We know that it is difficult to come into a group not knowing anyone or how things are done, so this is our virtual introduction of ourselves to you. We tend to be informal and casual in dress and manner and we hope you will feel comfortable and welcome.
We have visitor and handicap parking near the sanctuary. Bathrooms are handicap accessible.
Make use of our nursery caregiver who takes care of children under 4 years old, in the Religious Education Building during the service.
Speak with our Religious Education Coordinator, Kristen Schara, about our program. The children participate in the first part of the service and then go to the Religious Education Building for religious education or supervised play in the summer.
If your child wants to stay with you during the entire service and becomes restless, we have a "restless room" in the sanctuary where you can go and hear the service on a speaker.
When you first enter our Sanctuary an usher will give you the "Order of Service" and can direct you to the Welcome Table where you will be greeted and have your questions answered. You can go to the Welcome Table after the service also.
Introduce yourself to our minister, the Rev. Dawn Sangrey. She will be happy to make your acquaintance.
On the fifth Sunday of the month the collection is taken for a local charity.
Print your name and address in the guest book to get on our newsletter mailing list.
Check out the pamphlet racks in the back of the sanctuary and help yourself.
Check out the bulletin boards in the hallway of the sanctuary for current events of interest.
Since 1958, our congregation has offered a home for liberal religious seekers in the Kingston area that includes members from surrounding counties. Today, we are a diverse, open and growing religious community. Some of our members are from Christian or Jewish backgrounds, while others identify with Paganism, Buddhism and other faith traditions. There are humanists, atheists, and agnostics among us, and many who resonate to the insights of poets, mystics and thoughtful human beings across the ages. We are all bound together by the values expressed in our Unitarian Universalist Principles.