On Sundays we gather for worship services that stimulate our minds and touch our hearts. Unitarian Universalists hold many different beliefs and come from a variety of walks of life, but on Sunday, we share sacred space and time and reflect together upon the depth dimensions of life. Our worship services offer insight, beauty, and comfort, but they also help us dig deeper into what we believe and emerge with energy to live our UU values all week long.
Our services typically last 60-75 minutes. They include instrumental music and singing, a time for meditation or prayer and a sermon or reflection. We share joys and concerns, and light candles. An offering is taken to support the church and a community organization as well. Our children join us for the beginning of most worship services before going to Religious Education classes.
At the social hour held in our Community Room following our worship services many of the active groups and programs of our church display information to inform the church of events, opportunities for volunteership or learning.
Opportunities for worship in smaller groups are available at other times and settings. Some of those opportunities include UUnity Circles, Adult Enrichment courses, Labyrinth Ministry events, and occasional evening worship services. Our children enjoy Children’s Chapel worship led by Maria O’Connor, our Director of Religious Education, approximately once a month.