We worship every Sunday from September through June at 10:30 AM.
During this COVID-19 pandemic, our services are on ZOOM and YouTube.
We are holding services in collaboration with other Franklin County UU churches.
Our YouTube link is: Live public link, this Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
Religious Education for children is available on some Sundays.
Children are always welcome in the sanctuary.
In the summer months we have informal gatherings.
We are a non-credal faith community.
As such, we are held together by a shared commitment to walk together with respect and care on our spiritual journey, allowing each of us to find language for the sacred that speaks our truths. More than this, our understanding of faith is not centered in belief; we embrace an embodied faith which focuses primarily on how we choose to live our lives.
Thus, on Sunday mornings, we wrestle with what we hope are the deepest questions and issues for us as human beings on this shared planet; we explore what it means to be part of something larger than ourselves. Our liturgy is fluid; we accord freedom of the pulpit to our worship leaders, whether it is our minister, invited guest ministers or lay members of our congregation.
During our services, you will generally find beautiful music, rich and thoughtful reflection, elegantly composed poetry and prose, silent prayer or meditation, the invitation to help each other hold life’s joys and sorrows, and the persistent call to be generous with our time, our money and our gifts. These are all building blocks that help us sustain a vibrant spiritual life.
After the weekly service, we gather downstairs in the Parish Hall for coffee hour,
a time of fellowship to which all gathered are welcomed.