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.
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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

Martin Luther King & the Question of Class

Sunday, January 15, 10:15 AM

Rev. Patricia Hart, Worship Leader

Martha Boesel, Worship Associate

There are reasons why America celebrates the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King as a crusader for racial justice, and fails to mention the part of his legacy that focuses squarely the injustices of poverty and class in America. We will look back at King’s prophetic vision, and look forward to what is needed today.

 


It’s Something, Anyway

Sunday, January 22,10:15 AM

Rev. Peter Newport, Worship Leader

Tom Williams, Worship Associate

Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Zizek writes that “Hope is only where despair is." Truly new things happen only when we can find no way out of "existing coordinates" and must invent something new in order to survive. "The magic is to turn a desperate situation into a new beginning.” How might we do that? Children and youth will join us in the Sanctuary for the beginning of the service.

 

 


The State of the Church

Sunday, January 29, 10:15 am

Rev. Patricia Hart, Worship Leader

Christine Salontay, Worship Associate

As we approach the halfway mark of this first interim year, it makes sense to mark where we are: to celebrate accomplishments, notice challenges, and look ahead to see what might be coming next. Rev. Hart will talk a bit about lessons from the Timeline, begun in November by the Board, Emeritus Council and Transition Team. The timeline will be posted in Baker Hall on Sundays in early January—there is still time to add your own comments.

 

 


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