). Growing in spirituality, building vital communities of justice and love, and deepening Unitarian Universalist perspectives are lifelong endeavors. For adults, there are opportunities for Faith Development.
After Your Visit
You are welcome to participate in all church events. A number of worship groups meet after Sunday services or during the week, and they are open to everyone. We also have social justice and community groups and activities that welcome new participants. There are easy volunteer opportunities where you can meet people. Learn more about Unitarian Universalism and our work in the community by joining in.
Becoming a Church Member
Once you have explored our church, we welcome you to make a formal commitment to this faith and this community by signing our membership book. This book, stored in a glass-topped box at the side of the sanctuary, contains the names of all who have joined since the church was founded in 1946.
When you are ready to become a member, please approach a minister or the Membership Committee. They will help you sign the membership book and fill out a yellow card for our records.