Sunday Services

Sunday services are held at 10:30 am every Sunday morning during the church year, which spans the beginning of September to mid-June. 

This Sunday 

Summer services are at 9:30 AM on Zoom. This year we will have two formats for services.  One type will be live services, as we've had in the past, lead by our own UUCM members on a variety of topics that they wish to share with us. The second form of services are recorded ones from the Prairie Summer Worship Co-Op, a group of UU Congregations that joined together to help us ponder the question "As we move into the next season of our lives together, how do we open up to the possibilities of what comes next?"

This Sunday, July 25, the service will be from the First Unitarian Church of Omaha, Omaha, NE., with Rev. Shari Woodbury.

Both types of services will be introduced and hosted by members of the Summer Service Team. If you would like to be a part of the Team or speak on a topic at a service, please contact Roxanne at
Thank you!

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What to expect at a regular Sunday Service:

There are members at the entrance to greet you. They can help you get acquainted with us and answer questions you may have about our congregation and Unitarian Universalism. In the hymnal rack you will find a Welcome pamphlet with information about us and about Unitarian Universalism.

Hearing devices and large print hymnals are available at the rear of the sanctuary.

After the service, we invite you to join us in the Holyoke Room for coffee, refreshments, and conversation; just follow the crowd. There you will find the Information Table which has more information especially for you.

Outside past the patio is our beautiful memorial garden where you are invited to sit and enjoy the solitude.

If you have children, we have a very active Religious Education Program. To learn more, go directly to the page on Religious Education for Children and Youth.

Our bulletin boards in the hallway display the social and education calendar and postings of other social events and activities. Someone will be able to talk to you about any activity that interests you.