The Universe and Unitarian Universalism: An Easter Service-In-Person and Virtual Worship Service

Currently the Covid Act Now risk level is “Medium” so service attendees should expect that speakers and members of the choir may be removing their masks while speaking or singing. In an effort to accommodate those who may not be comfortable in this setting, we will continue to offer online services as well as ways to watch the service live-streamed in other parts of the the building. This Sunday our sign that reads “Everyone welcome” means everyone of every age with face masks required and other mitigation practices in place. Thanks so much for your cooperation in helping to keep our congregation and our community safe.

(You can watch our worship service streamed at 11 am on our Facebook page, or our website and also on our YouTube channel

Did you know the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has hired 24 theologians to help prepare humanity for the possibilities of discovering extraterrestrial life? This initiative is designed to assess how the world religions might respond to learning there is life on other planets. On Easter Sunday before Earth Day we will reflect on our growing knowledge of the universe and ask ourselves the question, “How universal is Unitarian Universalism?”