The next opportunity to sign the Membership Book – in person or ‘virtually’ – is directly following the service on Sunday, April 9, 2023.

The UUSA is a community where you are loved and respected for who you are.  For us, religion is ultimately not about what we think; it’s about how we live our lives. We are energized by the diversity of beliefs, identity, and experience that each person brings. We encourage our children’s curiosity and nurture their open and loving nature. Though we do walk diverse pathways to find meaning and purpose, we are united by our belief in the inherent worth and dignity of all, and the obligation to express our faith through acts of compassion and justice.

Becoming a Member is a significant decision, to move from the outside, as visitors looking in, to an ever-deepening sense of belonging, claiming this community as your own, sharing its aspirations and its support, and, along with us, growing a community that transforms lives through the power of mutual respect and love.

The best way to get to know us is to attend services regularly, join a small group or any activity (you’re always welcome), participate in one of our newcomer classes or just chat with others during social hour upstairs or at a facilitated small group converation downstairs.  We look forward to having the opportunity to get to know you!

If you would like to talk with someone about membership or ways to feel connected, please contact the Ministry of Welcome and Membership at

In community,
Mary Herman, Karen Mack, Libby Walton-Stanforth
Ministry of Welcome and Membership