For first-time visitors, discovering our congregation often begins on Sunday mornings. Sunday services are a great way to get to know us better. We currently offer one service at 10:00 a.m., which we stream live here and on our YouTube channel. Services typically last about one hour and include readings, congregational songs, instrumental and vocal music, meditations, an offering and a sermon by one of our ministers or a guest speaker. Information about this and other programming is available in our Currents newsletter.
Our services focus on a wide variety of religious, philosophical, personal and social issues. We honor the wisdom of the world’s religious traditions and often include readings from the sacred texts of one or more of these traditions in a service.
As you enter the building, we hope you will stop by our visitor table and meet one of our greeters who will show you where to go for the service or children’s religious education classes. For children of members and visitors, we offer religious education classes during the regular school year for 3-year-olds through high school. We also provide a nursery for children up to age 3 during all services.
Following Sunday morning services, we invite visitors to join us for coffee or tea in Freeman Hall. Just to your left as you enter, you will find another visitor table with more information about Unitarian Universalism and this congregation. Our greeters will also be available there to answer your questions. Please stop by the adult programming table to learn more about upcoming events and classes. We also have regularly scheduled get-acquainted events for visitors and newcomers.
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