What To Expect
Coming Through the Door
When you come in on a Sunday morning, there will be two folks there in the vestibule to greet you. You won't recognize these people by the clothes they wear. We have no dress code--not even an unstated one. So, though he could be wearing jeans and a plaid shirt, or a suit and tie, and she could be wearing a dress, or jeans and a sweater, they will be wearing smiles and nametags.
They will ask your name and direct you to a small table inside the door where you may add your name and contact information in a guestbook and make up a nametag for yourself. (We're very big on name tags for everyone all the time.) The greeters will probably chat with you to begin to become acquainted while you're doing all this. (In addition to the Greeters, there will be another person, the Host, there in the vestibule and available then and after the service to answer any questions you may have about our church or Unitarian Universalism in general.) The Greeter will then hand you a hymnal and an Order of Service
When you're all set, go on in the Sanctuary. Oh, if you are hearing impaired, we have portable amplified headphones available just inside the Sanctuary doors. A Greeter will be glad to help you with that. Please sit anywhere you like, but if you want to sit in the rear, get there early because, like in a lot of churches, the rear seems to fill up first!
After the Service-Community and Fellowship
It is an important part of our tradition to have a time of Fellowship immediately following the service. Coffee (or tea) and goodies of some type are served in our Fellowship Hall while conversations abound. We would love to see you there.