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.

April 8, 4-5:30 at UU,    Islam 101:  The Imam from the local Islamic Center will present.

Photos of Valentine's Day Dinner

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"

March 15, 2015

9:15 Discussion Group, Topic: "End of Life Care"

10:30 Service — Rev. Craig C. Roshaven, “The Meaning of Worship”

Audio of Sermon      

Service Leader: Chris Ringue     

March 22, 2015

9:15 Discussion Group, Topic: "Are we Addicted to Technology"?

10:30 Service — Dan Kerr, “Where Am I and How Did I Get Here?”

 Reflections on a journey—from a devout practicing Catholic for five decades to an active Unitarian.  Some remarkable changes in values and beliefs have led to a number of spiritual revelations.     

Audio of Sermon

Service Leader: Dan Gribbin                         

March 29, 2015

9:15 Discussion Group, Topic: Gainful employment in the Modern          Economy 

10:30 Service — Rev. James Shoopman, “The Quality of Heroes: Biblical vs. Greco-Roman”      

 Our modern conception of heroism seems to be a combination of the qualities of heroes whose stories appear in the Bible and in Greek and Roman texts.                                                                                                                        

Service Leader: Ellen Nielsen                     

April 5, 2015

9:15 Discussion Group, Topic:  "Why societies collapse"

10:30 Service:Rev. Craig C. Roshaven, Easter Sunday—“I Wish I Knew How it Would Feel To Be Free”

By all accounts, Jesus was remarkably free. His freedom enabled him to do the opposite of what was expected:  He had a wandering ministry tied to no one place; he sat down to eat with tax collectors; he healed on the Sabbath; he asked a Samaritan woman for water; and he overturned the tables of merchants in the Temple.

Service Leader: Gaia Davies                                                     

April 12, 2015

9:15 Discussion Group, Topic: 
10:30 Service:
Christina Ryter, “Putting an End to Sex Trafficking”
Cristina Ryder is an ESOL teacher who has been working in Thailand to combat the child sex trade. Back in the US for a few weeks, Cristina is addressing groups such as ours to raise awareness about this problem.                         

Service Leader: Rita Scheeler                                                      

April 19, 2015

9:15 Discussion Group, Topic: 

10:30 Service: Rev. Craig C. Roshaven, “The Grace of Gratefulness”

There are two meanings of grace, one ordinary and the other theological.  In an ordinary context, grace means beauty or charm of form or expression or movement. In a theological context it means unmerited favor, a divine inspiration or divine influence acting in one to make one pure and strong.  Or the condition of a person thus influenced as alluded to in Leonard Cohen’s song Suzanne:  “And you want to travel with her and you want to travel blind and you know that you can trust her for she's touched your perfect body with her mind.” Sounds like grace to me.

Service Leader:  Chris Ringue   

April 26, 2015

9:15 Discussion Group, Topic: 

10:30 Service April 26— Rev. Craig C. Roshaven, “The Faith of the Free”

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” The equality of all men, not just the men of this new nation, but all men was a heady thing to assert in 1776. The Declaration was not just a Declaration of Independence but a declaration of faith—faith in humanity.

 Service Leader:  Denise Carter      


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

 Accreditation 2009 

Designated in 1997