Weekly worship services are held on Sundays at 10:30 am from September (after Labor Day) – mid-June.

We currently have 30 pew sections available each Sunday for “pods” of people. Your pod can be anywhere from 1 – 5 people and will need to sit together in one pew section. You must register in advance.

Please click on the dates below to register and sign up your full pod (up to five people including yourself). In-person services are followed by a social hour, but do not include food or drink.

All Sunday Services will also be Live Streamed from the sanctuary on our YouTube Channel. If you are unable to attend in person, we would love for you to join us virtually! Just click on the link above each Sunday at 10:30 am (or you can watch it later at your convenience).

Our services feature inspiring words, music, and stories exploring themes in a multigenerational context. We are excited to welcome you! Information about upcoming services is listed below. View Past Services. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

January Services

January 2 – Make a Joyful Noise!
Stephanie Ortolano
Join us for spontaneous, joyful music making. Bring instruments!

January 9 – Work, Play, Love: Living with Intention
Speaker Edna Brown
Edna will share readings, stories and personal experiences of trying to bring intention into one’s work, free time and relationships.

January 16 – Ministry in Pandemic Times
Speaker Keith Kron
Rev. Keith Kron is the Director of the Transitions Office for the Unitarian Universalist Association. He will talk about the status of UU ministry in these times.

January 23 – Exploring Solitude and Community
Speaker Andrew Quagliata
So many societal forces reinforce a state of perpetual dividedness. We turn to our faith community for space where we can listen to our deepest selves in community with others. Join Andrew Quagliata to reflect on how we can experience solitude and community simultaneously.

January 30 – Time, Religion and a Ford Econoline Van
Speaker David Salomon
Some things take a while to sink in. Sometimes a long, slow journey is the fastest route to understanding. Somehow we neglect what we need to care for the most. These are a few of the lessons only recently recognized from a cross-country trip taken a long time ago in a big green van.