As our Jewish neighbors get ready to observe Yom Kippur, we may be inspired to take stock of our own spiritual lives and of the responsibilities we have for each other. Certain practices can help us to strengthen ourselves and our congregation. Return to sources of strength and resilience. Maintain a spiritual practice. Connect with and care for the divinity in each other.
This will be our first worship service following our new, community-building format, with people of all ages worshiping together for the first 15 minutes before school-age children and their teachers leave for Religious Education classes. Nursery care for children up to age 3 is available throughout the service.
We have one worship service at 10:30 am. Coffee hour will take place after the service.
ASL and Religious Education
- American Sign Language (ASL) interpreting services are provided.
- Nursery care is provided by professional staff.
- We offer Preschool thru 8th Grade RE Programing during the service.
- High Schoolers participate in YRUU (Young Religious Unitarian Universalists).
Please contact DRE@uucss.org for details.