Covid-19 Info & Updates

Services are multiplatform (with both in-person and virtual participation available). Masks are required inside when in shared spaces. Masks are not required for small/medium groups who have come to a covenantal agreement. Click to learn more about our Gathering Plan and the overall UUS COVID response. Read more »

UUS services

If you’re curious about UUS and our worship style, viewing one of the service recordings listed below is a great introduction. Note that Rev. Diana Smith leads the majority of our services, but lay members and visitors lead all summer services and fill the pulpit once a month during the regular church year.

November 20th- How We Come Together in Covenant

Join us for this all-ages service of commitment led by Nic Kaplan and Marsha Cheyney. As part of the service, the Religious Education (RE) Team will lead us in covenanting with Nic as our “new” Director of Religious Education.

Find more information on this Sunday at https://www.uusic.org/services/11-20-22

If you are a visitor, and would like to let us know you have participated in our service today, you are invited to fill out a UUS Visitor form: https://forms.gle/4tefFpSCjEXiSPnj9

November Offerings Benefit the Free Lunch Program. Donate online at http://bit.ly/UUSPartner, or mail a check to UUS with “Free Lunch Program” on the memo line. You can also make a gift or pledge payment to our Operating Budget: donate online at http://bit.ly/UUSOperating, text “GivetoUUSIC Operating” to 73256, or mail a check to the office with “operating” or “pledge” on the memo line (also write “pledge” if you’d like to apply to an existing stewardship pledge).
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November 13th- Pathfinder or Whack-a-Mole?

We will explore the challenges of energy expenditure as we create intentional paths of inclusion while being able to quickly respond to what arises. CB Beal will give the sermon for this service led by Jeff Walberg and Brenda Linley.

Find more information on this Sunday at https://www.uusic.org/services/11-13-22

If you are a visitor, and would like to let us know you have participated in our service today, you are invited to fill out a UUS Visitor form: https://forms.gle/4tefFpSCjEXiSPnj9

The offerings in November will benefit the Free Lunch Program. Donate online at http://bit.ly/UUSPartner, or mail a check to UUS with “Free Lunch Program” on the memo line. You can also make a gift or pledge payment to our Operating Budget: donate online at http://bit.ly/UUSOperating, text “GivetoUUSIC Operating” to 73256, or mail a check to the office with “operating” or “pledge” on the memo line (also write “pledge” if you’d like to apply to an existing stewardship pledge).
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November 27th- Remembering Trans Lives

Remembering trans lives prompts new visions of how to build a just world in the present. Stories of the real lives of trans people frame our celebration of those who recreate gender, opening space for living in power and justice. This service is in honor of Trans Day of Remembrance and will be led by Nic Kaplan and Jenna Supp-Montgomerie.

Find more information on this Sunday at https://www.uusic.org/services/11-27-22

If you are a visitor, and would like to let us know you have participated in our service today, you are invited to fill out a UUS Visitor form: https://forms.gle/4tefFpSCjEXiSPnj9

November Offerings Benefit the Free Lunch Program. Donate online at http://bit.ly/UUSPartner, or mail a check to UUS with “Free Lunch Program” on the memo line. You can also make a gift or pledge payment to our Operating Budget: donate online at http://bit.ly/UUSOperating, text “GivetoUUSIC Operating” to 73256, or mail a check to the office with “operating” or “pledge” on the memo line (also write “pledge” if you’d like to apply to an existing stewardship pledge).
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November 6th: Making Good Trouble Pt 2

John Lewis reminds us to “make some noise and get in good trouble, necessary trouble.” At UUS we strive to act on our values and principles. Can we do more? Miriam Kashia and Sally Hartman will share personal stories about stretching our boundaries. We can make a difference! Let’s put out the fire!

Find more information on this Sunday at https://www.uusic.org/services/11-06-22

If you are a visitor, and would like to let us know you have participated in our service today, you are invited to fill out a UUS Visitor form: https://forms.gle/4tefFpSCjEXiSPnj9

November Offerings Benefit the Free Lunch Program. Donate online at http://bit.ly/UUSPartner, or mail a check to UUS with “Free Lunch Program” on the memo line. You can also make a gift or pledge payment to our Operating Budget: donate online at http://bit.ly/UUSOperating, text “GivetoUUSIC Operating” to 73256, or mail a check to the office with “operating” or “pledge” on the memo line (also write “pledge” if you’d like to apply to an existing stewardship pledge).
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October 30th: Honoring Ancestors (and the Ancestors in Us)

Come together for an all ages, interactive worship service honoring our ancestors and the ancestors we will become. We will honor all of our ancestors (ancestors of blood, power, affinity, and place) with a special ritual that will also have us explore the ancestors we hope to become.

Find more information on this Sunday at https://www.uusic.org/services/10-30-22

If you are a visitor, and would like to let us know you have participated in our service today, you are invited to fill out a UUS Visitor form: https://forms.gle/4tefFpSCjEXiSPnj9

The offering this Sunday will benefit the Common Fund. Donate online at http://bit.ly/UUSPartner, or mail a check to UUS with “Common Fund” on the memo line. You can also make a gift or pledge payment to our Operating Budget: donate online at http://bit.ly/UUSOperating, text “GivetoUUSIC Operating” to 73256, or mail a check to the office with “operating” or “pledge” on the memo line (also write “pledge” if you’d like to apply to an existing stewardship pledge).
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