Upcoming Services

At 10:00 am on Sundays, our worship service video will be here on the homepage of our website and it will be available anytime after that. The video will also be available on the Eliot Chapel Facebook page which will allow you to comment and interact. We welcome your participation!



Sunday, September 6 – “This Religious Community as a Recharging Station”

Rev. Tandi Rogers 

What does it mean to be Unitarian Universalist in these times, these mean times? We are being asked to rethink and reform, and that requires recharging. Let us gather together to examine our collective lives together and how we offer renewal to one another.


Rev. Tandi Rogers is a long-time fan of the congregants of Eliot Unitarian Chapel. She is also the learning strategist for the new conflict engagement initiative of the UUA, a professor at both Meadville-Lombard Theological School and the Seattle University School of Theology & Ministry, as well as a spiritual director in private practice. She lives in Tacoma, WA with her wife Rev. Sue Phillips and their 12-year-old son.


Sunday, September 13 – "Ingathering Sunday: Renewing Faith" 

Rev. Barbara H. Gadon

What do Jesus, Peter, Hurricane Katrina, and Eliot Chapel have in common? You’ll just have to come to the service online and find out. 


And after the service, join us at 11:30 am IN PERSON for the Ingathering Drive-ThrUU Extravaganza. We will have stations around our parking lot and grounds for you and your family to greet people from Eliot (from your cars). Listen to fun music! Wave to your friends! Reconnect to your church family! Give food and receive fabulous prizes!


Sunday, September 20 – “Renew, Rinse, Repeat”

Rev. Krista Taves 

The modern structure of the week gives many of us two days of rest for every five days of work.  Most of us can’t compartmentalize work and rest quite like this.  Renewal can’t just be scheduled in or postponed until it’s appropriate.  Renewal can and often does happen every day.  We will be building a slide show for the service holding up how we find renewal.  Please send a picture of you and/or your family doing your favorite things!  


Sunday, September 27, 2020 - “Renewing Love”

Rev. Barbara H. Gadon

St. Louis activist Amy Hunter once described the work of racial justice as helping people fall in love with one another, to become family. When someone is part of our family, she said, we cannot not rest until they are whole. We have glimpses of this feeling from time to time, but it can feel like waiting for lightning to strike. How do we practice falling in love? And why does it matter so much?