Kindly Question

“Kindly Question” – Rev. Charlie Dieterich. Blessing and sending delegates off to GA. We end our time together with reflection on your question.

We Made Sweet Harmony

“We Made Sweet Harmony” – Bridging Service with just about everyone. Our graduating youth class bridge to adulthood, and we all say goodbye to 739 Yarmouth Street. Members of our Celtic Circle add their voices to the occasion.

Only Kindness Matters

“In the End Only Kindness Matters” – Rev. Charlie Dieterich. The title comes from a song by Jewel called “Hands.”  Rev. Charlie will speak on the mission of spreading the Unitarian Universalist Message in coastal Virginia.  The Choir sings.


Wake Now My Senses

ʺWake Now My Senses – A Broader Vision” – Rev. Charlie Dieterich. Come hear what he learned at the Mexican Border. Yarmouth Chamber Singers performI

When Hope is Hard to Find

Join us Sunday when Rev. Charlie Dieterich will reflect on the Book of Ruth, the traditional reading for Shavuot, which talks about living with loss and despair and finding hope. The Choir sings.

Sacred Hearth

Sacred Hearth” – Rev. David Morris will speak about Unitarian women ministers known as “the Iowa Sisterhood,” who worked for women’s rights and the cause of liberal religion. What do they have to say on this Mother’s Day? Morris visits from the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Outer Banks in Kitty Hawk, NC.

Warts and All

Join us for “Warts and All” – Our guest speaker is Ministerial Candidate for Fellowship Walter Clark from Richmond. The Choir will perform.

A Sense of Wonder in Nature and Science

A Sense of Wonder in Nature and Science – Join us for a lay-led service with several guest speakers who will tell us of their wondrous and moving experiences in the fields of astronomy, paleontology and more.

Earth and the People in it

Earth and The People in it” – Matt Griset, our Music Director, leads an All-Music Service with the Choir and soloists.

Come, listen, join in!

Flower Communion

“Flower Communion” – Each year we celebrate our congregation in its diversity – like a bouquet of different flowers. We ask everyone to bring a flower for our vase, and take one away to represent what we get from our participation.