Our Sunday worship services are the cornerstone of UUCA, a time when most of our members gather.
There are two each morning – 9:15 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. (with a single 10:15 a.m. service in the summer).
The service usually includes music, readings, reflections, and a sermon – although at times they may be different and creative in form. We offer free nursery care for infants and toddlers and a religious education program for children and youth during both services. For high schoolers, there is a youth group that meets only during the 11:15 service.
We also have a “Worship Café” – a large reception room where our services are livestreamed. Families with restless children or anyone who
prefers to kick back with a cup of coffee or a snack gather in the Café for the service.
Please stick around after the service for our coffee hour in our Fellowship Hall. If you are a first time visitor or newcomer, we invite you to bring your coffee to our Welcome Room where you can meet our members and staff in a smaller and more intimate setting.
Our Sunday worship services and special events are livestreamed over the internet. For recordings of past services, click on the “Archives” tab below.
Sunday, October 22, Worship Service. A special United Nations Sunday service with Rev. Aaron in the pulpit, Frank Corsoro as Worship Associate and Marietta Tanner, UUCA’s Envoy to the Unitarian Universalist United Nations Office, gives the Story for All Ages. Music is by Polymnia Handbell Choir. Order of Service HERE.