Summer 2022: Our service status is multiplatform. We are welcoming friends and members in the sanctuary (mask-optional) and streaming for those at home. We have begun using proper streaming equipment and the upgrade in quality is terrific!

We gather together in spiritual community because we need constant reminders of what matters most in life. In a world mixed with high notes and heartbreak, our congregations and communities call us to be our better selves. We learn to live with more wisdom, more connection, and more compassion.

Our services start at 11 a.m. (For summer, we gathered at 10:30). They are weekly reflections that weave together our own thoughts and experiences with music, beauty, poetry, and words that both comfort and challenge. Our programs for all ages inspire us, and awaken us to our capacities to make a difference in our own lives and in the world.

We are inspired not just by religious sources but by the people with whom we journey: diverse and spirited Unitarian Universalists.

Service link: click on our YouTube channel. Then click on red “live” image.

Want to check out some past services? Check out our YouTube channel, which has other church-related videos as well. All services were recorded since the COVID pandemic began, and at times have variance in audio quality.

Services other than Sunday morning
Because the minister and Worship Arts team know that people have different needs and different ways of expressing ourselves, we try to offer a variety of worship experiences throughout the year.  We have offered early morning worship, evening vespers, even a lovely labyrinth walk in the sanctuary at winter solstice.  
We have also on occasion offered worship with our neighbors of different faiths.  Even though the Jewish, Moslem, and Christian congregations do not share our exact same beliefs and practices, to worship together is to accept and extend hospitality into each other’s world if only for a few moments.  These events only happen a few times a year.  If you are interested, contact the office or the minster to find out what is happening next.