Sunday Worship – 10 AM Prelude; 10:30 AM Service
Due to the severe spike in COVID cases in the Washington, DC area, UUCSS continues offering all-virtual services until further notice. Please visit our YouTube page (https://www.youtube.com/c/UUCSS) on Sundays at 10:30 am and click on the Live Premiere to tune into worship (prelude begins at 10:00 am). Or, you can just click the direct link in the Sunday morning all-church email reminder. We look forward to returning to hybrid services (offering both online and in-person in the Sanctuary) when the current COVID variant surge subsides.
To tune in to the service virtually, simply click below at or after 10:00 a.m. on Sunday morning:
Virtual Worship Service Link – UUCSS YouTube Channel – Premieres at 10 am
Past services are also available at the UUCSS YouTube Channel for replay.
The Prelude begins at 10:00 AM
Worship begins at 10:30 AM.
American Sign Language Interpretation will be available during the service by entering the following into the Zoom app for the ASL Zoom session:
Meeting 993 079 449, Passcode: 703 973
Coffee Hour begins at about 11:30 am on Zoom at this Link: Coffee Hour
Zoom Meeting ID: 939 1317 7189
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