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.


June Theme: What Does it Mean to be a Community of Joy?

June 4 –”Looking for Joy”    Bring a Friend Sunday!

Given the Unitarian Universalist commitment to make the world a more just, equitable and compassionate one, it’s sometimes difficult to look for its joys. Bring a friend—or two—to celebrate both the struggle and the joys of life. The choir will sing their last anthem until September—you won’t want to miss it.

June 11 – “Meadow of Delight
Our annual intergenerational Flower Communion Service honors our individual gifts that we share in community, creating a vibrant, and powerful whole. Don’t forget to bring a flower to add to the bouquet!

June 18 – –”The Dependables

On this Fathers’ Day, CUF members will join Rev. Sarah in reflecting on the joys of depending on our fathers and father figures, and in being dependable ourselves.

June 25  – “Solstice Sunday

Join members of the Sunday Service Committee in welcoming summer in body, mind, and spirit. The liturgy will be drawn from Soul Matters Sharing Circle resources, including a sermon by Rev. Victoria Safford.

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.