We believe that diversity of religious expression enriches us all. Here you will find a variety of traditions and expressions, including: liberal Christians, Jews, humanists, atheists, agnostics, pagans, Buddhists and others discussing our beliefs and learning from each other.
We do not have one set of beliefs that everyone must share in order to join. We are not guided by a creed or dogma, but by a quest for truth and meaning. We are a caring, open minded religion that encourages you to seek your own spiritual path, wherever it may lead.
We are a welcoming congregation; we promote equal opportunities for all people and advocate the rights and acceptance of each individual.
We nurture community by offering programs, activities and worship services that enhance the values we hold in common, and honor the differences among us. We accept, encourage and challenge one another on our spiritual and personal journeys.
A Welcoming Congregation...
As a Welcoming Congregation, we actively welcome gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people as full participants in the life of the church. We are committed to standing on the side of love in our congregational life and our advocacy in the larger community.
Sunday Services - 11:00 a.m. (click sermon title for the description)
April 14 - What is Prayer for You?
Rev. Amy Russell and Trudy KrisherIn Anne Lamott's book, Help, Thanks, Wow: The Three Essential Prayers, she talks about the simplicity of these human prayers that she inserts into her daily activities. As UU's when we pray, we each may have a different view of the purpose of prayer. Is it asking for something and to whom? Is it making intentional our own deep longings? Is it sending out into the universe a sacred cry for being heard? In this participatory service, you'll be asked to write your own prayer if you wish.
April 28 - Music Sunday
Inter-generationalIn this music fest, people of all ages will share songs that bring community together and boost our spirits. Come join in the singing!
May 5 - Walking the Path Together: Becoming UU
Rev. Amy RussellOver three Sundays, Rev. Amy Russell, will share her spiritual journey that has led her from a Buddhist community to becoming a Unitarian Universalist and later becoming a minister. The rest of her story will be shared May 19 and June 16.
May 12 - Human Trafficking
London CoeLondon Coe, the proprietor of the store Peace on Fifth, will share with us the reality of human slavery still extant in our nation. Ms. Coe has created a foundation that benefits the work toward ending human trafficking.
May 19 - Walking the Path Together: Shared Ministry
Rev. Amy RussellRev. Amy Russell continues to share the story of her journey of entering the ministry and why ministry to her is always shared.
May 26 - As I Walk Through The Valley
Joel AraujoHaving faith is easy when you're doing well. There's nothing to challenge it, no need to review it. However, faith is usually tested during times of crisis. While UUism offers the theological freedom to change one's beliefs, that freedom comes at a price. Join Joel Araujo as he explores the events that test our faith, and what a UU response could look like.