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What to expect

How do I get to the building

Find directions to our building and parking information here.

What are Sundays like?

Are you curious what you might expect when attending a Humanist gathering?The centerpiece of our shared life is our Sunday Assembly, which takes place at 10:30 a.m. This is available in person in our Upper Assembly Hall or streaming online via our website. During our hour together, we listen to and participate in music from a variety of traditions; we hear an enlightening talk by a minister or guest speaker; we laugh together, and explore what it means to be human. Afterward, join us in our Lower Assembly Hall for conversation and our scrumptious mini meal. We also offer learning, justice, and social events at other times.

What should I wear?

Our members and friends dress in a manner that is casual and comfortable for them. Feel free to wear anything from blue jeans to ball gowns.

Who could I talk to?

We’ll do our best to identify you as a visitor. Some visitors are hungry to talk, while others want to be left alone (this is Minnesota).

  • Greeters are on duty before the Assembly both at the Mt. Curve and the Groveland Terrace entrances, but the entire congregation is on the “welcome team,” so just ask.
  • Join us downstairs after Assembly for our delicious mini meal. No one leaves hungry! 
  • Stop by the Welcome Table in the social hall to inquire about the Society and upcoming events and programs.
  • Members of the program staff are available until noon most Sundays and look forward to meeting you.

Can I watch live streams of your events?

All of our Sunday Assemblies are broadcast live on our website, on our YouTube channel, on our Facebook page, and on our X page. You can find a wide variety of other FUS media on our media page


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Rev. Kelli Clement, Assistant Minister

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