What does it mean to be a people of MEMORY? Join us in November as we explore.
Sustaining and nurturing the interdependent web of life. Walk our labyrinth in any season, refresh your spirit.
Living our commitment to social and environmental justice: Advocating for women's health is one way we act.
Sharing the rich experiences of our vibrant community with music throughout the year.
Ensuring our mission and vision transcends generations through humanistic teachings and theological diversity.
Justice, love and compassion
In one of the many ways we live our social values, this congregation has taken on the timely and powerful work of racial justice and equality.
Lifelong faith development
A pluralistic community of Christians, Buddhists, Jews, humanists, atheists, pagans, seekers, and more - find how reason and spirituality can be happy companions on your journey to live and grow your faith as a UU.
Integrating church with life
Unitarian Universalism affirms seven core principles and six sources grounded in teachings of the world's religions and humanism that embrace a congregation's theological diversity rather than a single creed.
Upcoming Sunday Sermon Topic
Remembering Life’s Gifts and Grace
Sunday, November 18, 2018 @ 9:30am & 11:15am
By Reverend Tom Capo
We will have a blessing of bread during the service.
9:30am in the Learning Center: Science Sunday will finish the discussion of vision and color which was begun last time. Then, we will explore what we can plausibly predict about characteristics of alien (i.e. extraterrestrial) life, especially any prospective intelligent life elsewhere in the universe.
Religious Education classes meet at 9:30am & 11:15am