Rev. Norris guest preaching in Berkeley

About the Reverend Aaron Norris

The Rev. Aaron Norris preaches at TRUU three Sundays a month even though he lives in Boulder with his family.

Rev. Norris holds a masters from the Iliff School of Theology, a Juris Doctorate from the Sturm College of Law, a Masters in International Relations from the Korbel School at the University of Denver, and Bachelors in Creative Writing from the University of Colorado at Boulder.

He was ordained by the First Universalist Church of Denver where he served as Assistant Minister. He is a father, a beer brewer, a lover of good jokes, and a student of popular culture. Click here to learn more about the Rev. Norris.


Two Rivers UU is following the guidance of both the Unitarian Universalist Association and the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) on Coronavirus safety. As of July 2022, we hold three in-person services a month, and those three services are also available via Zoom and Facebook.

The other Sunday is usually a participatory fellowship service. One way or the other, we will get together every Sunday.

In months with five Sundays, the last Sunday of the month devoted to a social justice service – a service that explores how to connect our religious principles to action. That’s in keeping with the Unitarian-Universalist notion of being a religion of “deeds not creeds”.

Fully vaccinated people are welcome to join us in person at Third Street Center in Carbondale. Assuming we have enough volunteers, we will have someone at Third Street to welcome anyone who shows up, no matter which Sunday it happens to be.

Or Broadcast or Online

Our live service will also be carried on Zoom and broadcast to Facebook, so if health concerns, travel or weather deter you from attending, join us there.

  • To attend the livestream Service Sunday morning at 10:00 am, which is held on Facebook, please know that you do NOT need to have a Facebook account. Anyone can access it. This link will take you to the livestream service.
  • You also find detailed directions for accessing the livestream within Facebook on this link. (Scroll down the right column.)
  • You might consider inviting a neighbor, or a friend or 2 or 3, to watch the Sunday Service together.

If you miss the service on Sunday, the video recording will be posted here on our website. You will find a full archive of services on this page.