Rediscovering Home Event

We invite you for an evening of “Rediscovering Home” from 4:00-6:00 pm CT on Sunday, July 25. This will be a chance to visit the building, put a stone in the chalice, sit in “your” chair, or tour the building if you’ve never visited. Staff and lay leaders will be there to welcome you and share information about our coming year.

Sunday Service

10:00 AM Central
Summer at the UU Movies - Give Me a Sign: Bruce Almighty
by Rev. Lara K-J Campbell, 26th called Minister at First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church of Kennebunk, Maine 
Click HERE for Worship Service Zoom Information
  • Listen to past sermons HERE.
  • Watch some of our past services on our Youtube channel.
  • Students in Pre-K/K will meet at 9:00 am CT for Children’s Chapel on Zoom. We can’t wait to see all of our friends! See our website (here) for more information about all Religious Education classes for children and youth.

Religious Education - Children and Youth

Photo by Tim Mossholder on Unsplash

Change the World!

Do you want to be an agent of real change? Become a Religious Education teacher! We have summer and fall positions open.
The only qualifications needed are an inquisitive mind and a caring heart. We train you to do the rest!
Contact Kim Hartman, director of religious education, for more information.

8-9th Grade Our Whole Lives This Fall 

Sign up deadline July 31

We are excited to offer OWLs in the fall and need to get a gauge of how many students in 8th-9th grades and above are planning to attend.
This year poses a unique situation, as Covid has pushed eligible students back by a year, meaning last year’s 8th grade students are now rising 9th graders. These students are of course eligible to take the class, but since we also offer Being a Teen (BATs) beginning with 9th graders, families may have to make a decision about which program to register their children for. Since BATs is a four-year program, I recommend that young people take the OWLs course first.
Classes will meet from 6:30-8:30 pm on the first and third Wednesday of each month from mid-September-May. Our enrollment deadline is July 31 or when we reach our enrollment limit of 20 students. For more information about the course, visit
Please contact Kim Hartman, director of religious education, if you are interested in enrolling your child or have questions. Please note, this will not serve as enrollment itself, but allows us to gather information about how many students we need to prepare for.

Summer Religious Education

As UU’s we never stop learning and growing, not even in the summer! Come join us for fun, community, and exploring new ideas each week. While we await reopening, our Zoom schedule is:
• Prek-1st grade Chalice Children: 9:00-10:00 AM CT on the first and third Sunday of each month
•  2nd-6th grade Chalice Children: 9:00-10:00 AM CT on the second and fourth Sunday of each month
•  PreK-6th grade Chalice Children: 9:00 AM CT on August 29
•  Youth RE 7th -12th grade: 11:00-12:00 PM CT every Sunday
Registrations from this past program year will continue through the summer. Please contact Kim Hartman, director of religious education, at for more information.


Photo by Hersh Chauhan

Summer Groups and Activities

Small Groups: Many of our small groups are continuing to meet over the summer. Check out the small groups page on our website HERE to learn more and connect. We will continue to update this page as the groups decide if and when they will start meeting in person again.
Adult Faith Development: We take a break from much of our adult classes in the summer. We are planning to re-start our in-person Wellspring program in September, and people will be able to participate virtually as well. Our other adult classes will also start this fall!
Email Marie Luna, director of congregational life, at with questions or for help with getting more connected!
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Justice Action Ministry

Music for Food

Essentials JAM would like to remind you there is still time to donate to Music for Food. The link to donate is HERE. Click HERE to view the recital on YouTube. Music for Food is a musician-led initiative for local hunger relief. Concerts raise resources and awareness in the fight against hunger and empower any musicians who wish to use their artistry to further social justice. Music for Food believes both music and food are essential to human life and growth. Music has the power to call forth the best in us, inspiring awareness and action when artists and audiences work together to transform the ineffable into tangible and needed food resources.

Justice Hub Webpage

The Justice Hub webpage has information about our JAMs, justice events, and opportunities here at our Fellowship and out in the community right there at your fingertips any time you need it.
This week: Read more about each of these on the Justice Hub webpage!
  • ESTHER interfaith community organizing information
  • Water Celebration to save the Menominee River – July 16, noon – 6:00 pm CT
  • Volunteers needed to pack food boxes for Feeding America
If you want to share something on the Justice Hub webpage, please do so by completing this form by Thursday to be posted when the page is updated each weekend. Submissions may be subject to staff approval and editing.
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