Join us for Service this Sunday at 10:30 a.m.


A Service by the Youth of Northwoods

Corretta Scott King, American author, activist for civil rights, and wife of Martin Luther King Jr said, “Freedom and justice cannot be parceled out in pieces to suit political convenience. I don’t believe you can stand for freedom for one group of people and deny it to others.” Come listen to this idea as presented by the Youth of our congregation. 

This week: Attendance is online AND in person.

To attend in person: Masks are required in the building. Signing in is encouraged in case there is a need for contact tracing. You do not need to sign up in advance to attend service.

To attend online: Online worship will take place using the Zoom video-conferencing platform. Use our custom URL to attend service: or join by Meeting ID: 766 833 5778.


More information about attending in person


Also this Sunday…


Food on the First

On the first Sunday of every month Northwoods takes up a collection for the local food bank. Please bring non-perishable food items (pasta, rice, canned goods, peanut butter, cereal, canned tuna or chicken, etc.) You could also make a monetary donation online using the Food on the First designation, or text your donation amount with the word “food” to 832-637-6562.

Before and After Service

Purchase Arts in Action ART DASH Tickets

Arts in Action is on April 22, and Art Dash tickets are on sale now! There is a sampling of art already hanging in the Sanctuary – one of these pieces could be yours. Every ticket holder will win one piece of art valued at $50 or more. Stop by the Art Dash Table on Sunday and Greg McDonell will get you set up with a ticket. Tickets are $40, and remember, every ticket wins!.

10:30 a.m.

Religious Education

This Week In Religious Education: The Youth of Northwoods will be presenting the service this Sunday.

This Week In RE:
Chalice Children- All of Me
Spirit Play “The Flower Communion” This story is from our UU  faith traditions and tells the story of Norbert Copek and the first flower communion.
Explorers “The Flower Communion” This story is from our UU  faith traditions and tells the story of Norbert Copek and the first flower communion
Connecting Faiths – Plan to attend the Youth Worship Service and see what’s ahead for you next year. 
Youth – Youth Worship service!!!

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