The mission of Thomas Jefferson Unitarian church is to make a difference in the world by creating a community of celebration, sharing and support, where we explore questions of belief, spirit and values, and where we welcome all who seek the paths of truth and who honor freedom with responsibility.
Thinking about visiting?
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We welcome and affirm people of all abilities
Rev. Elwood Sturtevant
UUs have not just a set of seven principles, but also six sources upon which our living tradition draws. We’ll look at them over the course of the coming year, including the first source: “Direct experience of that transcending mystery and wonder, affirmed in all cultures, which moves us to a renewal of spirit and an openness to the forces that create and uphold life.” – ERS
Kenya Education and AIDS Program
Click to learn about our program to help kids affected by the AIDs epidemic
Caregiver Support Group
The Caregivers’ Support Group every First Tuesday of the month at 4 pm. All are welcome.This group is for anyone in a caregiving situation, either local or long-distance.
TJ Book Sale
August 29th in the farmhouse at 9:00 am
Begin bringing your books for the sale on Sunday August 23rd. Ask your family and friends to contribute their reads as well.
Fresh Homegrown Organic Veggies
Every Sunday in the Gathering Area at TJ:
tomatoes, pole beans, cucumbers, squash, okra, eggplant, kale, corn, beets, etc – all organic & homegrown.
All proceeds benefit TJ’s Kenya Education & AIDS Program
We’re Ready to Welcome Your Family!
Come as you are! Discover a community of spirit where respect, justice, and compassion are valued. Explore your questions of belief with us.
Register your child for 2015-2016 Religious Exploration! Click Here
WinterFair Artist Updates! Please check here for information you will need for this year’s event. New artists also click here
In July we will present a young woman – Jessica Miller – who makes art from coffee, wine, tea and milk stains on cloth. Her work is a deliberate exploration of the medium she has chosen. We all have choices in how to achieve a visual objective and she has chosen to draw and create images from the liquids she consumes, as part of the life cycle.