Worship Schedule

All Sunday services begin at 10:30 a.m. The worship calendar is subject to change on short notice.

All Sunday services are offered in a multi-platform format, both in person and on Zoom. Please check the Worship Schedule and the weekly newsletter for more updates about our transition back to in-person worship. If the COVID-19 conditions worsen, we may have to return to fully online worship services.

Sunday, October 2, 2022: Heretics and Rebels

Led by Rev. Rachel Baker, Interim Minister







Sunday, October 9, 2022: TBA

Led by Rosemary Summers, Guest Worship Leader

Sunday, October 16, 2022: Stages of Faith

Led by Rev. Rachel Baker, Interim Minister

In Unitarian Universalism, we are encouraged to investigate our spiritual journey, recognizing that our beliefs about the world change and grow as we change and grow.





Sunday, October 23, 2022: Healing From Religious Trauma

Led by Rev. Rachel Baker, Interim Minister






Sunday, October 30, 2022: All Souls

Led by Rev. Rachel Baker, Interim Minister

It has been said that this is the time of year when the veil between life and death is thin. We take this time to honor and remember those who have died. Members and friends of the congregation are invited to bring photos, items that remind them of loved ones, flowers, or candles to the service (either on Zoom or in person). We will build a shared altar on the Chancel table and share what we brought. Those on Zoom may hold their items to the screen and write in the Zoom Chat.

Sunday, November 6, 2022: TBA

Led by Zanna McKay, Guest Worship Leader

Sunday, November 13, 2022: Breaking Bread

Led by Rev. Rachel Baker, Interim Minister

All are welcome to partake in a Covid-adapted, Unitarian Universalist style communion during this whole-congregation worship service. Children, youth, and adults will set the table together, light candles, offer thanksgving and gratitude, and break metaphorical and physical bread together. Those on Zoom may bring corn bread and apple cider or something of your choosing to your screen.


Sunday, November 20, 2022: Transgender Day of Remembrance

Led by Rev. Rachel Baker, Interim Minister

Each year on November 20th, people across the globe set aside time to honor the memory of the transgender people whose lives were lost in acts of anti-transgender violence. All are welcome to UUSO’s service. If you are joining by Zoom, you are invited to bring a candle and matches or a lighter to your screen.


Sunday, November 27, 2022: TBA

Sunday, December 4, 2022: After the Pastor

Led by Rev. Rachel Baker, Interim Minister

Religious communities are meant to be welcoming, loving, and trusting communities. But our pews and pulpits are filled by people who make a diversity of choices — some of which are healthy, nurturing, and supportive, while others are disruptive, harmful, and sometimes even illegal. These choices impact the congregation’s relationships far into the future. The good news is that congregations may celebrate the nurturing relationships and heal past disruptive behaviors.

Sunday, December 11, 2022: At One

Led by Rev. Rachel Baker, Interim Minister

What does it take to forgive ourselves and each other? How do we make amends? Coming back together after time away.





Sunday, December 18, 2022: Winter Solstice

Led by Rev. Rachel Baker, Interim Minister

Let us gather around the fire and welcome the sun back to the northern hemisphere.





Saturday, December 24, 2022: Christmas Eve

Led by Rev. Rachel Baker, Interim Minister

The Christmas Eve service is a time to gather together, sing favorite hymns, light candles, listen to the ancient Christmas stories of hope, and rejoice in the coming new beginning. Everyone is invited to dress up as their favorite Christmas character.



Sunday, December 25, 2022: Snow Churches

Led by Rev. Rachel Baker, Interim Minister

Gather for a casual Christmas worship service and hear a story of three churches built with snow.