In response to changing coronavirus conditions, we are worshipping in person. Consult our online calendar for up-to-date information and links to our worship services. Weekly worship services will resume in September at 11 AM each Sunday, in person at the UUCNC meetinghouse (222 Temple St., Fredonia) and live streamed on the Zoom platform.
Our services celebrate life, as well as acknowledging the struggles we encounter personally and in our larger world. They honor and use as a guide a variety of spiritual understandings and traditions, including earth-based, Jewish, Christian, Buddhist, humanist, and other world religions. Worship services tend to follow a traditional Protestant format with readings from a variety of spiritual sources, singing, and a sermon based on a variety of topics and drawing from a range of spiritual traditions — although we do have services that are an exception to this, such as our annual music service.
Children come with their parents, grandparents and guardians for the first part of the service, and there is often a story for them during this time. Occasional multigenerational services invite children of all ages to participate in the entire worship service.