Unitarian Universalist Church of Lexington, KY


Sunday Services

11:00 am

During the service we offer child care for infants & toddlers and Religious Exploration (Sunday School) for children and youth.

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The primary period of worship at UUCL is Sunday morning.  The service usually lasts a little over an hour, and features organized music and ritual and a homily or sermon by a minister or worship leader.

Our children usually attend the first ten minutes of the service and are called to the front for children's time, during which they hear a story and participate in a brief discussion. They then go to their Religious Exploration (Sunday School) Classes, which take place during the adult service. Older youth often attend services and participate in adult services through readings and music.

Music is a big part of the Sunday service, with contributions by our UUCL choir and many of the talented musicians in the church.

We also have special Sunday services several times a year.  Many of our special services are intergenerational, with the children and youth remaining for the entire service.  Examples of recent special services include plays performed by our children and youth, services celebrating a special time of year, and animal blessing services. 

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