EMERSON UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST CHURCH
You are always welcome at Emerson Unitarian Universalist Church. We are embracing of many beliefs, welcoming of all genders and sexual orientations, and increasingly accessible to people of all abilities.
- Joining us for worship? Learn about what to expect in our thought-provoking and soulful worship services.
- Our in-person programs for children and youth are on pause during the pandemic. To learn more about Emerson’s pre-pandemic programs, see our Religious Education page under the Community menu. During the pandemic pause, you may wish to explore Camp De Benneville Pines (www.uucamp.org) which offers a variety of on-line learning and connection programs for children, youth and adults (some free, others fee-based).
- Wanting to find community? Discover our many online groups under this website’s Community menu. Brief descriptions, dates, times and links may be found via http://www.emersonuuc.org/news/online-connections or on the Online Events and Activities page under our News menu to find ways to connect.
With faith, hope, and love, Emerson Unitarian Universalist Church
CORONA PANDEMIC AND ZOOM
During our extended pandemic pause we continue to use Zoom as a way to meet virtually not just for worship, but for small groups, committee meetings, and even for creative new ways to be together, like Emerson’s Coffee Hour after every Sunday’s Zoom morning worship service.
You can join us for Sunday morning worship via Zoom, by clicking this link: https://tinyurl.com/emersonuuc
Zoom Meeting ID: 858 109 2800
Alternately you can join via phone: (669) 900-6833
And enter the Meeting ID: 858 109 2800
A few notes on the worship service:
Everyone is invited to light their own chalice, so you might want to have one ready.
If you have a joy or sorrow, you would like to have shared aloud during the worship service, you can write it in our Virtual “Book of Life”:
There will also be an opportunity for people to write something in the chat.
When we are able to return to worship in our Sanctuary, optional childcare for infants and toddlers will again be offered for Sunday services, starting at 10:15 a.m. You may bring your child to the nursery (classroom 2, next to the playground). We recommend coming by 10:15 at first, so that your child can get accustomed to the setting. Children are also welcome to stay with their parents. Our foyer is connected to the sanctuary by large windows, wired into our sound system, and furnished with chairs and toys, so that parents do not have to miss any of the service if their children get restless during the quiet times in our service.