Next Service

Scrapping ‘Normal’

Kari Fordice, a 30-year-old woman who has Down Syndrome, and her mother, Deb, will use speaking, visuals, and music to explore the role of normalcy in the shaping of individual and communal identities so we may more deeply see “the inherent worth and dignity of every person.”

Community Partner Support

Sunday service cash offerings and designated checks are donated each week to a community organization. Learn more

Community partner this month

  • Johnson County Neighborhood Centers is our June Community Partner Johnson County Neighborhood Centers is our June Community PartnerJCNC offers long-term commitment to families in the several neighborhoods they serve. They offer a consistent and stable presence and provide a balanced mixture of programs (e.g., preschool and after-school) and activities that build community and teach new skills.

Featured Events


  • Now Accepting Summer Service Proposals

    The UUS Worship Associates have begun planning for our lay-led summer services, which will be built around the theme of “Identity.” Submit a service proposal and share your stories, thoughts, and insights.

  • Read “Justice on Earth” for Apr. 28 discussion

    We will discuss “Justice on Earth,” a powerful and penetrating look at environmental justice from 14 Unitarian Universalist thinkers and activists, following the service on Apr. 28. Copies are available for borrowing, or you may purchase a copy through the UUA Bookstore.

  • Newcomers invited to Inquirer Sessions after services

    Newcomers and visitors are invited to attend an Inquirer Session after Sunday service. Topics rotate each week and allow you to learn more Unitarian Universalism and opportunities to get involved in groups and activities. Sessions begin at 11:10 in the conference room.