Upcoming Sunday Services

Virtual Worship Continues

UUCSS continues to worship virtually. Beginning on Sunday, October 10, 2021 we make the shift from pre-recorded services shared on YouTube to live broadcasts of our services through Zoom. Click here to learn more about how to join us for virtual worship.

Tune In to Worship Together, Outside!

Also, beginning on Sunday, October 10, weather permitting, everyone is encouraged to gather outside on campus at 10:00 to tune into the service on their smartphones or other devices with a data plan. You will need to stream the service using your data plan, not the church wifi, since the wifi cannot accommodate that many devices. Some chairs will be provided, but please bring a camping chair or blanket if you can, and the beverage of your choice. Please keep in mind that when at church everyone needs to

  • Wear a mask (covering both the nose and the mouth) when not actively eating and drinking
  • Social distance from other households/pods
  • Use church restrooms one household at a time

Our Planned Return to Limited Capacity Worship in the Sanctuary

We plan to re-open the Sanctuary with limited capacity for worship on Sunday, October 31, 2021. Please check back here closer to the end of the month for more details, and for the link to sign up to attend worship in-person.

“Remembrance Sunday” – Led by Rev. Kristin Grassel Schmidt

As people all over the world prepare to honor the dead in different ways, we will remember our ancestors and those in our families and communities whom we’ve loved and lost. Everyone is invited to send a picture or two of a friend or loved one you’d like honored during this service to minister@uucss.org. Please include the names (and birth and death…

“To Fix or Fight the System” – Led by Rev. Kristin Grassel Schmidt

162 years ago last month, in an attempt to arm slaves for revolt, John Brown led a raid on Harper’s Ferry. Of the six people who funded Brown’s raid, five were Unitarians. This week in worship we seek wisdom, warning, and courage from our past as we consider today’s liberal and radical perspectives on how to build a better world.