You can find the complete program for each Sunday Service on the Orders of Service page.

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  • March 19: Varieties of Gifts

    Join us this Sunday at 10:30 a.m. as Rev. Greg offers his message, “Varieties of Gifts.” Each of us has gifts to share, our time, our talent, our financial resources. For this church to be a place of possibility, a place of love, compassion, and hope, we are each called to...

  • March 12: The Promise of Courageous Love

    Join us for worship this Sunday at 10:30 a.m. as we welcome guest speaker Rev. Rebecca “Beckett” Coppola who brings her message, “The Promise of Courageous Love.” We are a faithful people dedicated to courageous love. This idea has implications on how we approach each other, covenantal community, and our...

  • March 5: Social Justice as Spiritual Practice

    Join us this Sunday at 10:30 a.m. as we welcome guest speaker Rev. Greg Chute who brings us his message, “Social Justice as Spiritual Practice.” We Unitarians and Universalists claim to have a deep commitment to social justice. Many of us also claim to be searching for something we often call...

  • February 26: The Soul’s Work

    Join us this Sunday at 10:30 a.m. as Rev. Greg concludes our monthly ministry theme of Solitude with his message, “The Soul’s Work.” Our music will be performed by the Mill Creek Choir under the direction of Kristen Tosh-Morelli, with Pam Allenstein, pianist. Children’s Religious Education This Sunday we welcome...

  • February 19: Soul Fights

    Join us this Sunday at 10:30 a.m. when Rev. Greg returns to the pulpit with his message, “Soul Fights.” Our music will be performed by Tristan Leung. Tristan is studying Music Education with a concentration in piano at the University of Delaware. View the Order of Service Children’s Religious Education...

  • February 12: The Search for Truth

    Join us this Sunday at 10:30 a.m. as we welcome guest speaker Richard J. Grzwinski who will present his message, “The Search for Truth.” In our “free and responsible search for truth and meaning,” would we know “Truth” when we encounter it? Is our search for truth a “fool’s errand?”...