You Are Welcome Here!
UUCWC welcomes you to participate in our services and our activities.
As Unitarian Universalists, we believe that we need not think alike to love alike. As a living, evolving religious movement, we freely draw from many sources for inspiration and guidance. We pose no creed, for we believe that religious faith is uniquely personal and evolves as we each engage in our inner search and in our life journey. This quest is enriched and empowered by the diversity of our community.
UUCWC promotes acceptance of one another within our congregation. You are welcome here regardless of your race, color, sexual orientation, theological background, age, gender, income, or mental or physical abilities.
We invite you to explore what UUCWC has to offer to you.
We have much to lift up and celebrate within UUCWC. Let us take a moment to reflect on the value UUCWC has in our lives and consider a year-end gift of gratitude.
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YUUR Voice in Trenton Newsletter – January 2015 Happy New Year from UULMNJ! Here are a few UULMNJ highlights: Legislation: UULMNJ supported the following legislation and initiatives this past quarter: Bail Reform Legislation and Constitutional Amendment, Opportunity to Compete, Presumptive Parole, Earned Sick Days, Affordable Housing/COAH and Sandy Relief. Stamp Out Despair Appeal: Many of […]
Services and programming are on as scheduled for Sunday, January 25. The Weather Channel reports there may be icy spots, particularly on untreated surfaces where water gathered. Hopewell Valley police say the area looks clear. Please use caution when driving.
The UUCWC Endowment Committee is pleased to announce that grant funds will be available for the fiscal year 2015-2016. The grant funds are made possible due to the contributions by generous donors in honor of or in memory of someone, and in recognition of the need to provide for long-term sustainability of UUCWC. The endowment […]
A contingent of 21 volunteers from UUCWC came together to participate in the Martin Luther King Day of Service at the HomeFront Family Preservation Center. There were 12 adults 4 teens and 5 children volunteers from UUCWC. This may be the start of a new UUCWC tradition. Organized by Ronnie Dobrowolski, they completed a number […]
Dr. Martin Luther King delivered the Ware Lecture: Don’t Sleep Through the Revolution, to the Unitarian Universalist Association General Assembly in Hollywood, Florida, May 18, 1966. Click below to read the lecture on the UUA website. Ware Lecture – Dr. Martin Luther King