Our Sunday Services
Special Note: All Sunday services are also streamed on Zoom. If you aren’t able to join us in person, we hope you’ll join us in Zoomland! Here is the LINK to the Zoom services.
What to Expect:
Our services begin at 10:30 am, though some people like to show up early to mingle and chat before the service.
Dress how you like; our minister sometimes likes to wear a suit on Sundays, but at other times wears jeans and a t-shirt. Laypeople dress ranges from shorts and sandals to pretty blouses and slacks. We’re a friendly bunch, so expect to be greeted!
The service itself usually opens with some music, a welcome, and announcements. We always light our flaming chalice, which is the symbol of our faith. There will be more singing during the service, and a message shared in one or several voices. There is always a moment for meditation and contemplation, and we always take some time to share joys and concerns both personal and global. At the end, we extinguish our chalice and sing a final hymn.
After the service, we often have something called AfterWords: a time of deepening reflection and discussion on the morning’s message. We hope you’ll join us with some of your own thoughts!