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What to Expect

What to Expect

Each service contains instrumental and vocal music, a 15- to 20-minute message, an opportunity to express joys and sorrows, an offering, a story relating to the message, and a period of meditation or prayer. The Sunday service begins at 9:00 a.m. and lasts 60 minutes, followed by a period where people may respond to the message of the day.  


Each service begins with the lighting of our flaming chalice, a distinctive symbol of UU.

The design originated during WWII as a symbol on documents given to refugees who fled without their identification papers.


NOTE: Participation via Zoom is provided, in-person attendance is a richer experience.  Please follow your own counsel on this.
(links available on the Home page).  

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Upcoming Services

July Theme: Beginnings and Endings


July 7, 9:00 am    Birthing a Nation 

Rev. Cynthia Snavely 

July 4 marks the American colonies declaration of their independence from Britain.  But fighting for independence was but one step in becoming a nation.  There was much hard work to do to turn separate colonies into a nation.

July 14, 9:00 am  Facing Death

Rev. Cynthia Snavely 


We must faith death in two ways.  We must face death as we lose others to it, and we must acknowledge that we will die ourselves.  Facing both is necessary if we are to live our lives fully.

July 21, 9:00 am  Open

July 28, 9:00 am  Farewell  

Rev. Cynthia Snavely 

On my last Sunday with you, I share what I have learned in my time with you and wish you well in the next phase of your ministry.

Upcoming Sevices
Service Inspirations

Service Inspirations

Our worship services focus on a wide variety of religious, philosophical, personal, and social issues. Although each service is different, we gather weekly to consider, individually and collectively, that which we hold of highest worth. For some, it’s the community; for others, it’s the natural world; and for still for others, it’s a sense of some sort of something  beyond our imagination.


Our inspiration comes from a variety of sources: the wisdom of world religions, teachings from humanist and earth-centered traditions, words and deeds of prophetic people, and the direct experience of individuals.  

Our principal service is on Sundays at 9:00 a.m., at Tri-County Unitarian Universalists Center and also on zoom. Please see the Home page for details and links.

Where we’re located and how to get there.

Upcoming Sevices

Music & Choir

Tri-UU Choir Videos

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Music & Choir

We sing traditional hymns, gospel, folk tunes and more, in multi-part harmony. The Choir rehearsals will be set by our new director. Everyone who enjoys singing is encouraged to join! 


Here is a growing collection of Tri-UU choir videos: 

Most are performed by our former music director, Donna Kagan, and Tri-UU Choir members with music arrangements and editing by Frank Kelly.   Enjoy!

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And to hear any of nearly 100 Tri-UU hymn favorites, all with on-screen lyrics . . .
click here!

Past Services
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Past Services

Text of select recent sermons can be found here. Just click the desired link.

"Facing Death", July 14, Rev. Cynthia Snavely

"Birthing a Nation", July 7, Rev. Cynthia Snavely

"Disability or Different Ability?", June 30, Rev. Snavely

"Neither Matriarchy nor Patriarchy", June 16, Rev. Snavely

"Rocks In The Jar", June 2, Rev. Cynthia Snavely

"We Remember Them", May 26, Rev. Snavely

"Family is Hard", May 12, Rev. Cynthia Snavely

"Celebrating Fertility of Heart and Mind: A Beltrane Celebration",

   May 5, Rev. Cynthia Snavely

"Remember: A Passover Sermon", April 28, Rev. Snavely

"All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten",

    April 21, Rev. Cynthia Snavely

"Meeting Someone Who is Intersex", Apr. 7, Rev. Snavely

"Jesus the Prophet", Mar. 31, Rev. Cynthia Snavely

"Celebrating Spring", Mar. 24, Rev. Cynthia Snavely

"The Core of the Human Perdicament", Mar. 10, Rev. Snavely





















Videos of select past sermons are on our Facebook pageClick here.

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