Sunday Services:

10 a.m. Oct. 4:  "Stories of Our Own"

We are surrounded by stories -- those we tell ourselves, those we tell others and those repeated through our culture. These stories have the power to hide or reveal truth and meaning. They frame the way we relate to each other and the world around us. They lift people up or break people down. They evoke despair or optimism. By remaining attentive to our stories, can we collectively create the space for a brighter future to emerge? Our speaker, Andre Mol, is a candidate for UU ministry and currently attends seminary at Meadville Lombard Theological School. Through his varied experiences in filmmaking, leadership development, and seminary, he has become interested in exploring the role of transformative stories and dialogue in our spiritual lives. He lives in Brandon, VT with his wife and two young children.


Looking Ahead:

10 a.m. Oct. 11: Guest Speaker from Canton UU



Proposed By-Law Changes

The Congregation approved By-Law Changes. Please find these changes on the back bulletin board at the Fellowship, or here. The Fall Congregational meeting is on Sunday, Oct. 18.

See our special Chalice issue here


Our Plan for Growth

This September, we kick off our new Campaign for Growth, which focuses on two goals: making people feel welcome and increasing attendance at services and other congregational events. Read more in our September newsletter. Or view the entire plan here.

Congregational Survey Results

Read the report from a Council on Shared Ministry brainstorming session on our 2015 Congregational Survey ( or view the actual survey results (