Our Sunday worship services begin at 10:30 a.m. and during the summer months (mid-June to mid-August) are held in the Parish House.
During the regular church year (mid-August to mid-June) worship services are held in our historic sanctuary, and there is lifespan religious education for children and youth, and childcare in our nursery of our Parish House.
You are invited to the Parish House (next door to the Church) after the Sunday service for fellowship and conversation (including coffee, tea and snacks!) with church members and friends.
Holidays and Special Services
Holiday and special service times are announced on the web site and in our newsletter, The Oracle.
If you would like to give a 20-minute talk at the the Unitarian Church during a Sunday Service (10:30 – 11:30 am) on an appropriate topic (Covenant and Mission Statement), please contact the Worship Committee:
Karen Schreiber Mason email@example.com
Corinne Chafey mcchafey
Current calendar of speakers:
September 17, 2017: Caron Carnahan
September 24, 2017: Days of Awe Sunday “A Semi-Colon is No Place to Stay”
Rev. Robin Landerman Zucker
The Days of Awe between the High Holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur offer us all (Jewish or not) a yearly opportunity to reflect, consider our righteousness and our missteps, seek and offer forgiveness, and venture forth again in a positive, healing direction. Metaphorically, these days could be seen as a semi-colon; the juncture where one could choose to end a sentence, but decides instead to continue the story because there is more to say. We’ll explore, from a spiritual perspective, the ways in which a semi-colon is not a full stop, but rather a moment to pause, reckon, and reinvest in relationships, integrity, goodness, community, and life itself.