Welcome to our Congregation. I’m so glad that you found our website. We are a small, but energetic group of liberal thinkers who meet every Sunday to worship in their own way as Unitarian Universalists. We are pleased to have you join us whether you are a Unitarian Universalist or whether you have never heard of Unitarian Universalism before.
As Unitarian Universalists, we believe in the inherent dignity and worth of each individual, and we strive to treat everyone with the respect they deserve. Our Congregation is made up of people from varied religious backgrounds who are searching for answers that they may not have found in more traditional religions.
I encourage you to give us a try on Sunday mornings. From September through June, our minister, Rev. Kim D. Wilson, gives sermons on the first and third Sundays of the month. The remaining Sundays are services that are given by members and friends of the congregations or guest speakers. The topics vary widely, from a discussion on the origins of religion to ethical eating to the beauty of poetry to growing food for the hungry. We have Discussion Sundays. Our services are sometimes unique and unusual, such as the ceremony for the Summer Solstice, but they are always thought provoking.
After participating in the first part of our service, children can go off to the classroom for Religious Education, which includes activities designed to help them learn about our principles, such as the interconnected web of life.
If you want to find out more about Unitarian Universalism before coming, I encourage you to visit uua.org, the website of the Unitarian Universalist Association. You will find a wealth of information there.
Come find us on Knight Street on any Sunday morning. When you come on Sunday at 10:00 a.m., one of our greeters will welcome you. After service, we invite you to share coffee, tea, some light refreshments and conversation with us.
We look forward to meeting you soon…….
James Furiosi, UUFP President