Worship brings us together as a community. Every Sunday morning, worship leaders weave together readings, instrumental music, prayerful meditations, congregational singing, and a sermon.
We begin our service by lighting our flaming chalice, a symbol of Unitarian Universalism and our hopes for justice. Following our story for all ages and an enthusiastic community greeting time, the children leave with their teachers for religious education classes.
Our services are at 10 AM. Once a month, we have a multi-generational service that we hope touches and appeals to people of all ages. This service is often participatory, and children remain in the sanctuary instead of attending religious education classes.
Rev. Janet Bush, our minister, leads worship for us three Sundays a month. Our Worship Committee is responsible for lay-led worship during the summer and every five to six weeks from September to June. Members of the Worship Committee also contribute to and participate in minister-led worship, and assist with special services.
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