Become a Member
If you have visited our church and feel it’s right for you, we invite you to become a member. Membership is open to any person 14 years of age or older who is in general sympathy with the spirit and purposes of the Unitarian Universalist Association, who attends a church sponsored informational session, and who then signs the membership book.
Paths to Membership
Becoming a member of the church is not complicated. If or when you feel the time is right for you, we invite you to:
Attend an orientation meeting
Once a month we gather with those who are exploring membership for a one-hour orientation that includes: Who We Are, What is Available for You at the Church, Requirements/Expectations of Members. Attending an orientation in no way obligates you to join the church. Watch for announcements during the service and in our newsletter, The Builder.
Participate in the “Exploring our UU Roots” class.
This adult religious education course is generally offered twice per year. It includes historical background, the basics of the UU faith, and how our church operates.
Talk to the minister
This is a good opportunity to introduce yourself and ask any questions you may have.
Attend one of our brief Get Acquainted Tours
Each tour provides a brief history of who we are and a visit around the church. This tour is offered each Sunday after our regular church services (September through May).