Joining Worship

October 26, 2021

We excitedly welcome Rev. Kirk Thompson to lead us in worship this week. Kirk served as a youth pastor at UCU in the 1990s and also pastored other churches in the area. He is now retired to Littleton, New Hampshire, but will make the journey back to the Green Mountain State to lead us in a music-filled service.

Join the livestream.

View this week’s bulletin.

See below for some additional details on what worship looks like in our hybrid (online and in-person) format.

UCU is now requiring masks inside our building, click here for more information

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Live stream cameras will focus on the worship leaders in the front of the sanctuary, but there will be a few times where the left side of the congregation will be visible on the live stream, so as to better connect remote and local worshippers. Three designated pews in the back right of the sanctuary will never appear on the live stream. Signs on the pews in the sanctuary reflect this change.

Singing and service time will be limited. Our service will last about 45 minutes, and we will sing together just our final hymn before departing for outdoor fellowship. Other service music will be instrumental or with a soloist standing apart from the congregation.

Online worship will remain available for those unable to join in person. If distance, risk factors, preference, or extenuating circumstances keep you from coming to the little white church on the green, you are still warmly welcome to worship! See above for more information on connecting via YouTube.

Recordings of the services (which may be edited for clarity) will appear on our YouTube channel after worship.

Related:
>> Suspension of In-Person Activities
>> Pastoral Letter for times of distancing