Q: What should I (and my children) wear to church?
A: We want you to be comfortable. Shirt and shoes are required, but we don’t have a dress code. Jeans and shorts are more than welcome, as is your Sunday best.
Q: Is there childcare/Sunday School during service?
A: Yes, there is a babysitter and nursery for children under three years of age. Preschoolers-1st grade join the Spirit Play classroom. 2nd graders-5th graders join the Elementary Class, and children 6th grade and up make up our Youth Group. Our Religious Education page has more information about our programming.
Q: Is your building wheelchair accessible?
A: Yes, our building is wheelchair accessible and offers handicapped parking.
Q: Are there bisexual, gay, lesbian, and transgendered people in your congregation? Are they welcome?
A: Yes and Yes. We welcome people of every sexual identity.
Q: Are there pagans at your Church?
A: Yes, our church has an Affinity Group called Covenant of UU Pagans (CUUPS) who meet regularly for fellowship and rituals.
Q: Are there Christians at your Church?
A: Yes, we have Christians here, too, and Buddhists, agnostics, atheists, humanists, philosophers–the list goes on. We welcome people from all religious backgrounds and beliefs and we are joined by a belief in the Seven Principles of Unitarian Universalism. We have a Christian Fellowship group which meets regularly to discuss issues from a Christian perspective.
Q: What goes on during your worship service?
A: We are a lay-led congregation, and each week a different speaker presents a thought-provoking and inspiring topic. But our basic format stays the same, including uplifting music and spiritual readings. One Sunday isn’t enough to grasp the nature of our church, because things change every week!