Attend Our Services In Person
In February of 2022, after almost 2 years of online-only services, we returned to in-person services, at first outdoors, and then in March, back indoors, but masked for safety.
However, even as we reopened, we remained committed to making our worship services available online for those who can’t or prefer not to attend in person for any reason.
Watch Our Services Online
Our Sunday worship services are broadcast via Zoom meetings, live-streamed on our YouTube channel and Facebook page, and can be viewed after each service on our Worship Service Videos page. The link to each Sunday’s service is also published in our weekly Compass email newsletter.
Current & Upcoming Worship Services
We Are The Ones We’ve Been Waiting For
Because of our values, especially how we embrace our LGBTQ+ siblings as fully whole and holy, we have caught the attention of some right-wing harassers, doing their damage mostly online. Rev. Christine will bring you up to speed on what is happening, how we’re responding, the context of this new world we’re in and why WE are perfectly positioned to creatively respond to commit ourselves to the world we want and know can exist.
Another Way is Possible: Abolitionist Imagination
What does it mean to be a people of possibility? For generations, UUism has rumbled with the abolition of systems that cause harm. From the abolition of slavery and segregation, to nuclear weapons and war, to policing and prisons, UUs are always deepening an understanding of what it means to be free. Come explore what it means to have an abolitionist imagination.
Embracing Possibility: Coming Apart to Become Anew
Sometimes the most challenging moments of our lives, the interruptions, can open us up as invitations. As UUs, we are often called to turn problems into possibilities. Join us as we explore how we can encounter the sacredness of becoming anew in the tragedies, triumphs and tedium's of our lives.