Sunday Morning Schedule at the Fellowship:
10:00 – 10:45am: All visitors are welcome to attend one of our discussion groups.
Forum (Workroom/Library) – Open discussion on a current event topic
10:45 – 11:00am: Coffee and fellowship in the foyer
11:00 – 12:00 pm: Sunday Program in the Sanctuary
After service join us for coffee and fellowship in the foyer
Child care is available during the service.
The Sunday program has many elements in common with Judeo-Christian worship services, including singing (hymns from our hymnal as well songs in a variety of styles), readings, stories, prayers and meditations, and a preached sermon. Since we are a lay-led congregation, our Sunday sermons vary from week to week.
If you are visiting us for the first time, stay with us after the Sunday Program for coffee and conversation.
Services begin at 11 a.m. on Sunday with a musical prelude. We then light a Chalice, the symbol of our Unitarian Universalist faith.
Our Milestones segment offers the congregation the opportunity to share their joys and concerns and commemorate major milestones in their lives or the lives of the ones they love.
There is often a story time for all ages each Sunday. The story (or skit, or video, or activity) may be drawn a variety of sources including scripture of the world’s religions, children’s books, folk tales and myths from around the world.
Each week we sing a short centering hymn that encompasses our Unitarian Universalist values.
The sermon is usually preceded by related readings and helps us think about big ideas, reflect on how to live in accordance with our values, and encourage us on the human journey for truth and meaning.
We socialize afterwards in the foyer at coffee hour.
On the 2nd Sunday of each month, we have a theme-based pot luck. All attending service are welcome to sit down and connect with others. (currently on hiatus)
Children from infancy to three years are cared for in our RE wing down the long hall on the left from the main entrance. During most services, a religious education program for children – grades pre-K through high school, is held.