Services

‘Sing and Rejoice!’ with us on Easter Sunday!

Join us for our all-ages traditional Easter celebration. The program features Easter hymns, music, stories, songs, and prayers. Allison Cryer, Student Minister, and David Horst, Minister, lead the program. The Central Unitarian Church Choir, conducted by Robert René Galván and accompanied by Matt Anderson, sings “Rise Up!” and “Simple Gifts.” Our Guest Artist is flutist Marv … Continued

Broadway comes to Paramus this Sunday!

Join us for a concert-worship program featuring Andrew Foote and Adrianne Hick performing an array of Broadway selections, accompanied by Matt Anderson, Director of Music. David Horst, Minister, presents a reflection entitled “All I Want.” Allison Cryer, Student Minister, assists. Sunday School classes meet at 10:45. Coffee and conversation follow the morning programs.  

‘How to Get Committed’

Central Unitarian Church welcomes us on Sundays. It educates our kids in religion and morality. It offers us friendships and a chance to do good in the world. But is that all the church is to us? Church Member Rab Bell explores how commitment to the congregation can change our lives, if we let it, in his sermon … Continued

We honor ‘Transgender Day of Visibility’

This Sunday morning we honor “Transgender Day of Visibility” and welcome Zr. Alex Kapitan, a trainer, speaker, consultant, editor, anti-oppression activist, and trans/queer lifelong Unitarian Universalist, presenting “Transgender Faith: Moving Beyond ‘Welcome’ to Transformation.” Phil Sosinsky, Worship Associate, and David Horst, Minister, assist. Sunday School classes meet at 10:45 following the opening of the worship service. … Continued

‘A Skeptic’s Guide to Praise’

Allison Cryer, Student Minister and a student at Union Theological Seminary, leads this Sunday’s worship service and presents a sermon entitled “A Skeptic’s Guide to Praise.” The service also features Robert René Galván, Conductor, and the Church Choir performing “Amazing Grace” and “As Truly as God is Our Father” based on a text by Julian … Continued

Join us for the all-ages Spring Equinox service!

This Sunday morning as we celebrate the first day of spring at an all-ages Spring Equinox worship service-in-the-round. Children and families are welcome. The program features the Celtic duo of Carol Crittenden, Singer, and Margery Fitts, Harpist, in honor of St. Patrick’s Day. Lynn Sodora, Director of Religious Education, and the Religious Education Committee present … Continued

‘What Unites Us’

A recent survey by the Public Religion Research Institute/The Atlantic identified deep divisions on ideals of religious and ethnic pluralism in America. This Sunday, David Horst, Minister, discusses the implication of these findings in his sermon, “What Unites Us,” and how we might respond as a religious community committed to equality and fairness. Delores Connors, Worship Associate; … Continued

‘Unitarian Universalism at Home’

This Sunday we conclude our three-part series, the “Central Unitarian Church People Project,” featuring the Amory and Karl Hartman and their family. David Horst, Minister, presents a sermon based on the Hartman’s story entitled “Unitarian Universalism at Home.” The Church Choir, conducted by Robert René Galván and accompanied by Matt Anderson, Director of Music, performs. … Continued

John Freund presents ‘It’s the Principle of the Thing’

Church Member John Freund leads the worship program this Sunday morning, February 24, at 10:30. His sermon topic is “It’s the Principle of the Thing.” A gifted musician and composer, John also performs two of his songs “Beginning from the End” and “Threads of the Web.” Much of our moral sense of ourselves as people … Continued

‘Growing Our Values’

Join us for the second of the three-part Central Unitarian Church “People Project” featuring a video with Jillian Sosinsky, one of our youth who grew up in the congregation, in the series created by Carina Kuhl, Church Member. David Horst, Minister; Lynn Sodora, Director of Religious Education; Allison Cryer, Student Minister; and Matt Anderson, Director of … Continued