What we're about

Lake Shore Unitarian Society (http://lakeshoreunitarian.org/) (LSUS) is an open-minded Unitarian-Universalist congregation, affiliated with the UUA (http://www.uua.org/). We offer spirituality, knowledge and music to the community. For over 50 years, LSUS has brought families of various religious and cultural backgrounds together in a community of shared spiritual values: education, compassion, respect, and responsibility.

At our Sunday service, we invite highly-regarded speakers to present on a wide range of thought-provoking topics to enhance appreciation and awareness for the world we live in. The service also includes inspirational music performance by classically trained, acclaimed musicians. Our Religious Explorations (RE) program (http://lakeshoreunitarian.org/religious-education) aims to educate children and teens with core spiritual values and cultural literacy they need as they grow up in this increasingly interdependent world.

All are welcome to attend our religious/spiritual Sunday services. We ask that you arrive a little early and turn off your cell phones. As LSUS service is not an open-forum discussion, please reserve your questions to the speaker until the Q&A section at the end of the service. You may also address your comments with the speakers during our "coffee and conversation hour" immediately after the service, which is open to all attendees.

We look forward to seeing you at our next service! Please leave a message if you have any questions about our services, programs, and events, or visit our website: LakeShoreUnitarian.org (http://lakeshoreunitarian.org/)

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