Our Worship Services

Traditional Services

 Our traditional services begin at 10:30am and end at 11:45am with messages given by Rev. Laura Shennum, guest speakers or members of CUUF. During the summer, there are busy bags for children available during the service. Please join us for coffee and fellowship immediately following the service.

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Our theme for the summer is our 7th principle –

respect for the interdependent web of life of all existence of which we are all a part.

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August 4, 2019

CommUnity

10:30am Service:

Speaker:  Conner Dahlin

Celebrant: Deb Bryant & Joel Courtney

Returning speaker, Connor Dahlin will be outlining the nuances of community. This talk will speak on how to become more involved with our local community, what it takes to form healthy communities, and the subtle intricacies of individualism and communal mindedness.

August 11, 2019

The Ecology of Human Connection

10:30am Service

Rev. Lynn Madsen
Celebrant: Steve Clelm 

We know humans are social animals; we naturally organize into pairs and families and tribes. But how and why does that happen. What are the actual bonds that hold us together, how do they form and how do they operate? How do we maintain them and how can they be repaired? We will see what light science and story and song can shed on these questions.

August 18, 2019

Heroes to Helpers

10:30am Service

Speaker: Joel Courtney

Celebrant: Lynn Madsen

The stories we tell ourselves and each other shape our lives and how we see the world. Popular culture often shows us one version of supporting others. How have those stories affected our perceptions and what stories would better serve our world.

August 25, 2019

Hope For our Earth

10:30am Service

Speaker: Christina Davitt & Marya Madsen

Our Seventh UU Principle calls us to respect the interdependent web of life of which we are a part. Join us for an interactive, practical and fun service as we use this Principle to discover the light we can shine as UUs to bring hope to our earth in the face of continuing climate change?