Sunday worship is the heart our congregational life. It is the sacred time we set aside in the midst of our lives to nourish our spiritual center, celebrate life’s joys, share life’s sorrows, and be inspired to put our faith into action. All are welcome.
Our community gathers each Sunday at 10:30 a.m. for worship. As Unitarian Universalists, we believe that sacred truths can be found in many different sources. Our worship includes words and music from both ancient and contemporary sources, from sacred scriptures of the world’s many religious traditions, as well as from poetry, literature, and current events.
Worship is typically led by our ministers: Rev. Nathan W. Detering, Rev. Joanna Lubkin, and our Ministerial Intern. Other services are led by lay members of the congregation. We do this because our tradition says all of us are religious beings who can make contributions to our shared worship life.
Summer services begin on the third Sunday in June and continue through the Labor Day. These services are more informal, intimate gatherings led by lay members of the congregation. All are welcome and child care is provided.