Sunday Services are held weekly thoughout the year at 11:00 a.m. with a social hour to follow.
Sunday May 17:
Rev. Kit Ketcham will deliver a sermon entitled
"The Story of the Flaming Chalice"
The Chalice has been the symbol of Unitarian Universalism since the fearful years of World War II, when it was used to help get Jews and other endangered people out of Nazi Germany. It began to be a ritual in Sunday worship services and other gatherings of UUs in the 1980’s. Rev. Kit Ketcham will speak about its significance in UU history and its meaning today.
Frank Logan will be the lay leader, Nancy Logan and Forrest & Natalie Dugan will provide refreshments, Michael Rowe be our greeter and Carrie Barnes will help with the children.