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."

Upcoming Sunday Sermons


Sunday, October 1, 10:15 AM

Rev. Patricia Hart, Worship Leader

Worship Associate: Martha Boesel

Navigating the ups and downs of life requires courage, patience, and faith that it’s all worth it. This is true for individuals, families, communities… even for congregations. Join us for a celebration of all the changes at West Shore in the past year, and some thoughts about how resilience happens.

Scared and Brave at the Same Time

Sunday, October 8, 10:15 AM

Rev. Patricia Hart, Worship Leader

Worship Associate: Christine Salontay

Contemporary writer Brene [should be an accent on the last “e” of Brene]Brown says that courage always comes through vulnerability. Fear is an inevitable part of life, and can be crippling -- but facing, incorporating, even befriending our fears can be the way through, to courage. We don’t have to stay stuck. Ash Beckham says: “A closet is no place for a person to live."

On Taking a Position

Sunday, October 15, 10:15 AM

Rev. Patricia Hart and David Clements,
Worship Associate: Barbara Walker
Unitarian Universalist history provides us with examples of those who rose up and took a stand. Today as UUs we are being called by our leaders, our communities, and at times by a higher power to “answer the call of love” - to speak our truth and encourage others to do the same. How does one do that and at what cost? On this day of his ordination to the UU ministry, Dave will explore and share examples of those taking a position and sticking to it.

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