WHAT TO EXPECT. If you are looking for a community that values spiritual exploration, meaningful dialogue, compassionate relationships and social justice, we invite you to join us.

           Our members are aware of the risks of the COVID virus, and we have adjusted our services to reduce those risks. At least through the end of September, our fellowship will be holding services outside in the parking area at the side of the church building. Please bring a chair. Service will begin at 9 AM. Masks are not required for outdoor services, but many people wear them.

Regular services begin at 10:30 AM in the sanctuary. Gathering music begins at 10:20 AM and you may wish to come early and enjoy the music. You will be greeted in the foyer and, if you are visiting for the first time, you will be invited to sign our Guest Book. The welcome table also includes Unitarian Universalist brochures and our monthly newsletter, which are free and helpful for learning more about us. You will also receive a bulletin from one of the greeters, which includes announcements and the order of service for that day. If we begin to conduct service indoors while the pandemic is still a threat, it is likely that masks will be required.

A typical service lasts about an hour, followed by a social gathering in the foyer with coffee, tea, and tasty treats. Children begin in the worship service with their families and are invited to participate in a religious education program during the second half of the service. Please stay if you can for the social gathering. Members of our fellowship will be delighted to meet you.

Worship services during the pandemic have been challenging. On the first Sunday of each month, a video service has been made available, which includes all the traditional components of an in-person service. These are available on You Tube. We often hold outdoor meditation services on other Sundays.