What to Expect on Sunday Mornings
Welcome! We are so glad you found us. We are passionate about helping people feel at home in our community. Attending our worship service is a great way to get to know us.
Our services are held every Sunday at 8 and 10 a.m. online. We will be returning to in-person services on Sept. 12, 2021.
When held in person, JUC’s Services are about one hour in length and include music, hymns, readings, and a sermon. Children and youth are welcome to join us in the sanctuary or they can check out our wonderful religious education options. Programs for kids of all ages are available during the late service, and programs for kids birth through fifth grade during the early service.
Dress comfortably. Some of our folks wear a suit and tie, and some wear shorts and sandals, with the vast majority wearing outfits in between. Whether you dress up or dress down, you won’t be alone! Crafts and other activities in the religious education program are sometimes messy, so children should dress appropriately.
Parking is available at our church, where more than 150 spots are right at our front door. But sometimes even that isn’t enough, so you are welcome to park at any of three other locations, and get a few extra steps in your morning. Just to the west of the church is Gardenia St, and you can park along the street, but be aware, it doesn’t have a sidewalk the way 32nd Ave does. You can also park at either Maple Grove Park, just past Gardenia street to the west of the church, or in the parking lot for the Applewood Golf Course just to the east, and accessible from the traffic circle at Eldridge & 32nd.
Following services, we invite you to join us as we gather for fellowship and refreshments. Ministers and members are on-hand to welcome you and answer questions. Be sure to look for Membership Coordinator Katie Edwards, who can guide your introduction to JUC and help you find out more about our community and Unitarian Universalism.
We look forward to seeing you soon!