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.


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"

Listen to past Services  

December 7, 2014

9:15 Discussion Group, Topic:  "What Is Acceptable Protest?"

10:30 Service - 
 Rev. Craig C. Roshaven, “Can Your Faith Save You?”

Can your faith—not Unitarian Universalism—but your faith, save you?  Being part of a religious community can help one develop such a faith, but it isn’t sufficient. Just being a member, even an active member, isn’t enough. Such a faith doesn’t just happen. You don’t catch it like a cold. It has to be nurtured and guarded. It requires attention.  It requires effort.

Service Leader: Judi McCausland
Audio of sermon

December 14, 2014

9:15 Discussion Group, Topic: "How do you judge a person's success?"

10:30 Service 
–Rev. Craig C. Roshaven,  “
The Spirit of Wisdom”              

“I called on God and the spirit of wisdom came to me. I preferred her to scepters and thrones, and I accounted wealth as nothing in comparison with her. . .  All good things came to me along with her, and in her hands uncounted wealth.”  - Song of Solomon  

Service Leader:  Jenny Nazak

December 21, 2014

9:15 Discussion Group, Topic:  

10:30 Service  
-- Rev. Craig C. Roshaven,  “The Hopes and Fears of All the Years”  

 “The hopes and fears of all the years are met in thee  tonight” This is from the popular Christmas carol “O Little Town of Bethlehem” composed by George Brooks, an Episcopalian Priest, in 1865. What are your hopes and fears this year?  

Service Leader: Denise Miller Carter

December 28, 2014

9:15 Discussion Group, Topic:  

10:30 Service 
Richard Peppers, “When Words Speak Louder than Actions”

The right word in a tense, potentially unpleasant situation can alter the situation.  Simply saying the words of thanks, of love, and of forgiveness can transform an end- of-life situation, overcoming the effects of hurtful actions earlier in life.  Words matter, as emphasized by Dr. Byock in his book The Four Things That Matter Most which helped to inspire this presentation.   

Service Leader:  Ellen Nielsen

January 4, 2015

9:15 Discussion Group, Topic:  

10:30 Service 
-- Rev. Craig C. Roshaven, Decades Service: A Participatory Service

We will once again present a "Decades Service" as the first service of the New Year. We will invite one member of each decade of life to share his or her goals, hopes and dreams for the coming year.  

Service Leader:

 Accreditation 2009 

Designated in 1997