Sunday Schedule:

10:00 Sunday Service
11:05 Children's and Adult Religious Education and Corner Forum
Corner Forum

The Corner Forum is a lively discussion group that meets after service at 11:05 in the corner of the church.

Discussions are provocative, opinionated, sometimes-argumentative, always interesting. Often we start out sharing feelings about the just-completed service, then go to any topic anyone wants to discuss. Please join us!

Our Affirmation

From all that dwell below the skies
Let songs of hope and faith arise;
Let peace, goodwill on earth be sung
Through every land by every tongue.

All ages are invited to attend our worship service. Anything said at our services is for your intellectual and spiritual stimulation; no one is asked to agree or acquiesce to any doctrine or creed. Instead, you are free to seek the truth for yourself according to the dictates of your own reason and conscience. All are encouraged to give input and suggestions for speakers as it is a vital part of our church's spiritual growth.

 December 24, 2014

Christmas Eve 6:30 p.m.
Randy Partain


Join Randy and FUUNCO Band as we celebrate Christmas Eve with readings, carols, and candlelight. All ages come together to hear the Christmas story and celebrate the continuing meaning of Christmas in our lives today. 

 December 28, 2014

UU Christianity
Rev. Angela Henderson


We often look to our history to discover what it means to be a Unitarian Universalist Christian. Rev. Angela Henderson will explore what it might mean for us in our richly diverse theological tradition of today. 

 January 4, 2015

Circle of Life
Randy Partain


As the Wheel of Life turns, we dedicate our children; name new births; new marriages; honor anniversaries, and recall the departed. Please contact Randy if you would like your children dedicated in the church today.

 January 11, 2015

Telling Stories and Making Meaning
Randy Partain


Jewish rabbis often told parables, or stories that teach a lesson. The Christian gospels suggest that Jesus followed this story-telling tradition. Can contemporary UUs still find meaning in these old tales, or do we need stories of our own?