Worship Services at the Unitarian Universalist Church are, of course, a central part of who we are as a congregation. They incorporate music, ritual, community and sermon topics covering the range of human experience.
Services are held on Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m. Children go to their Religious Education classes at 10:45, except for intergenerational services; services end at 11:30 and the RE classes end at 11:45. Entry is through the main doors of the chruch that face Meridian Street, and there is another entrance on Smiley Street by the office (this door is locked after services begin). Parking is available around the church itself and in the neighborhood generally.
Inside you will find greeters who can assist you and give any information you may need; and after each service we gather in the fellowship hall for coffee and snacks, and, the last Sunday of each month, there is a potluck lunch. Also in the Fellowship Hall after service, there is a visitors table set up by people who can answer questions, show you our facilities and describe our programs in detail.
We hope you will feel welcome to attend, and even more welcome after attending!