10:30 Sunday Service
10:30 Sunday School/Religious Exploration
for elementary - high school ages
Child care for infants - age 2
11:45 Fellowship Hour
Rev. Richard R. Davis, Minister
Rev. Lise Adams Sherry, Assistant Minister
Rev. Connie Yost, Affiliated Community Minister
UUCS Yahoo Group
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Are you looking for a church with progressive and liberal religious views? Ours is a tradition that recognizes and values the wisdom of many life affirming beliefs. We welcome you to explore and share your religious path with us. Please come visit us!
Our building is accessible to all. We offer hearing assist devices and ASL translators for the hearing-impaired.
We are a Welcoming Congregation that values diversity, and invites into the life of our religious community all those who support our purpose and principles, without regard to disability, age, ethnicity, race, or sexual orientation.
Welcome to our free faith religious community where we strive “not to think alike but to love alike."
The vision of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Salem is to build a joyful home for free religious exploration where we nurture the hopes and serve the needs of our world.
Our mission is to provide a respectful home for intellectual, spiritual, and creative exploration, and to build a community of fellowship, caring and service that lights the flame of social action. Our sincere hope is that after visiting this website you will choose to visit us. We'd love to see you!
Beacons of Change
Chalice Circle Players
Four famous Unitarian Universalists,Judith Sargent Murray, Charles Spear, Dorothea Dix, and Samuel May will visit our congregation! All from the late 1700 and early 1800s, these four pioneers each recognized social injustices of their time, took a stand and made great changes.
They will each share a bit of their stories on this Mother's Day Sunday. Please plan to attend this inspiring and enlightening service featuring Andrea Kramer, Todd Logan, Gloria Holland, Ed Kramer, and narrator Janet Stevens. Director is Cherie Ulmer, assisted by Lana Von Prussing. There will be special music by Jean Logan and others. This is a Sunday service you won't want to miss!
Bring Chocolate for Mother’s Day – any kind: brownies, cake, pie, bon bons, chocolate covered strawberries, truffles, etc. This is a UUCS tradition and a treat to honor moms and lift the collective mood.
“Is it always to be a winners-losers world, or can we keep everyone in the game? Do we still have what it takes to find a better way?”
Monday May 27th, 2013 at 2:00 pm