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Ways to Connect

Welcome to Cedar Lane, a place where you will be welcomed regardless of your age, religion, race, gender, sexual orientation, or socio-economic status. A place where you can grow spiritually, morally, and intellectually. A religious community where your children will grow up to be spiritually grounded, emotionally mature, socially involved world citizens. A place whose spiritual tradition teaches that everyone has inherent worth and dignity - no exceptions. 

How can you tell whether Cedar Lane is the right place for you? Visit us on a Sunday morning.  Attend our worship service.  Join us for coffee after the service. Meet with the ministers. Ask a lot of questions.  Join a Soul Matters Small Group.  Sign-up to receive our eNews.  Better yet, visit several times and really get to know us. We may be the spiritual home you have been searching for all along.

EXPLORE OUR Newcomers MINISTRIES

UU 101

1st Sundays after the second worship service in the Library (January, March, May, September, November)

For those who would like to learn more about Unitarian Universalism and its rich and varied history. We will explore what it means to be a "non-creedal religion" and will examine in more detail the guiding principles of our faith. You don’t have to be a newcomer to join us. No matter how long you have been with us, you are welcome to enjoy this series and develop deeper relationships with others at Cedar Lane. 

Contact Info

Roger Santodomingo, Membership Coordinator
New Member Orientation

1st Sundays after the second service in the Library (February, April, June, October, December)

Join us in the Library for our Membership Orientation to learn more about Cedar Lane and meet other people who are new here. We’ll have the membership book out then too, if you’re ready to join Cedar Lane. 

Contact Info

Roger Santodomingo, Membership Coordinator