Sunday Worship Services are at 9 am and 11 am. *
Our Sunday morning worship services allow us to gather together in large groups to be inspired, to contemplate and to connect. Learn more.
* One service at 10:30am Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend and some holidays. Check the calendar for the weekly schedule.
Connections, Small Group Ministry
Twice a month. Meeting times vary by group.
Connections is a network of small groups, open to all adult members and friends of the Fellowship. The mission of these groups is to provide pathways for ministering to one another and to the community beyond. Learn more.
Meets the first and third Monday of the month from noon to 1 pm.
Talk Back! is an informal, open group that gathers for coffee and conversation (and often doughnuts). The Rev. Lisa Schwartz is the host. Though these sessions are designed to delve deeper into the topics of recent sermons, there is no set agenda. Discussions will vary depending on the desires of the participants. No reservation required. Just show up and bring your lunch if you like. Check the calendar for exact dates.
Meets the first and third Monday of the month, from 7 to 9 pm.
Soul Talk is an open and supportive group where we seek to learn from and encourage each other individually and collectively, in free and responsible search for truth and meaning. We draw inspiration from all six sources of Unitarian Universalism (view the sources here). All are welcome, including visitors and first-time guests. Topics are chosen each session for the next session. Check the calendar for exact dates.
Humanism with Heart
Meets the first and third Tuesday of the month, from 7 to 9 pm.
Humanism with Heart is a discussion and service group that is guided by the principles of Humanism, a progressive philosophy of life that, without supernaturalism, encourages us to lead ethical lives of personal fulfillment that are guided by reason, inspired by compassion, and informed by experience. Humanism and Unitarian Universalism (UU) share a long history, with several UU ministers having helped write the three iterations of the Humanist Manifesto. Come and explore with others the full diversity of today’s modern Humanism, which encompasses religious, secular, and spiritual perspectives. Each meeting is self-contained, with no requirement for you to prepare ahead of time. Check the calendar for exact dates and topics. Visitors and guests welcome.
Tuesdays, from 7 to 9 pm.
Research has proven the therapeutic and health benefits of drumming. The cooperative and inclusive nature of a drum circle promotes feelings of connectedness and creates a safe and nonverbal release for emotions. Many find drumming a spiritual experience. The Fellowship offers a drumming class with instructors Robin Leftwich and Rachel Juren. There is a nominal fee, which includes the use of a drum. Learn more.