Our lively congregation of more than 375 members is diverse in age and beliefs. Services resound with the energy of children and the warmth of older members who have nurtured the tiny fellowship that was founded in 1949. We embrace a wide variety of beliefs and recognize in our services the wisdom of many traditions, including Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, Native American and other earth-based religions, and Islam.
We are a self-governing organization led by two co-ministers, quite different in style, selected by the congregation. Our Mission Statement reflects our strong commitment to religious education for children, youth, and adults; an active campus ministry, and social justice. We have been particularly active in recent years in promoting equal rights for GLBT persons.