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) in a room. The room is open 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 12 noon ZOOM LINK
Monday - Friday 4:00 PM ZOOM LINK
Wednesday - Buddhist Meditation 7:00 PM ZOOM LINK
Here are special topical weekly chats as we go forward. Use the links above to join.
Click for details to see all upcoming presentations
Monday Noon Munch with the Minster
Monday 4:00 Trivia with the gang
Tuesday 4:00 In the News
UPDATE ON CANCELLATIONS/CHANGES
Services will be in person and live-streamed on Zoom for the foreseeable future. Most teams at the congregation are meeting on zoom. 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 in person and 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