Welcome! Our Sunday Service is from 10:30 to 11:30 am and is followed by Coffee and Conversation, a time to mingle with members, friends, and visitors. Our services usually include music, readings, reflections, and a sermon. Our minister leads roughly one-half of our services and the rest are hosted by members of the congregation or an invited speaker. More details can be found below in our service descriptions. Our building is wheelchair-accessible. Please let our greeter know if you require a hearing device or a large-print hymnal.
Our children’s Religious Exploration program begins shortly after the Sunday Service begins, with kids starting in the Gathering Room with adults and exiting to their RE classes after a story for all ages. Class ends at 11:40am to give parents a few minutes to enjoy meeting others. Childcare is provided for infants through age four. School age RE is for ages 5 and up, wih youth more than welcome to join us.
Upcoming Sunday Services
- “Growing in Gratitude” – Rev. Addae Kraba
Dec 10th, 2023 10:30:am
In spite of all the difficulties and challenges in life, there is always something to be grateful for. If we answer every small deed of kindness with appreciation, we develop the spirit of gratefulness in our nature.
- “What Were They Thinking?” – Charles Darnell
Dec 17th, 2023 10:30:am
In his most recent publication, Charles Darnell reflects on familiar characters from the Bible and non-canonical works such as the Book of Jubilees and Gnostic gospels. He wonders what these men and women thought, how they felt and how they reacted when confronted with incredible challenges. Darnell will share select stories and ideas about how the characters might really have responded. He hopes his visit helps us find the human in them.
- “The Season of Light” – Rev. Addae Kraba
Dec 24th, 2023 10:30:am
Let this season of light be a time of celebration and merriment, but also a time of reflection. Christmas is the holiest season in the Christian world, and the theme of light carries through the songs and the drama of Mary and Joseph. Despite our Unitarian Universalist fourth principle, “a free and responsible search for truth and meaning”, the Christmas story poses a challenge for many. Note: This will be the only service we hold today…
- “Good Fortune Comes in Many Flavors” – UUNB Members & Friends
Dec 31st, 2023 10:30:am
Join us as we set our intentions for 2024 and guarantee that they manifest by invoking the magical powers of Lucky Blackeyes, Propitious Tamales, Good Fortune Oysters, or…whatever food your family eats at New Years to ensure prosperity and happiness. We will have a shortened service, then gather together for a fabulous lucky food potluck to kick off 2024 right! Sally Miniel will coordinate the feast, so if you have a question about what to bring, please talk to her at church or firstname.lastname@example.org