Welcome to West Shore Unitarian Universalist Church

Our faith is a spiritually alive and justice-centered religion. Unitarian Universalists search for truth along many paths. Instead of centering our religion on specific beliefs, we gather around shared moral values that include the inherent worth and dignity of every person.

"Our Mission is to inspire more people to lead lives of meaning and purpose."
Worship
Service time at 10:15 a.m.
Membership
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Religious Education
Finding your spiritual self
for children, youth and adults.
Shorelines
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WS Child Care Center
Where children are cherished!
Service and Justice
Serving needs greater
than your own.
Making Connections
There is more to church life
than Sunday mornings!

Upcoming Sunday Sermons

The Battle for Christmas

Sunday, December 11, 10:15 am

Rev. Patricia Hart, Worship Leader

Worship Associate: Barbara Walker

Given current controversies over language and “the holidays,” you might not know that Christmas has not always been accepted as a legitimate religious holiday in America. Come hear some of the stories of how Christmas became a beloved and sacred holiday in our country, and how Unitarians and Universalists led the way! 

 


Annual Holiday Choral Service

Sunday, December 18, 10:15 AM

Gloria by John Rutter

West Shore Choir; David Blazer, Director of Music

With Rev. Patricia Hart

One of the highlights each year is our annual holiday choral concert as part of the B. NeilDavis Artist Series. This year, our West Shore Choir will perform the “Gloria” by John Rutter. This work was commissioned by the Voices of Mel Olson and first performed on May 5, 1974 in Omaha, Nebraska under the direction of the composer. Our own resident percussionist, Andrew Pongracz, will be on timpani and great friend of West Shore, Mel Csicsila, will provide the remaining percussion parts. We hope you will enjoy this special holiday concert.

 

 

 


The Darkest Night

Thursday, December 22, 6:30 pm

Rev. Patricia Hart, Worship Leader, and UU Pagans

The holiday season arrives with sparkle and happiness, in a time of growing darkness and sometimes grief for what has been lost in the year just ending. Take an hour amid the over-charged bustle of the season to connect with the strengths we find in the darkness of life, and in anticipation of the return of the light. A contemplative service of poetry, meditation, and music.

 

 


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Coffee Hour Volunteers! 

Social hour after the service doesn't just happen by magic, it needs you! Signing up to serve coffee has never been easier. Click on the button below to sign up for a Sunday. Thanks so much!

Deadline for weekly sign-ups:  THURSDAY @ Noon.

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