Worship

Worship With Us

Worship services are held every Sunday morning at 10:30. Children always begin in the service before going to Faith Development classes which continue during the service. Of course, children may choose to remain with their parents in the service if they prefer. Several services throughout the year are multigenerational, during which all ages worship together. Services are organized into themes which run for several Sundays.

We strive to be accessible. Large-print orders of service and assistive listening devices are available. The main floor of the sanctuary is wheelchair accessible.

Arrive a few minutes early to find a seat, calm your spirit and enjoy a musical prelude. You may light a candle and/or fill out a prayer card at the front of the sanctuary. Prayer cards are read aloud during the service.

Living the Dream

Peace flags made at First Unitarian Church

Martin Luther King, Jr. had a dream that America could live in the Beloved Community of racial reconciliation. Mahatma Gandhi had a dream that India could be free. Both of them believed in nonviolence. We have work to do to carry on their efforts and live into their dreams for humanity. 

Sunday mornings 10:30AM  

Sunday, January 26, 2020
A Mighty Church

Living our values in the world requires courage and vision. We will imagine what lies ahead for First Unitarian Church, and name the spiritual disciplines which will help us achieve our goals. The Rev. Sarah Stewart preaching. The Annual Meeting of the parish follows the worship service.
Service Music: We welcome back Athene Wilson to sing favorite Gospels solos with the Festival Choir: Where the Spirit Is; Hold to God's Unchangin' Hand; City Called Heaven; We Rise Again
Faith Development: Join us as we learn how Gandhi became an expert in peaceful civil resistance.

Sunday, February 2, 2020
The Journey to Peace

Join us for an engaging multigenerational service as we recreate Gandhi's trial for Sedition by the British Government and discover the 7 SuperVillians working to destroy our world as we know it. Led by Director of Faith Development Juliet Donaldson and young people in the Faith Development program.
Service Music: We welcome Greta Koning, soprano

Sunday, February 9, 2020

Service Music: The choir sings favorites:
O How Amiable, and
Look at the World (Rutter)
Faith Development: Join us as we begin our unit on Superheroes of the Bible and learn about Moses the Stranger in a Strange Land

Sunday, February 16, 2020

Service Music: The choir sings a variety of anthems from spiritual to meditative newage:
Spirit Moving Over Chaos,
Elijah Rock,
Gotta Serve Somebody (duet with Christina White and Ray Bauwens)
Faith Development: We'll learn the story of Moses and the Burning Bush

Sunday, February 23, 2020

Service Music: The choir sings spirituals and a new classical anthem that match the theme of Heroes of the Hebrew Bible: The Battle of Jericho
Fire in the Furnace
Rich In Promise
Faith Development: We'll learn about Moses and the Ten Commandments and ask what Commandments do we live by?

Sunday, March 1, 2020
Gotta Serve Somebody

Service Music: The choir sings lively anthems:
Ain't Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me Around
Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel?
Psalm 100 (a modern arrangement with a beat and string bass)
Faith Development: We'll hear the story of Moses and the Israelites in the Wilderness