“All those of good will are welcome to join with us in our individual and collective search for truth and meaning, in a community where we commit ourselves daily to honoring the inherent worth and dignity of each person.”
Worship services are customarily held in the UUFP Sanctuary, Sundays, 9:30 and 11:15 a.m.
Presently, there is a single service at 11:00 a.m., in person in the Sanctuary and via Zoom. See "Upcoming Services" below for details.
Visit the Events Calendar, Google Calendar &/or COVID/Zoom Update for additional online activities and Zoom details.
Upcoming Services – sermons preached by Rev. Andrew Clive Millard unless otherwise noted.
How are You "Worth-shaping" in Your Life?
Etymology! Studying the origin of words and their evolving meanings through history enlarges the mind and provides much insight. Derived from the Old English, “weorthscipe,” the term “worship” literally means “worth-ship” or “worth-shape.” “Worthship” gives shape to what is worthy/is the quality of having worth. How expansive “worship” could be and is in our day to day lives—going far beyond the traditional perspective of what occurs during a service in a church or other customary place of worship.
To learn more about our worship services (including the UUA Holidays and Traditions celebrated at the Fellowship)and Sunday morning activities, visit Sunday Mornings. Need care for your children during these events? Visit Childcare Ministry.