Worship


Worship 

Worship is an integral part of our Religious Exploration Program. It provides children with a sense of community, a feeling of at-oneness with each other and the world, an affirmation of what we believe and a feeling of inspiration.

On most Sundays….
Our children begin their Sunday in the sanctuary. They take part in the chalice lighting, first hymn, and Wonder Box story that addresses the sermon topic of the day in an age-appropriate way. They are then sung out of the sanctuary as they proceed to the farmhouse for class.

Children's Chapel: About once a month, children attend Children's Chapel instead of RE class. In Chapel, the children practice familiar UU rituals of worship-- chalice lighting, the sharing of joys and sorrows, hymns, and the sharing of stories related to questions of importance.

Intergenerational Worship: About once a month, our minister leads worship in the sanctuary designed for the whole community. These services are created to engage people of all ages in meaningful ways. On these Sundays, the children stay in the sanctuary for the entire time.