We believe that diversity of religious expression enriches us all. Here you will find a variety of traditions and expressions, including: liberal Christians, Jews, humanists, atheists, agnostics, pagans, Buddhists and others discussing our beliefs and learning from each other.
We do not have one set of beliefs that everyone must share in order to join. We are not guided by a creed or dogma, but by a quest for truth and meaning. We are a caring, open minded religion that encourages you to seek your own spiritual path, wherever it may lead.
We are a welcoming congregation; we promote equal opportunities for all people and advocate the rights and acceptance of each individual.
We nurture community by offering programs, activities and worship services that enhance the values we hold in common, and honor the differences among us. We accept, encourage and challenge one another on our spiritual and personal journeys.
A Welcoming Congregation...
As a Welcoming Congregation, we actively welcome gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people as full participants in the life of the church. We are committed to standing on the side of love in our congregational life and our advocacy in the larger community.
Sunday Services - 11:00 a.m. (click sermon title for the description)
April 6 - You Mean Someone Actually Died for Our Faith: Looking Again at the Life of Unitarian Michael Servetus
Rev. Mary MooreWe will be revisiting the story of Michael Servetus, pioneering physician and martyr, who was burned at the stake in Geneva for his beliefs about 450 years ago. We'll be raising the question as to whether there would be enough evidence to convict us for living the same truth.
April 13 - Our Eastern European Unitarian 'Cousins'
Rev. Mary MooreCome as we tell once again the inspiring tale of the Unitarians of Transylvania from the 1500s to the present day. We'll take a look at the life of a Unitarian king and one of the first declarations of religious freedom -- and see how Unitarianism persevered even in the face of severe repression under Communist government. There will be pictures of some of the centuries-old Unitarian churches as well as the exquisite needlework and woodworking which continue to be done by our Unitarian cousins today.
On this Sunday at 12:30 p.m., there will also be a Unitarian Communion Service celebrated, in which we will be using some Unitarian liturgical materials from Transylvania.
April 20 - Awakening the Earth
Rev. Mary Moore and Shannon Harper, Director of Religious EducationCelebrate the renewal of the earth and our spirits on this Easter Sunday just before Earth Day during our multi-generational service. Uplifting worship for ALL ages! Childcare for nursery-age children will be available.
April 27 - The Spring of Hope
Ria MegninOn this Sunday we will explore the ancient traditions of springtime celebration and the role of hope in our lives and communities today.
May 4 - Beltane-May Day Celebration
Shannon Heather Hansen and Rev. Mary MoorePlease join us for this celebration...and please wear red, white and green.