Keep It Fun, Add Laughter

“Keep It Fun, Add Laughter” – Rev. Charlie Dieterich. Our Covenant of Right Relations calls us to be compassionate, to not gossip and all sorts of serious sounding stuff.

Then it urges us to laugh. A seriously fun service?

Teen Service

This year’s Teen Service offers music, stories and readings from our congregation’s teen group. Come hear about plans for their spring service learning project! The Second Sunday Collection benefits the project expenses.

March Forth

Ships are safest in the harbor, but ships were not made to stay in safety. Journey, travel, adventure boldly and explore! Yes, the sermon title is a pun!

Right Place Right Time

We begin our annual Stewardship Campaign by considering the role of justice in our lives and our community.

Noticeable Differences

Rev. Charlie will examine our monthly theme of justice and toleration using the theory of small incremental changes.

Good Fences Make Good Neighbors

So what do fences, walls and hedges of personal boundaries have to do with healthy relationships? Find out this Sunday when visiting Minister, the Rev. Andrew Millard, speaks. He is visiting from Unitarian Fellowship of the Peninsula.


The Promise & Practice of Our Faith

Join us for a lay-led service by the Racial Justice Task Force. This is our time to be Bold, Radical, and Transformational as we commit to nurture a radically inclusive, justice centered, multiracial and multi-generational religious faith!

We Care For Each Other – Part 2

Join us for Caring Team stories with Phyllis Stein, Paula Echols and Martha Shore, with Vicki Caminer assisting. UCN’s Caring Team provides support to congregants undergoing stressful life challenges.

The Rich Landscape of Living & Dying

Visiting from Frederick, MD, retired minister, Rev. Mike Morse, will join Rev. Charlie at the podium. Morse will share his thoughts on the “Rich Landscape of Living and Dying:” preparing your family and ending life on your own terms. Morse is writing a book about his … read more.

Creative Advocacy & MLK

Rev. Charlie will speak on Creative Advocacy and MLK – Bayard Rustin’s Triumph. On August 28, 1963, Washington D.C. received 250,000 marchers for Jobs and Freedom. The organizer was Bayard Rustin, Quaker, gay and African American. He was also a coalition builder and dedicated to … read more.