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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.
Annual Pledge Campaign 2014-2105
After meeting with people from Social Justice, Council for Faith in Action, and members of other social justice initiatives here at UUCWC, Rev. Kim would like to gather all of us under one roof for a workshop / retreat. Our main focus for this time will be to Spend time with all who are doing, […]
What’s keeping YOU from signing up to host a Sunday Fellowship hour following a Sunday service? It’s fun, easy and a great way to get involved with church life without a huge time commitment. Basic tasks include setting up tables in the Crossings Room, bringing some light refreshments to share, cleaning up after fellowship hour and […]
Food Ministry Donations Needed UUCWC’s Food Ministry is Thriving! Thank you for your generous donations. Can you please continue to help us help others? Items needed by Sunday, October 5: Tomato sauce 85% ground beef Ziti Fruit Cups Please place perishable items i the freezer marked Food Ministry and non-perishable items in the kitchen […]
Rosie Rarich, our wonderful nursery caregiver for the last 10 years has decided it is time to move on. She is in her second year as a full time teacher and she needs her weekends to recharge and prepare. She wrote the congregation a lovely resignation letter which you can read below. September 6, 2014 […]
It’s Tuesday afternoon. For the last three days the reflection questions from Sunday’s Crossing II have been sitting on my desk calling for my attention and intention: 1. If someone were to follow you for a day, week, or a month, what would they say you Promise yourself to? 2. What promises need to be […]