SCUU Worship and Services

If you're coming to a Unitarian Universalist service for the first time, you may find it very similar in some ways to the services of other religions you may be used to. It lasts an hour, there is a podium from which a minister usually speaks, and the congregation sings hymns. But there may be much more variety and participation from the congregation in a UU service, especially at SCUU.

The sermons we enjoy each week tend to focus on community, spirituality, family, personal growth, and helping to find a harmonious path through our modern discordant world. We preach no strict dogma, and welcome people who consider themselves Buddhist, Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Pagan, atheist, or of any other viewpoint. We find that when we bring all of these perspectives to the Unitarian Universalist table, we all grow.