Visit the Welcome Center to chat with the volunteers before or after the Sunday service.

  • Attend as many Inquirers’ Series classes as possible. These are held after service most Sundays. Topics include a Q&A with the minister; UU history, principles and sources; faith development;worship and liturgical year; social action and community service; pastoral care and small groups; and membership and congregational life.

  • Make an appointment to visit with the Rev. Lora Brandis.

  • Participate in one of our Soul Matters small groups, an Adult Religious Exploration class, or a spiritual practices class such as the Buddhist Sangha.

  • Volunteer for a Horizon social event, social justice gathering or religious education event to get to know others at Horizon.

  • Join a small group to get to know members and new friends.


Email our minister, the Reverend Lora Brandis, at minister@horizonuu.org to sign the membership book and be inducted into membership by the congregation at a special Sunday service. (Your participation in this service, usually scheduled quarterly, is optional, though encouraged.) 

  • Attend services and church social activities as often as you are able. Continue to attend church classes or join a small group to deepen your own spiritual practices.

  • Make a financial pledge to Horizon to become a full voting member. Strive towards “the modern tithe” of 5% of your income. You may use the convenience of auto-draft to pay your pledge. Gifts of all levels are valued and appreciated!

  • Volunteer by using your time, talents and experience for the good of the church.  A great starting place is to serve as a greeter before the service or on the hospitality team.

  • Serve the church and our larger community by participating in social justice programs. Help us bring to life our covenant to treat every person with respect and compassion.