Our Vision: We are a safe harbor where people may explore diverse ideas and beliefs, and be a force for a better world.


Services begin at 10:30 a.m. Sundays.
Childcare and Religious Education from 10:15 to 11:45.
Coffee & Conversation - 11:30 to 12

The building is wheel chair accessible.

Feb 5, 7 pm at UU - Rev. Michael Dowd, “The Future Is Calling Us to Greatness: Coming Home to Reality” (an inspirational talk on addressing climate change)

Feb 14, at UU - Same Sex marriages performed by Rev. Roshaven - more

Feb 4,11,18, 1-3 at UU - Mah Jongg Classes taught by Susan Garrison

Feb 13, 5:30, at UU - Valentine Day Dinner - sign up     

Prior to the 10:30am service, the Discussion Group meets at 9:15 a.m.  

After the service join us for "Coffee, Cookies and Conversation"

January 25, 2015

9:15 Discussion Group, Topic: "Who runs the United States?"

10:30 Service—Dr. Bruce Bromley, “The Reconnection”

As described in a book by Dr. Eric Pearl, reconnection involves the dynamics of healing others and healing yourself.   Through a career involving teaching, research and clinical services, Dr. Bromley has come to realize the value of reconnective healing and of putting Dr. Pearl’s ideas into practice.

 Service Leader: Dan Gribbin

February 1, 2015

9:15 Discussion Group, Topic

10:30 Service— Rev. Michael Dowd, “Ecology is the New Theology”

The Rev. Michael Dowd is an evolutionary theologian, bestselling author, and evangelist for Big History and an honorable relationship to the future. He and his wife, Connie Barlow, an acclaimed science writer and evolutionary educator, permanently travel North America promoting the inspiring side of science, religious naturalism, and one-story spirituality.

Service Leader:  Gaia Davies 

February 8, 2015  

9:15 Discussion Group, Topic:   

10:30 Service – Rev. Craig C. Roshaven, “Spiritual but not Religious?” 

A comment I’ve heard more than once during the recent discussions about possibly changing our name is “I don’t want anything in our name that sounds religious.”  Religion, sometimes deservedly so, has been getting a bad rap for some time now. An increasing number of people consider themselves to be “spiritual but not religious.” What does it mean to be Religious? 

 Service Leader:  Joan Thate  

February 15, 2015  

9:15 Discussion Group, Topic:  

10:30 Service — Rev. Craig C. Roshaven, “What is Marriage For?” 

It’s wonderful that marriage is now an option for almost all of us. But some of us, especially those of us who have been married before and are now single, are reluctant to get married in the first place. They question the value and the purpose of marriage.  What is marriage for?    

Service Leader:  Judi McCausland 

February 22, 2015 

9:15 Discussion Group, Topic: 

10:30 Service — Rev. Craig C. Roshaven, “Science and Spirituality”

Do science and spirituality intersect?  If so, how and where? Just as important may be the question:  where are they separate? 

Service Leader:  Jenny Nazak          

 March 1, 2015 

9:15 Discussion Group, Topic: 

10:30 Service — Rev. Craig C. Roshaven, “The Gospel of Jesus” 

What was the Gospel, the Good News that Jesus proclaimed?  Could it have any relevance to our lives today?

Service Leader:  Cliff Jackson

Past services can be found at:   http://uuormond.org/more/sermons/

 Accreditation 2009 

Designated in 1997