We are folks from many walks of life. We are folks with many opinions, ideas, and considerations. Our commonality is our shared beliefs and values. We have no dogma as there are many paths to truths and we are all seekers for truths.
We welcome diverse cultures, sexual orientations, ages, and races.
Our fellowship is lay led, our topics are wide-spread; however, we all abide by the common values as expressed in our seven principles.
Are you curious and inquiring? Are you tired of dogma-driven religions telling you how and what to believe?
You may already be a Unitarian Universalist but just don't know it!
Join with like-minded individuals for support, nourishment, and soul-searching too.
Retired educator, biologist/ecologist, volunteer program developer. Became a UU in 1975 when my husband and I realized we couldn't embrace creedal Christianity and discovered we had been UUs much longer than we actually knew!
Also musical director.
Mover and shaker, doer and active in several community programs.
Our oldest member and longest serving UU since 1957! Marcia has the wisdom and experience to move us forward.
A more in-depth look at our faith.