Unless noted, we have one Sunday worship service at 10:30 a.m.
Childcare is available.

THIS WEEK * June 28 - "Exploration of spiritual practice..."

"...encourages individuals to take responsibility for their own spiritual development..." Robert Wuthnow. Join Ginger Younie as she explores gardening as her spiritual practice.

July 5 - Spiritual Messages from the General Assembly

Join us for a potpourri of songs, testimonials and a short homily presented by Margo and Ben Rinehart and other attendees at the 2015 UU General Assembly (annual conference) in Portland, OR in June.

July 12 - Embracing the Call: an exploration of the concept of calling

Are you programmed to do one unique thing in your life, or several? Why do some callings manifest themselves early in life, while others seem to take their own sweet time? And how can a whole congregation, community, or nation discern its calling? UU minister Rev. Amanda Aiken will be our speaker.

July 19 - Pride - It Started with a Riot

The history of LGBTQ+ Pride and how UUs made significant contributions. KUUF member Marcie Mathis will be our speaker.

July 26 - Insights that Make a Difference

Jill Clarridge has organized a panel of KUUF members sharing insights from their individual areas of expertise.


Our ChaliceWe meet for worship each Sunday at 10:30 a.m. in the Sanctuary which is the lower building on our grounds.  During the school year, the children begin the morning in the sanctuary with their parents, proceeding to their classes after a time of "sharing for all ages."

Services begin with a warm welcome and the lighting of our Unitarian Universalist symbol, the flaming chalice. While we are in the process of hiring a part-time minister we have guest speakers and lay leaders conducting worship services.

Our Sunday services draw from Jewish, Christian and earth-centered religious traditions, as well as from the wisdom of Eastern religious thought. We also seek meaning in personal experience and witness, social issues, literature and the sciences.

Coffee and tea is served after worship services, and supervision is provided for children on our playground.