We have a great variety of December holiday events. Please join us for one or all of them!

Ongoing - Bring holiday gifts for Alpha House; Stop at the Christmas giving trees in the front entry and the lower level classroom wing entry

12/20 - "Sing for Peace" Winter Solstice sing-along, Sanctuary, 7:00 pm

12/21 - 150th Anniversary Forum "A Free and Responsible Search for Truth and Meaning", 1:00 pm

12/24 - "Candles and Carols" Christmas Eve Services, Sanctuary, 4:30, 7:00 and 9:00 pm

12/28 - "Alumni Voices" services followed by a reception for returning college students and other recent YRUU graduates following each service.


All men are invited to attend the special "gift stealing breakfast" at 8:15am at Holidays Restaurant at 2080 W Stadium, across from the Post Office.  Bring a wrapped gift to exchange that is under $10. Meetings are held on the third Saturday of each month. Questions? Contact Fred Lynch.

solsticesingCome out for a night of singing at the 3rd annual "Sing for Peace" Winter Solstice sing along in the Sanctuary, Saturday December 20, 7:00pm.   Join song leaders Jean Chorazyczewski, Lori Fithian, Eric Fithian, Jeanne Mackey, Linda Teaman, Tom Voiles, and friends in a candlelit Sanctuary to sing familiar songs of Peace, Hope, and Good Cheer that are sure to lift winter spirits. Invite family, friends, and neighbors - this event is open to the whole community. Spread the word.

"A Free and Responsible Search for Truth and Meaning" forum will be from 1:00 to 2:30 pm.  Come hear Barbara Lynn and Charley Burleigh express their views on being a UU Christian and a UU Buddhist within the UU liberal tradition.  Questions?  Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

givingtree smThere is now a Christmas tree in the front entrance of the building as well as one in the lower level classroom wing entry. Under these trees, items for Alpha House will be collected to assist in their mission to provide temporary shelter, food, and support services for local families and to help these families overcome barriers so that they can move into permanent housing.

By popular demand, the full text of Rev. Gail R. Geisenhainer's November 9 sermon, "Are You Saved?" is available for download (PDF).


In a strategic planning document called “Strengthening Our Connections,” the Congregation’s Board of Trustees invited us to make our land more accessible. Our Land for Worship Team has been working to do just that with three projects completed this fall.