We are a lay led congregation that meets weekly to pursue our spiritual journeys in the context of community. We welcome all who are interested in exploring liberal religion regardless of their faith backgrounds. Our goals are to provide transformative worship experiences for attendees, caring support to our congregation, and service to those in need in the surrounding community and the world. We were founded in 1954 and currently have 34 members.
We come together for Sunday services and related activities. The services are planned and led by members of the Worship Team. Twice a month, we have Unitarian Universalist ministers as our main speakers. On other Sundays, local speakers or members of our congregation provide the main message at the service. The services feature hymns, readings, a period of meditation, a sermon, and piano music. On the first Sunday of the month, a cash offering is given to a social service program designated by the Community Action Team. Child care is provided during the service but children may attend the service if their parents prefer.
Prior to the service, at 10:30 A.M., there is time for fellowship at coffee hour in the Fireside Room. One Sunday a month, all are welcome to a potluck lunch following the morning service.