Welcome to Eastrose.
If you’re a first time visitor, we encourage you to get here before the service begins (between 10:00 and 10:15 should give you enough time). An early arrival will give you time to tour the building, meet other congregants and possibly the minister.
For those with children, we invite you to visit the children’s classrooms and meet the Director of Religious Exploration.
Can’t come early. No problem. There will always be a greeter, just outside the chapel, to help orient you and answer any questions you may have.
If you are new to Unitarian Universalism …
… then you are in exactly the right place. Be sure to check out the Common Q&A page where answers to our most common questions may be found, and our link to Also, be sure to ask the greeters to show you the brochures available that address questions for newcomers.
If you have been a member of Unitarian Universalism elsewhere…
… you may find information about our particular fellowship and its activities more helpful. The menu items at the top of the page titled Activities and About Eastrose are for folks who know they are in the right neighborhood but are still searching for a home. The latter, in particular, is intended to introduce you to some prominent members of the community, so to speak.