These are some Frequently Asked Questions for people who plan to visit us:
- What is Unitarian Universalism?
- What goes on during the worship services?
- Where and when do you meet?
- Are your buildings accessible to people in wheelchairs?
- What do children do during the service?
- What do adults wear?”
Unitarian Universalism is a unique denomination, because we have different beliefs about the nature of God. We have a set of common principles, which focus on action, not beliefs.
What goes on during the worship services?
Our services typically include Announcements, a voluntary “Joys and Concerns” ceremony to share what is happening in our lives and communities, a Hymn or two, a Reading, a Silent Meditation and a sermon or lecture. Taken together the service usually lasts an hour to an hour and a half.
Where and when do you meet?
Map Page has links to Google Maps for you to find our various meeting places and times.
Sonora and Groveland are. The historic “Old School House” in Douglas Flat is not. We apologize.
At the moment, the question is moot. We don’t have any children who attend. You are welcome to bring a child, but we do not have any nursery care as of yet.
Our members wear everything from jeans and tee-shirts to their “Sunday-go-to-meeting” best. We want everyone to feel comfortable and to participate as much or as little as they want. There are no “musts” except for respect for oneself and others.