Sunday Services 9 & 11 am

Our Sunday morning Worship Services start at 9 and 11 a.m., beginning with Morning Song.

Church-wide Theme for April: freedom, spontaneity and play

Sunday worship

April 30: The Trickster and White Supremacy
Rev. Gail Seavey, Worship Associate Ron Turner
The Trickster is an archetype that helps us see both the glory and the limits of the freedom to be ourselves. This service will help us see how institutional racism keeps us all from being free.  NOAH will present a way we can help locally to dismantle that system.


Church-wide Theme for May: Interdependence

May 7: “Declaration of Interdependence”
Rev. Gail Seavey, Worship Associate Steve Haruch, Social Justice Co- Chair Jessica Moore-Lucas
We will explore connections across boundaries and borders, from the Good Samaritan to the Sanctuary church and from the U.S. Declaration of Independence to the UUA Declaration of Conscience.

May 14: “Tracing the Web of Interconnectedness”
Rev. Gail Seavey and Worship Associate Valerie Martin
The “butterfly effect” within chaos theory tells us that the smallest actions can send ripples much farther out than we’ll ever know, affecting situations and people in far-flung places. A missed train can lead to meeting the person you’ll later marry. As we examine our interconnectedness in big and small ways, we have many questions, including: how did we all end up here, in this place, together?

We will celebrate Child Dedications today. Please contact Gail Seavey ( by May 9 if you would like to know more about it or would like to participate.

May 21: “The Interdependent Web of All Ages”
FUUN Children and Youth, with their Volunteers and
Director of Lifespan Religious Education Marguerite Mills
Our children and youth are dependent on the adults in their lives, and further, the adults also depend on them—that’s the interdependent web of our 7th Principle at work. Come and
experience some of what our FUUN children and youth did this year. You can depend on them for some new insights and

May 28: “The Stream of Time” 
Rev. Gail Seavey and Worship Associate Rachel Rogers
Is time an illusion or is it as real as a DVD? Is there a past—a now— and a present? Or is change an illusion? Why do many pray for the dead on Memorial Day? Do their lives affect us now? Are we interdependent with people from times other than the present?


Children’s Religious Education Program

PreK K-1st Grade 2nd-3rd Grades 4th-5th Grades 6th-8h Grades
Celebrating Me and My World
Creating Home
Faithful Journeys
Love Connects Us
Building Bridges
Suzanne LeBeau, Mary Shelton
Christopher Cotton, LaWanna Edwards, Karen Kastler, Jennie Wolff
Kate Cotton, missy jean
Kathy Hiller, Will McLemore, Chas Sisk,
Eileen Finan, Dan Hiller
Brenna Hansen, Steve Haruch
Sharon Ruiz/Jake Hathaway, Ed Turnley
Brooke Gillon, Hannah Ingersoll Carolyn Reed, Kristin West,
Bethany Rittle Johnson, Mary Beth Ross
Arran Addington, Huxley King
30-Apr-17 People Teach Me Memories of Home Get Moving We are Active Creators of our Faith Cults: Lose Your Will, Lose Your Soul
7-May-17 People Know Me The Good Samaritan The Good Samaritan The Good Samaritan Neo-Paganism: The Sacredness of Creation
14-May-17 I Can Celebrate Last Day: Celebrate & RE Sunday prep Last Day: Celebrate & RE Sunday prep Last Day: Celebrate & RE Sunday prep Wider and Stronger
21-May-17                             Religious Education Sunday Multigenerational Worship Service


Youth FUUN

All youth in ninth–12th grades are invited to Youth Group, meeting Sundays (through May 21) from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. in the Youth Room (a.k.a. Norris House Conference Room). Join us in the sanctuary for the beginning of the 11 a.m. worship service – we sit together at the back of the short section closest to the piano and go down to the Youth Room together after the Story for All Ages. Please email or check in at the FUUN Family Welcome Table in the social hall if you have questions.


May Youth Programs

May  7 –  Field trip to the Frist Center for the Visual Arts for Buddhist art exhibit
May 14 – Senior Transitions (group says goodbye to seniors)
May 21 – RE Sunday; youth involved in services, including the Senior Rose Ritual

Jonah Eller-Isaacs,
Religious Education Administrator

*********************See also Sunday Services Visitor InformationChildcare is available in the Nursery for infants and Pre-K during the 9 a.m. service and for children up to 10 years old starting at 10:30 a.m. Click here to meet our childcare team.From September to May, we have a robust Sunday School Program for Children (PreK through 8th grade) and Youth Group meets from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.