Join us for Sunday morning services that include meaningful messages that uplift and inspire,  joyful music, and shared community.

Children attend and participate in the beginning portion of our services, followed by Religious Education classes.

Childcare is available in our Nursery during services, for babies and toddlers (6 months to 3 years).

Join us for Fellowship following services, with coffee, snacks, and conversation.

 


Sunday Services at 9 am and 11 am – September through May

Summer Schedule: Single Service at 10 am – June through Labor Day


 

Sunday, October 7 – Church; Steeple; Open It Up
Rev. Luke Stevens-Royer, Minister
Beth Atkinson, Worship Associate
Music by Jacqueline Schwab, Folk & classical piano

Jacqueline Schwab is a folk and classical improvisational pianist from Massachusetts, where her husband is a Unitarian Universalist minister. Chosen by Ken Burns for several public television documentaries, Jacqueline has performed on the soundtracks for Civil War, Baseball and Mark Twain. She has performed at the White House for President Clinton in 1997 to celebrate Burns’ Lewis and Clark series and also at the Smithsonian in 2000 to celebrate its exhibition on the Presidency. Jacqueline has performed and recorded with many traditional and folk musicians and has appeared on Late Night with David Letterman, as well as A Prairie Home Companion. She has played on over forty recordings.

Sunday, October 14 – Your Plate Is Waiting: Hospitality and Love of Neighbor
Rev. Luke Stevens-Royer, Minister
Mark Brutinel, Worship Associate
Music by Walden Hill Vocal Ensemble, Joe Mish, Director, Connie Schuelka, keyboards

Sunday, October 21
Guest Minister, Rev. Jim Foti, First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis
George Thompson, Worship Associate
Music by Nodding Wild Onions and Connie Schuelka, keyboards

Sunday, October 28 – All-Souls: An annual ritual of candle lighting, honoring ancestors and their presence in our world, and our lives
Rev. Luke Stevens-Royer, Minister
Greg Wimmer, Worship Associate
Music by Walden Hill Vocal Ensemble, Joe Mish, Director, Connie Schuelka, keyboards

 

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