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."
Service time at 10:15 a.m.
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Religious Education
Finding your spiritual self
for children, youth and adults.
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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 Waiting Place

Sunday, November 29, 10:15AM

Service offered by Holly Mueller, Intern Minister

What are we waiting for? What part of ourselves, our lives, our world calls to us from some future date,transformed? For Christians, today marks the beginning of advent and the expectant waiting and preparation for Christmas. What can we harvest from that expectant stillness? 

News Flash

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!

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Religious Education Info

The REView Team Has Been Busy!

As promised, click here
for the RE View Task Force Survey.
Everyone is both welcome and invited to participate! 
The REView team has a particular desire to hear from families currently enrolled in the Religious Education program for children and youth and those interested in deepening our across-the-ages multigenerational community with activities and events that will foster that deepening.

The survey will remain open through Sunday November 15 at which time the team will begin collating and assessing the feedback. The survey will be open for one additional week for any who had not yet had a chance to engage, and close entirely at Midnight on Sunday November 22.

The survey asks for you to name yourself. This is optional of course, but we hope you will put your name to your thoughts allowing us to follow up with additional questions for clarification and/or to celebrate your great ideas. Thanks in advance.


Check out the 2015-16 RE guide