We hold our Celebrations of Life (worship services) on Saturday at 4:30 PM and on Sunday at 9:30am and 11:15am, from the weekend after Labor day until shortly before Memorial Day. Every one of our 4:30 Saturday night services has ASL interpretation.
Starting on Memorial Day weekend, and lasting through the Sunday before Labor Day, we hold one Sunday service a week at 10am, which also has ASL interpretation. Details about upcoming services can always be found on the worship and events page.
Dress comfortably. Some of our folks wear suits and tie, some wear shorts and sandals, with the vast majority wearing outfits in between. Whether you dress up or dress down you won't be alone!
Religious Education for children and youth is held during each service from fall through spring, with childcare being offered during our summer 10am single service Sundays. Crafts and other activities are sometimes messy, so children should dress appropriately.
A brief (45 minute) UU101 class for visitors and newcomers is often offered following our services. This is a comfortable, no-pressure opportunity to get a brief overview of our faith, talk with our Director of Membership and ask any questions you may have.
May 19 2013