Sunday Worship is a time and place where people of every age are vital to the congregation’s well-being, and sense of community. Spiritual nourishment, community building, intellectual challenge, inspiration, continuity with the Unitarian Universalist Faith, multigenerational connections, and expression of the living tradition of Unitarian Universalism are all possible. Our Sunday Services begin at 10:00 A.M. from September to June. During the summer, services begin at 9:30 A.M.
The Worship Committee includes five sub-committees which plan services organized around the following themes:
I. Social Justice
II. Small Group Ministry
III. Spiritual Journeys/Healing
IV. Principles/Faith Traditions
V. Fifth Sunday
The goal of our Worship Committee is to provide services that balance tradition and innovation appealing to all ages, and to foster a deepening sense of belonging and commitment. In this way worship manifests as a living, vibrant expression of Unitarian Universalism faith, which honors both our unity and diversity.