Inspire. Seek. Accept. Deepen.
These concepts guide our worship.
We come together on Sundays in person and via Zoom to celebrate shared ministry, build beloved community and explore questions.
Sermons are offered on a variety of topics; we draw from many sources to create a worship service, including music, story, poetry, and meditation. Our UU sources include the wisdom of the world religions, science, personal experiences, and the words and deeds of those who exemplify compassion, justice, and the transforming power of love.
Worship Services & Times
Services are held each Sunday starting at 10:30 a.m. and generally last about an hour. Join us in our sanctuary or via Zoom (here is the link to our Sunday morning Zoom Worship service) The link becomes active within the hour before the service begins. Follow us on Facebook or send an email to the office if you would like to receive our weekly updates and Zoom invites.
In-person attendees are expected to be vaccinated against Covid-19 if medically eligible.
Upcoming Sunday services
May 28th — “Facing Life’s Challenges with Courage, Grace, and Integrity”
Jim Boeglin will share a process that was taught to him more than 35 years ago, during a pivotal part of his life.
June 4th — “Music Therapy: Promoting Relationships and Healing Through Music”
Brett Welch will discuss his work as a music therapist at the Fort Wayne Department of Veterans Affairs. The concept of healing by addressing relationships through music will be explored, highlighted by real stories of Brett’s clinical work with veterans. Plan to experience musical delight through live music making!
Brett received his Bachelor of Science in Music Therapy from Purdue University Fort Wayne, and is currently working to complete his Master of Music Therapy from the same university. He has been practicing music therapy in Northeast Indiana since December 2020, and currently works at the Fort Wayne Department of Veterans Affairs, where he provides both individual and group music therapy to veterans of varying ages with diverse health needs. Brett works from an approach that considers all aspects of health and meets clients in their immediate needs, while always striving to develop a trusting relationship that promotes positive growth. Outside of music therapy, Brett enjoys performing and writing music, reading fantasy novels, and spending time with his wife Kristina and their six cats.