Rev. Dr. Terence Ellen
Our congregationembodies a religious tradition with historical roots in Christianity that has grown to embrace many different religious and spiritual perspectives such as agnostic, humanist, and nature-based. We value the vitality and integrity that comes when people of good will and differing perspectives share and learn from one another in our common quest to live into peace, justice, and love. Our tradition has included people such as John and John Quincy Adams, Florence Nightingale, and Clara Barton who focused on living lives worthy of their highest ideals rather than on creeds.
Our services are Sundays at 10:45 with religious education for children also provided. We have adult religious education classes after the service. Our members are active in service to the community, and one collection a month goes entirely to community non-profits. Our consulting minister, Rev, Dr, Terence Ellen shares the pulpit with a number of other invited speakers representing a broad array of spiritual perpectives.
More information can be found about our congregation on our website andabout our wider religious movement at uua.org