Do you only gather on Sundays?
What provisions do you have for people with disabilities?
We also have reading glasses available from a Greeter.
For wheelchair accessibility: The main entrance is on to the foyer and Sanctuary (worship space) lounge, and wheelchair access is by the ramp on the left-hand side of the main doors. There is a ramp that takes you down into the hall, and also to a wheelchair accessible bathroom. At this time, there upper level is not wheelchair accessible. The lower level is accessible off the lower parking lot entrance (on the right-hand end of the building when you face the main entrance). If you would like to attend a service or event and want to know if it is wheelchair accessible, please contact our office, so that we can do our best to make our event accessible to you.
How do I get there?
Are you welcoming of all people?
What do Unitarians believe?
Unitarian believe a wide variety of things. You will find Unitarian Buddhists, Taoists, Christians, Agnostics, Atheists and Humanists as well as people who do not or cannot classify their beliefs. What we have in common are our seven principles, which form the foundation to how we want to be together in community and live in the world. We believe in creating a spiritual community where we can be accepted whatever we believe and however we want to make a difference in the world.
Unitarians believe that how we live our lives is the best way to show what we value. We have a different way to approach religion: we believe each person has the right to make their own decisions as to what they hold to be true and right—we choose not to have a set of beliefs our members are required to hold, or a particular teacher that we follow as a movement. That means there is more diversity in our midst (those who believe in God/a higher power, those who don’t and focus more on humans’ ability to do what’s right, and those who are still searching for how to name what they believe). People come from various religious backgrounds, and some from none at all.
What keeps people here together as a spiritual community?
What is there for our children? Is there childcare and/or Sunday School? What is taught?
What should I/my family wear to a service?
What can I expect when I come to a Sunday service?
After the service we have social time in the hall. On the 1st Sunday of each month, we have a potluck meal together. 3rd Sundays we offer some light refreshments. 2nd, 4th & 5th Sundays we spend time visiting after the service before we head off to our own evening meals.
5th Sundays – These interactive, fun multigenerational services are held in the hall.
Why are there Christian crosses around?
Unitarianism and Universalism. In practice, we use the word “Unitarian” as a shortcut for “Unitarian Universalist”. Both religions have long histories and have contributed important theological concepts that remain central to our movement.