Sunday, September 23rd at 10 AM

What Could Transform Our World?

Rev. Edie Love will examine how we collectively and individually “other,” and imagine how that might change.

Edith Love was welcomed into fellowship, but has not yet been ordained. She believes her calling is to minister with those most marginalized in her hometown of Memphis, Tennessee. She states, “all people are my people, the streets are my parish and everywhere we are, we are standing on God’s holy ground.” Her focus areas include LGBTQ rights, immigration, homelessness, and white privilege.


Sunday, September 30th at 10 AM

To Be Announced

Rev. Jennifer Sanders is our speaker


Sunday, October 7th at 10 AM

Camping, Sand, Family & Sabbath
(Finding the Sacred in Direct Experience)

Mandy Goheen is our speaker


Sunday, October 14th at 10 AM

Mary Poppins

Rev. Gail Tapscott is our speaker


Sunday, October 21st at 10 AM

The Global Migrant Crisis

Lynda Wilson is our speaker for the October 21 service.  It’s a celebration of United Nations Day ,which is held on October 24 every year, and also a celebration of the Unitarian Universalist-United Nations Office (UU-UNO).

Our church has received Blue Ribbon designation for our support of the UU-UNO. One of the requirements for achieving that designation is to host a UN Sunday service each year, focusing on the theme of the annual UU-UNO Intergenerational Seminar. The theme of last year’s seminar, and the theme of the October 21 service, is “When Crisis Calls: Advancing Just Migration for All.” Please join us!

We’ll Share the Plate with the UU-UNO this Sunday.


Sunday, October 28th at 10 AM


Rev. Julie is back in the pulpit!


Sunday, November 4th at 10 AM


Rev. Julie