- What should
my children and I wear to this church?
- We are an
informal group of people. Wear what feels comfortable
childcare/Sunday school during church?
Children's Religious Education ("RE") classes are held
during our "Worship Service", from September through June
(usually children stay for the first part of the Service
before their classes begin). Childcare for children who do not
wish to participate in the RE program is available.
If my child
doesn't separate well, can my child stay with me during
- Your child
is always welcome to stay with you during the worship
service. Please be considerate of others if your child
Who will feel at home in this congregation?
We are a liberal religious community espousing freedom of
theological belief, high ethical standards, and respect for the
interdependence of all living things. People who are in sympathy
with these ideas will likely feel at home here.
people in the congregation who hold diverse
Yes. Unitarian Universalists trust that individuals are capable of
developing their own theology on the basis of their own life
experience, diligent questioning, and participating in discussion
and study with others in community. There is no set creed that one
must adopt to become a Unitarian Universalist. Historically,
Unitarian Universalism developed within the Christian tradition,
but it has long since become more inclusive. We recognize timeless
wisdom from all the world's great religions, as well as that of
thoughtful people of our own time.
What goes on
during the Worship Services?
Currently, worship services are lead by guest speakers
and lay leaders. While the format of the
Celebrations remains fairly constant, the content will vary
considerably. Because of our expansive outlook on religion,
we do not restrict our sources of liturgy or music to any one
sacred book or calendar. Some celebrations will include the
children for the whole time. Others may include a time for a
short discussion of the topic of the day. Participants will
regularly have the opportunity to take part and express