Worship Services

Upcoming Service

Murray’s Landing

September 27, 2020

This Sunday we will celebrate the 250th anniversary of our "Universalist Miracle," the landing of John Murray in America with the message of universal salvation. Plus, we'll talk about our hopes for the future of our faith and Wildflower Church.

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Blessing of the Animals

October 04, 2020

St. Francis of Assisi is the patron saint of animals, and in honor of his feast day, we will be talking about our relationship with our fellow creatures. If you have a pet, keep them nearby during the service for a blessing of the animals.

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