Sunday worship service begins at 10:30 am in the Earth Room, our sanctuary. All are welcome!

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Come early for our Sunday Morning Dialog series, which runs from October to May.

Join in on one of our Music Programs.

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Upcoming Services:

December 15th

O Come, O Come: Advent Anticipation       Rev. Craig Rubano

Advent is a time of waiting, waiting for the coming of something novel, for the arrival of a new way of doing or thinking about things, and, in Christian tradition, the birth of a child. Yet, unlike more homogeneous spiritual communities, in our congregation, each of us may well be waiting for something quite different. This morning, exactly halfway through Advent, we’ll explore the lessons of the season: what can all of us learn from being mindful about waiting?

Music by For UU Ukuleles and Louise Chernosky.

December 22nd

Out of the Darkness               Michelle McKenzie-Creech, CDFM, and Rev. Craig Rubano

Together, on the shortest day of the year, as we celebrate the sacred flame that burned far longer than it should have, we return to the light. We find hope, possibility, and promise in light, casting us out of the darkness on this day as the Winter Solstice and Hanukkah arrive just hours apart.

Music by Louise Chernosky, Elaine Held, Sister Singers, David Fischell, and Roots & Wings Drum Choir.

December 24th

Christmas Eve                

In both services we light candles for all the new children this year. Please send names of children and babies to A reception will follow both services. Please share your favorite cookies with us.

4pm Family Candlelight Service                    Michelle McKenzie-Creech & Rev. Virginia Jarocha-Ernst

This service of songs and stories includes our pageant, Christmas in the Barn, with a part for every child. Arrive a little early to collect your costume. And don’t forget to bring the babies! In the UU tradition, we believe that every child is the hope of this world.

Music by Chalice Singers, Andrea Bertola Shaw, and Louise Chernosky.

8pm Lessons and Carols Candlelight Service          Rev Craig Rubano & Rev. Virginia Jarocha-Ernst

Music by Sister Singers, UU Singers, Rev. Craig Rubano, Elaine Held, and Louise Chernosky.

December 29th

A Service of Carols and Words: Multigenerational Hymn Sing        Elaine Held and Friends

This morning, enjoy the lovely opportunity to sing the beautiful songs of the season, a chance to call out your favorites from our hymnal, to listen to more holiday music, and share in the words of meaning and delight!