Sunday mornings at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. Worship services, featuring meaningful sermons and joyful music. Children start the service with us and are invited to attend a portion of the service, followed by Religious Education classes. Childcare is available in our Nursery for babies and toddlers (6 months to 3 years).

May 14 – Who’s in Charge Here?
Our faith comfortably questions authority. Could it also harbor “a problem with authority?” We covenant to affirm and promote the democratic process. In this process, how does authority arise, and how is it best exercised and controlled?

Rev. Fritz Hudson
Rev. Fritz Hudson, Worship Leader
Walden Hill Children’s Choir, Joe Mish, conductor
Connie Schuelka, organ/piano


Sunday, May 21 – Coming of Age – A UU Rite of Passage
Multi-generational Service (No Summer RE today)
Having spent the year exploring their spiritual beliefs with the guidance of their personal mentors and their facilitators, this year’s Coming of Age class culminates with the sharing of their Credos or Statements of Faith before the congregation in this powerful and much loved service marking their transition from youth to young adult.

Ramona Barr & Randy McKeeman, COA Facilitators and Rev. Fritz Hudson, Worship Leaders
Mark Brutinel, Worship Associate
COA Youth, Service Planners & Participants
Connie Schuelka, Piano
Youth Leadership Fund, Shared Plate


May 28 – Love’s Labor Lost?
The first of our summer services – one service only at 10 am
Pema Chodren, Buddhist nun, teaches “If it’s painful, move closer to the pain, learn to embrace it.” What are the steps in a graceful embrace of loss?

Rev. Fritz Hudson, Worship Leader
Connie Schuelka, organ/piano