Sunday Services (10:30 AM)
On Sunday morning, adults and teens meet in the sanctuary for our regular service. Children in kindergarten through 5th grade start there with their parents and are invited early in the service to go to their Religious Education classes. Once a month children begin upstairs for a special worship just for them. Middle school youth meet separately in the "loft"--the ushers can direct them there. High school youth convene for special activities every Sunday evening.
Most weeks, our service is preceded by a Sunday Forum at 9:15 AM which features a guest speaker. After the service, we offer an opportunity to socialize during our Coffee Hour downstairs in our social hall. Our Welcome Corner kiosk, located there, stocks brochures about many aspects of Unitarian Universalism. The corner is staffed by a Hospitality Team member who is eager to answer your questions and help you get better acquainted.
For more details, see our What Happens on Sunday section under Worship.
What To Wear
For our Sunday morning service, wear what is comfortable for you. Most people wear nice casual clothes. Some are happier wearing jeans. A few folks like to wear suits and ties. We want you to be free to pay attention to the message of the morning and the people around you without worrying about your clothes.
We ask that you do not wear perfumes or scented lotions. And that you turn off your cell phones.
Directions, Parking & Accessibility
One Sunday a month, immediately after the service, newcomers are invited to take a brief guided tour of our facility. This is followed by a 10-minute introductory film about Unitarian Universalism and an opportunity for questions.
If you would like more information or personal follow-up after attending BUF, we encourage you to complete one of the lime green cards in the pew racks and drop it in the offering basket.
Continue to our Who We Are page >>