from Old English weorthscipe: "acknowledgment of worth"

We worship on Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m. Our building is wheelchair accessible, and our services are American Sign Language interpreted. Our Sanctuary is equipped with a Hearing Loop System for use with hearing aids or headsets available at church. Please contact us if you have any questions or need an accommodation, such as advance copy of Sunday texts, to participate more fully in worship with us.



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Religious Education for children and youth is offered most Sundays during worship.

July 2: "Groovy Buttons: An American Story" with Mark McWilliams; original music by Barb Barton, voice and guitar
This is a family-friendly service for all ages to enjoy together. RE classes for children and youth resume next week.

July 9: "Oxygen, Soda Water, Gunpowder, and You" with Rev. Kevin Tarsa, Minister of UU Community of the Mountains in Grass Valley, CA; music by clarinet duo Amy Kapp and Rachel Savage
The Second-Sunday Plate Collection is accepted for the Garden Project of the Greater Lansing Food Bank.

July 16: "The Great Outdoors" with Melany Mack; music by Kay Lovell on marimba, a vocal quintet, and more

July 23: "Epicureanism" with Kay Lovell; music by the Folk Band

July 30: "Pursuing One's Passion" with Lise Schools; music by Deb O'Connell, soprano

August 6: Dr. Glen Thomas Rideout, Director of Worship and Music at the First UU Congregation of Ann Arbor

August 13: Rev. Chip Rousch, Minister of First Unitarian Church of South Bend

August 20: "Tales from GA in the Big Easy" with our church's General Assembly delegates

August 27: "Transylvania" with Bob and Renee Swanson