hymnsinging-20151220-43Services are held in Anderson each Sunday at 10:00 AM. The service lasts about an hour and includes music, readings and an address by our minister or an invited speaker.

NEWCOMERS, WELCOME! Please join us for coffee after the service. In addition to speaking with Ann Pareti at the Membership Table, you’ll have a chance to meet and talk with some of our members, and to stop at our Social Responsibilities table where you will see the many social justice issues our members are committed to working on. To receive the newsletter for a few months, please fill out a “green sheet” at the Welcome Table.

November 26, 2017

“What We Do Together” – Benjamin Van Dyne.
Religious liberals prize individual self-determination, and often tell their own story as UUs in terms of moving toward freedom and away from constraints. But what is the price of our freedom to choose?

Benjamin Van Dyne recently received his Master of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary in New York City, where he lives with his partner and year-old son. He grew up in the UU church of Arlington, Virginia and worked for ten years as an organizer in a variety of community and labor settings. He has preached in pulpits in DC, Virginia, Maryland and New York.

Musician: Ron Levy, pianist. 


CHILDREN are invited to attend Religious Education program during the services from September until June 12th.  No Religious Education Program in Summer!

INFANTS AND TODDLERS can be cared for downstairs in our supervised nursery, which receives a broadcast of the service.

PLEASE WAIT for the music or reading to be finished before you enter the room.

REMEMBER to turn off your cell phones.