Are you "nonreligious" but curious about your spirituality?
Religious, but haven't found a church that fits your beliefs?
Searching for a church that welcomes you for who you are?
Missing the friendship, culture, and community a congregation can provide?
TRI-UU SHARE SESSIONS SCHEDULE
Human beings are social creatures, and the Tri-UU people are more social than most. As we maintain physical distance from each other we are learning that there are other ways to be in community. Thanks to video-conferencing technology we can hear and see each other if we simply click on a Zoom link.
The table below shows you the day/date to access each link (key) into a room. The room is open to chat Monday-Friday at 10:00 AM and Monday - Friday at 4:00 PM. All you have to do is click on the link in red below.
Invite your friends and neighbors to join us.
Day/Date Time Zoom Link
Monday - Friday 10:00 AM ZOOM LINK
Monday - Friday 4:00 PM ZOOM LINK
Wednesday - Buddhist Meditation 7:00 PM ZOOM LINK
Thursday - Choir 1:00 PM ZOOM LINK
Here are special topical weekly chats as we go forward. Use the links above to join.
Check News and Events for details.
Monday 10:00 Brunch with Minster
Monday 4:00 Trivia with Marjorie Rhem
Tuesday 10:00 Powerful Questions with Helen Dohn
Tuesday 4:00 In the News
Thursday 4:00 On Race
Friday 10:00 Building Bridges Interview
UPDATE ON CANCELLATIONS/CHANGES
Most events at the church building have been canceled for now. If you are on a team or in a group that has meetings scheduled, please contact your group leader for up-to-date information.
The Tri-County Unitarian Universalists (Tri-UU) congregation was formed in 1982 with the goal of supporting and loving each other in the pursuit of spiritual growth and social justice.
Sundays at Tri-UU
Service on Zoom
10:30 - 11:30am
Every day at Tri-UU
Social justice activities, book clubs, discussion groups, meditation, potluck dinners, workshops, and more.
The Essence of Tri-UU
Seeking individual spiritual growth
Acting for social justice
Building friendship and community