OUR MISSION is to encourage and facilitate consideration of ethics, philosophies, and religions and the development of our individual values and beliefs; to provide opportunities for fellowship and mutual support; to establish and maintain a vigorous Unitarian Universalist presence in our local community; and to expand our membership.

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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.

At the Congregational Meeting on May 8th, Pastor Kathy Tew Rickey was chosen to be our new minister.  Ninety six percent of those members present voted "yes."  Pastor Kathy is now here and would love to meet you.  Call and make an appointment if you would like a private meeting with her.

 Special congregational meeting will be held in the sanctuary immediately following the service on Sunday, August 28, 2016.  The sole purpose of this meeting is seeking the congregation's approval of replacing the air conditioner in Room 1.  

Recipients of Good Egg Award:  Brian Bielick and Ann Matteson

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

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

       SUNDAY SERVICES                                                

                                                                         Audio of Past Sermons                                               

August 28, 2016
9:15 Discussion GroupTopic:  "The Decline of Religion in the U.S."
10:30 Service:—Pastor Kathy Tew Rickey, "Bread and Roses"
As we anticipate another Labor Day Weekend of mini-vacations and retail super-sales, let us honor those who have gone before us in fighting for reasonable wages, humane working conditions, and the right to more than just barely making a living.
Service Leader:  Cliff Jackson

September 4, 2016
9:15 Discussion Group Topic:"Why are poor countries poor?"              

10:30 Service:— Dan Gribbin, “Grace in the Stories of Flannery O’Connor”Flannery O’Connor wrote about the South as she experienced it after World War II.  A devout Catholic who corresponded with some of the leading theological figures of her day, O’Connor used her fiction to explore issues regarding her own faith, and social issues raised by life in the South.  The results are thought-provoking and often hilarious.  This talk traces the Unitarian Universalist concept of the worthiness of all people (universal grace) in two of O’Connor’s best stories, “Revelation” and “A Good Man Is Hard to Find.”

Service Leader: Rita Scheeler

September 11, 2016
9:15 Discussion Group Topic:
10:30 Service:— Pastor Kathy Tew Rickey, “The Meaning of Membership”        Would you believe it if I told you that Unitarians were once Puritans? Would you believe that Puritans were concerned first with their community relationships and second with establishing their churches? What does this mean to us today in terms of being members of UUCOB?
Service Leader:Cliff Jackson

 September 18, 2016
9:15 Discussion Group Topic:
10:30 Service:— Pastor Kathy Tew Rickey, “Making Our Own Days Glad”

The first Universalist minister to preach on American soil was John Murray of the 18th century. He is associated with our first and probably last Unitarian Universalist miracle. Let's hear his story.                               
Service Leader: Gaia Davies

September 25, 2016
9:15 Discussion Group Topic:
10:30 Service:— September 25th—Pastor Kathy Tew Rickey, “Thus Do We Covenant”     If covenant means promise, what do we promise to each other in this congregation?  To our neighboring UU congregations? To our Association of UU congregations (the UUA)? How does our congregational mission and vision play into that understainding? 

Service Leader:  Marilou McKemie

Audio of Past services

              Accreditation 2009 

Standing on the side of love