Worship

Worship at NUUC

In keeping with the Universalist tradition of hearing the spiritual voice of all congregants, NUUC schedules our minister to give three sermons per month with the other Sunday services led by laypersons from the congregation or outside speakers and ministers.

The content and format of services vary considerably.  We recommend that visitors come back several times to get a full appreciation of how we worship at NUUC.  To get a sense of the sermon messages, we have archived selected past sermons.  Learn more about Our Traditions and A Typical Year at NUUC.

Children participate in our religious education program and children’s chapel.  Learn more about our Children’s Religious Education program.

UPCOMING WORSHIP SCHEDULE

All services led by Rev. Susan Ritchie unless otherwise noted.


    • October 22, 2017 - Sunday Service

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      Cleaning House with Sisyphus.  Struggle can be noble, but there are spiritual dangers in thinking it redemptive.   

       


    • October 29, 2017 - Sunday Service

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      What if the mythical creatures and hauntings of this time of year represented valuable forms of repressed knowledge, trying to get our attention?


    • November 1, 2017 - Community Autumn Ritual

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      All are welcome to our community-wide autumn ritual, an earth-centered celebration of final harvest, apple fest, and the magic of autumn.  We’ll honor our ancestors and prepare for winter with seasonal poetry, ritual, music, and food.  7:00 PM, North Unitarian Universalist Congregation.  Invite your friends!


    • November 5, 2017 - Sunday Service

      By Your Groups You Shall Know Them: In Praise of Voluntary Association(s).  The younger children are with us for the first part of worship, and the sixth graders and up for the whole service,  as we introduce this month’s theme in worship and religious education, “Alliance.”


    • November 12, 2017 - Sunday Service

      NUUC member Traci Aquara offers the worship today.