Our summer services are more casual than they are the rest of the year: our choir takes a break, our minister takes some vacation time, and our formal religious education program for children and youth goes on hiatus until the fall. Children of all ages are always welcome and we will have a comfortable playroom for parents who may need to take them out of the service if they get fidgety. Most of the summer services will take place in the air-conditioned Parish Hall.

What doesn’t change, no matter the season, is our need to be together, to connect with old friends and welcome new ones. We gather in the spirit of peace and reverence, taking a deep breath to prepare our hearts, minds and souls for the week to come. If you have questions about our church or about Unitarian Universalism, please don’t hesitate to ask someone on the staff or to e-mail our minister. You can learn a lot about us on our website, but we want to learn about you, too. It is good to be together.