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 firstname.lastname@example.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.