Church… it’s not just for Sundays anymore.


Beginning in October, we will be holding Wednesday Night Church, for some midweek sustenance. Wednesday Night Church will begin with a potluck dinner, followed by a brief time for worship, programming and a closing circle. This is meant to be truly multi-generational, with at least one of the programs each month appealing to all ages. We’ll also offer childcare in the playroom for the very young, as well as a homework room for those who need to attend to schoolwork.


Wednesday Night Church will take place on the third Wednesday of each month, the first one being October 16, from 6-8pm. You’re invited to bring a dish to share for the potluck (you might also think about bringing your own dishware and cutlery to save on waste). Bring whatever you’re moved to bring and have faith that it will all work out!


“We see this as a great opportunity to bring together all ages for fellowship, worship and programming, and hope you will join us!” says Reverend Rebecca.


Programming this month will include:


A hymn sing. We will gather in the Sanctuary to explore our individual and community UU beliefs through the lens of our two hymnals. Everyone will be encouraged to share congregational songs that are especially meaningful or reflect important church beliefs and values, from which Barbara Owen and Justin Murphy-Mancini will craft a deep and meaningful musical journey.


Chalice making. Sharon Broll will lead us in creating beautiful terra cotta chalices. Take one home, and/or make one for use in our community!

If you’d like playroom care for your little one (ages 1-4 years), please RSVP by emailing Sharon Broll.


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