Unitarians Put Down Roots

Members of the Unitarian Universalist Church plant a tree in dedication of their new building.
Members of the Unitarian Universalist Church plant a tree in dedication of their new building.

For the first time in thirty years, the Sheridan Unitarian Universalist Fellowship owns its own building.  Local president Victor Ashear says this is quite an accomplishment.

The congregation bought the building located at 1950 Brundage Lane and Wednesday a special dedication service took place.  National President, Reverend Peter Morales of Boston, who serves the 1,000 small congregations across the country, traveled to Sheridan to join in on the event.

With a mortgage of $235,000, that’s quite a commitment for a group of fifty people.

In addition to the dedication service, the congregation planted trees followed by a fellowship dinner. Sunday morning services begin at ten and everyone is welcome.

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