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Sundays @ 10:15 AM

Worship services happen weekly at 10:15 am. Visitors are always welcome! Coffee Hour follows the service in Baker Hall.  Check out this month’s service topics below.


Sunday, august 21, 10:15 AM – LIVESTREAM

Dear Robert Fulghum

Rev. Anthony Makar

Today, Rev. Makar shares one of his letter sermons. This one is written to Robert Fulghum, who is arguably one of the most famous Unitarian Universalists alive. His fame began in 1986 with the publication of All I Really Need To Know I Learned in Kindergarten, which stayed on the New York Times bestseller list for nearly two years. There are currently more than 17 million copies of his books in print, published in 27 languages in 103 countries. Today we explore Unitarian Universalist faith through Robert Fulghum’s writings and life.

Sunday, august 28, 10:15 AM – LIVESTREAM

Be Here Now

Rev. Anthony Makar

On September 11, Rev. Makar will begin his 9 am Sunday morning class on meditation. Running for 40 minutes, it will be for complete beginners as well as for more experienced meditators. Why is he doing this? How might meditation be a key spiritual practice for Unitarian Universalists? Come find out!

Sunday, september 4, 10:15 AM – LIVESTREAM

Wisdom of Play

Rev. Anthony Makar

On this Labor Day Sunday, we explore the opposite of work: play. As George Bernard Shaw once said, “We don’t stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.”

Sunday, september 11, 10:15 AM – LIVESTREAM

Turning Loneliness Around

 Rev. Anthony Makar

Past Unitarian Universalist Association President Rev. Peter Morales says, “Americans today are the most isolated people in human history. According to one study, almost half of all Americans now have either no one or only one person with whom they can discuss important matters. This number has almost doubled in twenty years. These are not dull, abstract numbers. They are a cry of isolation, of pain, of loneliness. Americans are far lonelier than they were a generation ago. Loneliness is among us like a silent epidemic.” How painful to hear this, and how true. So–how do we turn this around? 

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    West Shore Choir

    The music program is enhanced by the choirs of West Shore. At the heart of the choral program is the West Shore Choir. The choir has been widely known throughout the Cleveland area as a choir of extreme excellence.

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    Junior Choir

    The Junior Choir welcomes those from kindergarten into high school. Our wide age range helps to create a family atmosphere for choir members. The only requirement of membership is to care about each other.

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