Looking for a progressive faith community that reflects your values?
We are a very progressive, warm, and energetic faith community committed to upholding the inherent worth and dignity of every person, and safeguarding the fragile balance of our environment. All are welcome.
We come from many religious backgrounds, and unite to seek meaning and spiritual deepening, and share faith’s essential works of justice and compassion.
Come to a Sunday Service
Services are at 10:30 a.m. Join us for an informal coffee hour after the services. Be sure to look for our Welcome table during coffee hour so you can visit with UUCSS members and learn more about our vibrant UUCSS community. Visit our main worship page for more information about what to expect in a worship service.
We suggest new visitors arrive a little early to fill out a guest card and pick up a nametag at the Welcome Table at the top of the stairs in the vestibule, adjacent to the Sanctuary. Filling out a guest card allows us to contact you about upcoming church events and activities to help you learn more about UUCSS, as well as provide you with information about our religious education programs and church membership.
Visitors are welcome to participate in any of the many activities, classes, and special events announced during Sunday Services, described in our all-church email, and on this website.
Programs for Children and Youth
We offer Religious Education (RE) for school-age children and Nursery Care for infants and toddlers at our 10:30 am service during the regular church year. Learn more about these programs. Children are also welcome to join their parents during Worship Services.
Learn more about Unitarian Universalism at www.uua.org.
- The Sanctuary and Community Hall are accessible to all via the elevator located on the lower floor of the Sanctuary building.
- An usher will be happy to assist you with any accommodations you may need, such as large print Orders of Service or hymnals, or assisted hearing devices.
- ASL Interpretation. The 10:30 service is interpreted in American Sign Language.