Upcoming Services

Sunday, July 25

"Moments of Calm"

Please join us this Sunday as we share a pre-recorded light-hearted meditative worship by the Greenville (SC) Unitarian Universalist Fellowship.  


You can find the service online at the link below. We invite you to watch any time on Sunday morning!

"Moments of Calm"

Sunday, August 1

"How To Be Good Company To Yourself"

Pre-recorded worship by the Massachusetts Summer Worship Tour


More than a year in and not quite over yet, the social isolation of this pandemic is wearing on all of us.  Hours or days go by with no one to talk to but our inner demons.  How to cope? Let's explore some good ways together. 

Rev. Edmund Robinson is recently retired from 11 years ministry at the UU Meeting House in Chatham; his wife Jacqueline Schwab is a pianist who is best known for her work on many of Ken Burns' documentaries.  Also appearing in this service is Rev. Tracy Johnson, the current minister of the Chatham Meeting House.

Recent Services

Past Sunday Services are available to watch on the UUFC YouTube Page: 


Sunday, July 18

"Beyond the Water's Edge"

These are uncertain and volatile times. These are times that call on us to work towards our collective liberation while also tending to our spiritual needs and caring for others. How do we ready ourselves for what is being asked of us? How do we keep moving even when we don’t feel ready?


UUA GA 2020 Sunday Worship Service

You can find the service online at the link below. We invite you to watch any time on Sunday morning!


UUA General Assembly 2020 Sunday Morning Worship: Beyond the Water's Edge

Sunday, July 11

"The Stories Behind the Symbol of the Flaming Chalice"

The flaming chalice has become the internationally-recognized symbol of the Unitarian Universalist movement. The philosopher A.N. Whitehead said that real symbols have the power to change history. The history of the chalice symbol is significant. The story begins in the 15th century and continues into the present.

Worship Leader: Rev. Christina Branum-Martin

Worship Associate: Karl Dieter

Sunday, July 4

"Who Am I?"

This past year's uprisings, violence, and disparities call on us to reflect on what our values are and how we might move towards justice and understanding in this country and in our denomination. Let us gather in worship as we reflect on what we are called to in this moment as Unitarian Universalists.

Worship Leader: Rev. Christina Branum-Martin

Sunday, June 27

UUA General Assembly Sunday Morning Worship"

Join us for the largest annual gathering of UUs joining in worship. 


Recognizing the importance of shared ministry and the many innovative approaches to worship created by congregations during the pandemic, UUA President, Rev. Dr. Susan Frederick Gray, selected the First Universalist Church of Minneapolis to serve as worship leaders for this year's GA Sunday Morning Service.

First Universalist has been a model of shared ministry and what it means to put the work of dismantling white supremacy and building anti-racist, anti-oppressive practices at the center of their ministry. They have been on the front lines in support of the Movement for Black Lives in Minneapolis, bringing spiritual care and moral leadership in the wake of George Floyd’s murder by police and the important uprisings for justice that followed. Children and families are a vital part of their ministry, and they have been using creative approaches to engage all ages in worship during the pandemic. Their leadership exemplifies some of the best practices for the creativity, spiritual depth, and moral leadership that is possible when we embrace the work of shared ministry rooted in love and justice.

Until Love Wins – Today’s challenging times require a nimble and resilient spirituality. We need a demanding, inspiring faith and a love strong enough that it will not let us go. Join us as we draw the circle wide, gather our strength, and promise to stay in the struggle and joy until love wins.

List of Presenters: Musicians, Franco Holder, Aimee K. Bryant, and Dr. Randal Buikema, and religious professionals, Lauren Wyeth, Julica Hermann de la Fuente, and Revs. Arif Mamdani, Karen Hutt, and Jen Crow will lead the service.