Sunday Services

We gather every Sunday from September through June at 10:30 am. You are welcome to attend online or in person, according to your preference.

Some services are very informal and conversational, others are explorations of ideas or reflections on how to live life well. Twice a month, services are led by our minister. Most Sundays, there is an invitation to stay after the service for conversation and coffee, tea and treats are provided.

Children are welcome! There is a table with art supplies and jigsaw puzzles at the back of the hall. Once a month on Family Sunday the children join their families in the sanctuary for the first part of the service, often a story. Then they go downstairs for free playtime with the Children’s Program Facilitator. 



Join us Sundays at 10:30 am in person or online.

February 2024 Services

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Sunday, Feb. 4, 10:30am
What is the problem that Unitarian Universalism is trying to solve?

Speaker: Rev. Karen Fraser Gitlitz
(This service will be followed by a finger-food potluck.)

It has been said that each religious or spiritual tradition is an attempt to answer an existential question about the human condition. Join us as Rev. Karen considers what the Unitarian question might be. This is a great service for those who are wanting to learn more about the Unitarian movement!

Sunday, Feb. 11, 10:30am
What sustains and inspires us in this climate emergency?

Speaker: Rev. Meg Roberts
Service Leader: Ann Coxworth

In this time, we are facing multiple climate crises. It can be frightening and dispiriting. How can our values and practices sustain and inspire us – as individuals and as a Unitarian community? How can we get from despair to hope?

Sun., Feb. 18/24 10:30am
Science, culture and body size: a conversation

Speakers: Tracey Mitchell & Rev. Karen Fraser Gitlitz

This morning we are talking about bodies and health and the harmful impacts of body shaming. How do we talk about weight, fatness, nutrition, body positivity and social infrastructure through an anti-oppressive lens?

Sunday, Feb. 25, 10:30am
Nurturing our Relationship with our Natural Environment

Speaker: Ulrich Teucher

This service seeks to explore our growing disconnections with the natural environment, especially at night. When the sun has gone down and the trees have fallen asleep may be a time when we are more attuned to our sensory world. I invite you to follow the experiences of two kinds of moths on their travels, a luna moth emerging from chrysalis (interpreted through dance by Shannon Litzenberger), and a hawk moth and her neuronal signals as she flies through pheromones (Kevin Daly and Jack Gray). These representations may remind us that we are connected with the natural environment. We are not separate.

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