Perhaps you’re curious about a congregation that enjoys stimulating and thought-provoking discussions that incorporate the wisdom of all religions. Maybe you’re seeking a spiritual home or community of like-minded people.
Perhaps you are looking for a program for your children that will guide them to be moral, compassionate people. Or, you may just need an hour of spirituality and tranquility in the midst of a busy life. Whatever your reason,
we welcome you.
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We are a fully Accessible Facility. We are a Welcoming Congregation, a UU-UNO Blue Ribbon Congregation,
and a Designated Lifespan Learning Congregation.
The administrative office is open weekdays
from 9:30 am until 4 pm.
Worship Service 10:30 am
Our services are multigenerational - children and youth are more than welcome! There is also childcare available from 9 am to 12 pm Sunday mornings. Learn more about Unitarian worship.
Sunday, November 4
Keeping the Sabbath
-Rev. Pat Haresch
This Sunday will be a special quiet and reflective service of music and poetry to honor our veterans and remember the 100 year anniversary of the World War I Armistice, with words from Sharon Bowen (Veteran's Work Life project).
Michael Servetus Died for Your Religious Freedom
-Rev. Patricia Guthmann Haresch
November 16 was the UNESCO International Day for Tolerance. In thinking of this day, Rev. Pat recalled a Unitarian historian once noting, "widespread aversion to [Michael] Servetus' death has been taken as signaling the birth in Europe of religious tolerance." Servetus (1509 or 1511-October 27, 1553) could have simply lived his life as a doctor. Instead he chose to critique the doctrine of the trinity and other orthodox Christian notions which in his time cost him his life. Learn more about Servetus' remarkable life and why his death mattered then and now.