Worship services, the heart of our gathering as a community of faith, are held every Sunday at 10:30 am. We come together to sing, pray, support and sustain each other while grappling with our greatest joys and our deepest fears. We question together; we learn together; we grow together.
Children and youth begin in the sanctuary every week and after music and a family homily, (most Sundays) our young people leave the sanctuary for Religious Education classes downstairs. CLICK HERE
for Religious Education curriculum information.
Childcare for children three and under is available in a warm and loving environment from 10:30 am until the end of the worship service. Please honor our Well-Child policy by caring for sick children at home to avoid spreading illness.
Hearing assistance headphones are available for use during the service. Please indicate your need to an usher.
Rev. Dr. Robert R.N. Ross
"The Saga of Sophia"
Ancient Gnostic philosophy provides a context for how we respond to crises and take risks in our own lives today.
The Rev. Dr. Robert R.N. Ross is an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister in Final Fellowship who is also accredited by the UUA to work specifically with congregations in transition. He has recently been a professor at the University of Massachusetts, Boston, and the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California teaching courses in Philosophy and the Study of Religion. Dr. Ross was a Teaching Fellow at Harvard University, a Philosophy professor at Skidmore College, a Consulting Engineer at Digital Equipment Corporation, where he holds patents in the design of complex, heterogeneous computer networks, and Senior Consultant at the National Academy of Public Administration in Washington, DC, where he has worked with large-scale organizations and agencies in transition. His most recent book, Walking to New Orleans. Ethics and the Concept of Participatory Design in Post-Disaster Reconstruction was published in 2008. Rob is an active surfer, kayaker, and leads the Cajun-Zydeco band les cigognes.
Rev. Richard Trudeau
“One Atheist’s Ten Suggestions”
A comparison of atheist Penn Jillette’s “Ten Suggestions” with the original Ten Commandments.
We gather for "Coffee Hour",
community and refreshment,
following service, at 11:30 am.
Please join us! All are welcome!