"The Beloved Community is not an organization of individuals seeking private and selfish security for their souls. It is a new adventure, a spontaneous fellowship of consecrated men, women, and children seeking a new world."
- Clarence Skinner, Unitarian Universalist Minister
Please go to our Home Page for a listing of this Sunday's happenings.
9:30 am: Community Hour
Community Hour is all about connection and growth. Join us for this time to connect to yourself, others, our principles, and the greater world. Choose the option that feels right for you or your family members each Sunday.
Explore: Gather in the Great Room for child and family-friendly activities related to our Unitarian Universalist principles, holiday celebrations, social justice, and community-building.
Grow: Youth in grades 6 - 12 are invited to gather in the Youth Room for fellowship and spiritual exploration as they develop skills to be leaders within our congregation and the larger community. Youth this year will be embarking on a year-long environmental justice project as well as designing and implementing two entirely youth-led worship services.
Discuss: Gather in the Social Hall for our weekly Forum featuring presentations and timely discussions on issues of concern to our community.
Reflect: Gather in the Heritage Room for adult religious education with Reverend Bruce.
Sing: Gather in the Sanctuary to lift your voice in song as a member of the UUCD choir. This is an ongoing commitment for ages 14 and up. See our Music Director for more information.
10:30 am: Worship Service
Our weekly worship is inclusive, joyful, reflective, and nourishing. All ages are invited to join us for this cherished hour to come together as one community. We celebrate the spirit of life with a story for all ages, the sharing of joys and concerns, music, poetry, readings, a sermon, and meditation. Children are an important part of our faith community and we encourage all ages to participate and help lead our worship services. Please don’t worry if you or anyone with you makes a bit of noise – we’re glad to have you with us!
11:30 am: Fellowship
Local, fair trade coffee, tea, and hot chocolate are served every Sunday following the worship service. We also promote local, sustainable and healthy food including monthly hot brunches and potlucks. (We have been known to serve hot cinnamon rolls in the summer!) We love to eat and have fun together after our spirits have been nourished!
We affirm a free and responsible search for truth and meaning from birth to death. Unitarian Universalism celebrates the ways that our needs, our hopes, and our beliefs change as life changes us.
"Religion is our human response to the dual reality of being alive and having to die."
- Forest Church, Unitarian Universalist minister