We Are Unitarian Universalists (Copyright – Unitarian Universalist Association – www.uua.org)

Aaron at pulpitWe hold regular worship Sunday morning services at 10 am, September through June. Lay-led services are held in July and August. Religious Exploration (RE) classes and child care are provided during services in the regular church year, beginning with the last Sunday in September. Additionally, we host a Soulful Sundown Vesper Service at 6 pm on the first Sunday of the month.

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The parking lot in front of the church is available primarily for those with mobility needs, visitors, and families with small children.  Parking is also available in the lot across the street and next door at Bancroft School.


We are wheelchair accessible and have an assistive listening system. Large-print hymnals and Orders of Service are available. Talk with us about any other accommodations that can help you be a full participant.

assistive hearing devices

Worship Notes

Worship includes readings, music, a reflection from the minister, and an optional time to share the joys and sorrows that mark the significant milestones of our lives.  Services are typically led by Rev. Aaron Payson but may also be led by a lay leader with a guest speaker.  Worship services last 60 – 75 minutes.


Child care is provided for children younger than 4; children between pre-kindergarten and grade 7 are invited to attend Religious Exploration classes during the 10 am service; high school Youth Group is held on Sunday evenings.

Soulful Sundown Vesper Services are held on the first Sunday of the month at 6 pm from September to June.

people smile while watching a video during the service

Coffee and Conversation

We invite you to stay for coffee and conversation after the Sunday morning services so you can get to know us. We want to get acquainted, to answer your questions, and to learn how we might support you in your religious journey. Find us at the Information Table in Fellowship Hall or join us for Conversations with Newcomers, held the first Sunday of each month after the regular church service.

If you have questions about our programs, or about becoming a member of this religious community, please feel free to speak with the pastor or any member of the congregation.

We hope that you enjoy your time with us! 

people gather for a meal in Fellowship Hall