Nora UU Church - Hanska, Mn

What to expect when you visit

A picture of Nora UU Church

Nora Unitarian Universalist Church is a liberal congregation with Christian roots. In keeping with the church’s commitment to freedom of individual belief, no creedal test is required of those seeking membership. We embrace Christian morals and ethics without necessarily believing in the deity of Jesus, or even the existence of a God. A traditional view of Jesus and the divine, other beliefs, and non-beliefs are equally respected.

Enter the red doors for direct access to the sanctuary. Enter the glass doors to the right for the coffee time or to access the sanctuary via a ramp.

A picture of the 10:00 coffee time.

Our Sunday service begins at 10:30 a.m. and is followed by an 11:30 a.m. coffee and social time.

As you enter the sanctuary, greeters will welcome you and give you a bulletin for the service.

A picture of the sanctuary in the Nora UU Church

Infants, children and youth are welcome in the sanctuary for all services. A self-serve nursery (equipped with pews, a rocking chair and quiet toys) is available in the loft at the rear of the sanctuary for families who may be more comfortable participating in the service in a relaxed setting. Children in the loft should be accompanied by parents at all times.

Our order of service, which may vary slightly from week to week, will be familiar to those accustomed to Protestant worship services.  It typically includes such elements as:

Our minister (or service leader and guest speaker) look forward to greeting you after the service. Others will be eager to make you welcome as well.

Usually there is a potluck lunch following the service on the first Sunday of each month.
We welcome visitors!

Please join us and share our search for a thoughtful religious experience and social comittment in this beautiful setting.

 

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