What are Sunday services like?
Although you will notice some variety from week to week, our services generally consist of
What should I wear?
Dress at our church is always eclectic and informal. You are welcome to wear whatever makes you comfortable.
Are services held year-round?
Except for the rare occasion when inclement weather forces cancellation, Sunday services are held every week. In the summer (June through August) we hold services in the Fellowship Hall in the basement to appreciate the cooler temperatures.
Are children welcome?
Children are encouraged to participate in our services. Childcare is provided for young children in our nursery.
Where do I come?
Map and general directions
Plenty of parking is available behind the church building off of 64th Street. Enter the church through the side door on 64th street - go upstairs to the right to reach the sanctuary or go downstairs to the Fellowship Hall, Religious Education and the restrooms. An elevator is available just inside the door off of 64th street with access to all levels of the church. Come up one level to the sanctuary and go down one level to the Fellowship Hall and restrooms. A wheelchair is available just inside the door. Greeters will be glad to help make your visit comfortable and enjoyable in any way.
Upcoming Sunday services
We will be happy for you to visit us on any Sunday. You will find the Oaklandon congregation to be warm and friendly and somewhat informal.
If you would like more information about our congregation or about Unitarian Universalism, don't hesitate to ask a greeter or church leader. You might find our Newcomer packet to be helpful and there is also other information available at the back of the sanctuary, including the option of signing up for our mailing list.
Also, we invite you to join us for coffee and fellowship after the service.
To learn more about what's happening on upcoming Sundays click at left.