You are Welcome!
We are a Welcoming Congregation. You will not be pressured into conversation or membership. We welcome you just as you are. Our members, friends and guests include Christians, Jews, Buddhists, Pagans, humanists, atheists, agnostics, skeptics, seekers, singles, couples, families, heterosexuals, gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgendered people, of different races, ethnic backgrounds, national origins and socio-economic circumstances.
The service begins with a welcoming message and announcements by a member of the congregation. Visitors may be invited to stand and introduce themselves, but should not feel obligated to do so.
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Services may be quite varied, and we invite visitors to attend a few services to gain a fuller impression of the rich diversity of our faith community.
Visitors are always welcome to have their children remain with them in the sanctuary during the entire service. Child care for children under the age of 3 is provided--after the story--in the nursery downstairs.
The church, at 320 South Stallard Street, has a 4-space parking lot on the south side of the building at street level. Front access to the building is through the upper, south door near the sculpture. We also have a 30-space parking lot on a lower level, reached by a driveway on the north side of the building. Access through the lower door leads to the children’s classrooms and by way of stairs to the upper, sanctuary level. If these two lots are full, you may park on the church (west) side of Stallard Street or in the school lot to the north of the church building.
Where is the sanctuary?
Our Greeters can answer questions regarding the service, religious education, child care, building amenities and church activities, and can provide you with brochures and information regarding Unitarian-Universalism.
You will be given a hymnal and an Order of Service describing that day's Sunday service. Enter the sanctuary and find a seat wherever you feel comfortable.
After the service (usually about 11:30 a.m.) you are invited for refreshments and conversation in our Social Room, located across the hall from the Sanctuary.
Visitors will have this opportunity to meet church members and other visitors. We make a special effort to greet and get to know you, to share impressions and experiences, and to welcome you to a church that supports each person’s unique spiritual journey.
You should feel welcome to ask any questions and to obtain additional information regarding our church. The social hour usually winds down by 12:30 p.m.