Our services invite you to explore your own religious identity,
provide ideas for every day practice of your faith,
and provide new ideas and new ways of thinking about the world around us.


Below are some typical sermons you might hear. Want more? Join us! See all Upcoming Service topics. And, view What To Expect for information about our Service structure.

Living in the Neutral Zone with Rev. Stephen Landale
During this pandemic, we’re experiencing individual and family changes. We’ll turn to the work of William Bridges, author of Transitions, for guidance, as well as colorful examples of characters who did (or did not) respond to cataclysmic changes.
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This I Believe with Jerry Reed
Jerry will discuss how his humanist values and beliefs guide his daily life and interaction with family, friends and the greater community. He will explain his commitment to working for greater peace, justice and a better life for all.
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People Magic with Margaret Keip
Let’s dive into the empowerment and possibility that Dr. Roger Howe perceived in our UU principles when he visited our pulpit 4 weeks ago. Margaret Keip offers a way to practice, guaranteed to transform relationships.
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I Believe In Good with Rev. Byron Carrier
This slogan from the American Humanists fits our religion just fine. I’ll affirm the Humanist aspect of our evolving religion, along with the Naturalist, Deist, and Christian.
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