Light & Hope in the Face of the Unknown

What can the story of Advent and Hanukkah say to us as UUs in our time of preparation for new beginnings?


We are always delighted to welcome guests! If this is your first time visiting a Unitarian Universalist church or our congregation, here’s some idea of what to expect:

A warm greeting at the door. We gather for Sunday worship at 10:30am, but you might want to arrive a bit early to chat and choose a seat.

A non-judgmental space. We welcome people of all abilities, ages, races, ethnicities, genders, sexual orientations, and creeds.

Accessible facilities. We welcome and affirm people of all abilities with accessible grounds and services. Greeters and ushers are available to assist you.

Reach out to with any questions about the church or this worship service.

Order of Service

  • Welcome
  • Announcements
  • Opening Hymn: #203, All Creatures of Earth and Sky
  • Land Acknowledgment
  • Chalice Lighting: Across the Distance by Laura Thompson
  • Hymn: #221, Light One Candle
  • Call to Worship
  • Candles of Joys, Sorrows & Gratitude
  • Musical Meditation
  • Homily: Light and Hope in Face of the Unknown, Mileva Saulo Lewis
  • Offertory
  • Extinguishing the Chalice
  • Benediction
  • Closing Hymn: #338, I Seek the Spirit of a Child