Sunday Services


Our Sunday Services and Religious Education are at 10:30 a.m.

They are open to all.  Infant and toddler care are available.


December Theme: What Does it Mean to be a People of Hope?

December 3 – “Suffering and Hope”
What keeps your hopes up these days? What keeps your hopes up for future generations? Inspired by the poem, “What is Hope?” by Rubem Alves, Rev. Sarah will reflect on the relationship of suffering, hope, and cynicism. Special treat: Our High School Youth will present the Time for All Ages!

December 10- “All the Holy Days”
With Hanukkah, Yule, Christmas, and Kwanzaa celebrations coming in close succession, this month, we Unitarian Universalists can feel both overwhelmed and left out. Rev. Sarah will explore messages and meanings of hope in the Jewish, Pagan, Christian, and African American cultural holidays.

December 17 – Children’s Holiday Service
This service is truly a time for all ages: our children will share what they’ve learned from their Religious Education classes with the rest of the congregation. It’s the annual opportunity for adults draw hope from the insights and experience of our youngest UUs.

December 24 (6pm) – “Christmas Eve
We celebrate Christmas with candlelight, carols, and story at this special family-friendly evening service. There will be room in the inn for all!

Please Note: There will be no morning Sunday Service on December 24 (6pm only).

December 31 – “The Fire Ceremony”
In this lay-led service, the Fellowship will once again bid farewell to the old year and welcome the new year with the fire ceremony.  We’ll burn our outdated habits and thoughts and enter into a new year full of promise.

Come join us this Sunday at 10:30 a.m.!

Miss a Sermon?  Find the full text/audio HERE

Services start at 10:30 am and last 75 minutes, during the Summer they last 60 minutes mid-June – August.