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Frequently Asked Questions


What should I and my children wear to this Fellowship?
People attending our fellowship wear a wide range of clothing styles, from dressy to casual (including jeans). Children can wear clothing appropriate for religious education classes that may include art or physical activities.

Is there childcare during Sunday Program?

If my child doesn't separate well, can she or he stay with me in the service?
Infants and young children are welcome to attend the Sunday worship services. Parents are encouraged to be mindful of all in attendance and to manage their infants and children so as to be respectful of the rights of others. Seats are available in the fellowship entry where parents with restless infants and children can listen to the service through the speaker system.

Are there people in the congregation who are pagans, atheists, agnostics, Christians, Buddhists, Muslims...?
The roots of Unitarian Universalism lie in Judaism and Christianity. We honor those traditions but are not bound by them. We seek truth and direction for our lives in the wisdom of other religions and secular heritages. We have church members from many faith backgrounds.

What goes on during the Sunday program?
Generally, the Sunday program include the following elements:

  • greeting and announcements,
  • lighting the chalice,
  • readings,
  • meditation,
  • joys and concerns (an opportunity for individuals to share significant events with the congregation)
  • music (performance and/or congregational singing),
  • sermon,
  • offering, and
  • extinguishing the chalice.

Whom can I contact with more questions?
Go to the Contact Page.