Sunday Services: 10:30am

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The UUCE mission is to be a vibrant and inclusive religious community.

We INSPIRE personal and spiritual growth. We CONNECT in fellowship and service. We ACT for Peace and Justice

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If you are visiting with us for the first time on Sunday, please know that you are welcome! Unitarian Universalists have no shared creed; we come together in covenant to embrace diverse and inclusive teachings that help us responsibly search for truth and meaning. We gather on Sunday mornings to learn to live more wisely, to live with more connection, and to deepen our compassion.  Since we do not follow a proscribed liturgy, our services vary. We suggest you visit us more than once to have a better understanding of our religious community.

We are a Welcoming Congregation, having made a commitment to opening our doors to people of all sexual orientations and gender identities, both individuals and their families. Further information can be found HERE.

As you prepare for your visit, wear what you please. You will see people dressed in everything from business casual to shorts and jeans.

Our building is fully wheelchair accessible with no steps. There are handicapped parking spots. Hearing assist devices are available on the usher’s table. Service animals are welcome.

When you enter there will be a greeter, welcoming you and inviting you to sign the visitor book and wear a paper name tag. We will point out the coat rack, nursery, children’s classroom, restrooms, and sanctuary. We will hand you a new visitor’s packet. 

An usher, just inside the sanctuary, will welcome you to sit in any place that feels comfortable. Elements of the service will be projected on the sanctuary screens; hymnals are provided as needed.
Children are invited to sit in the service. Nursery care is provided for infants through kindergarten age children, while classes are provided for older children. Further information on our Children’s Religious Education program can be found here.

More information about what happens during the Sunday services can be found here.

We will invite you to join us for coffee and conversation following the service; this, of course, is optional. We hope you will stay, but we understand if you wish to quietly slip out.  Either way, we hope you come back again.