Our congregation is small but enthusiastic, friendly and caring.
There is a balanced mix of long-term members and newer members who together face the challenges of planning and working toward the future of this congregation.
We welcome you to come by and see what we’re all about. Join us for a service on Sunday morning or drop in for one of the many events we host during the year.
Bring with you any beliefs, ideas, theological struggles that you may have. Under no circumstances will you be turned away at the door or denied either friendship or membership. For we are indeed “a religious people who have woven the strands of a rich past into a tapestry for the present”.
As UUs, we have no shared creed. What we DO have is a covenant among the members of St. Paul’s that binds us as a congregation, and our shared covenant (our Seven Principles) that binds us with the diverse congregations of the Unitarian Universalist Association.
We are Humanists, Unitarian Christians, Theists, Buddhists, Hindus, Jews, Atheists, Agnostics: you name it, and if there are not any of a given religious viewpoint at St. Paul’s, then they are off in some other Unitarian Universalist church or fellowship. Come add yours to ours.
And, of course, there are many who do not put their religious stance nor questions into any category: folk who are simply gathering with a group of people who are open-minded and who accept all human beings as their equals, who strive to give respect to every individual and to count the worth of each and every person as valuable as their own. And if you are in a quandary about your spiritual position, welcome! So are many of us.
So, come to St. Paul’s and try us on for size. You just might find a group of people who value the free mind as much as they value the fellowship of like-minded people.