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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.
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8 Sacred Circles is a UUCWC spirit group which celebrates ancient “holy days” as determined by nature’s calendar — the solstices, equinoxes and four “cross-quarter” days which that the midpoint of the seasons. Each day has a special significance that provides a theme for our gathering. While a commitment to marking each of the eight days is not […]
Come kick up your heels with Loren McAlister and Nancy Neff (Yes! Nancy is coming back from Maine for this event!) at a French Country Dance. We will have a professional caller who will lead us through these simple, fun dances; no experience and no partner necessary. Live music, light refreshments and lots of laughs. […]
Martin Luther King Jr. Day is January 16, 2017. Please let Ronnie Dobrowolski know if you plan to help.
Ministry of Music In honor of Caryl Tipton, our Director of Music Ministry for the last 25 years, gather in celebration, thanksgiving, and praise for the ministry of music. Join us for coffee and cake following the one service at 10am.
Dry Run Creek Trail – West Amwell Township Meet in the parking lot at UUCWC at 12:30 PM to carpool. We anticipate hiking about 2.5 miles. The trail descends through woods into the steep-sided valley of the Dry Run Creek, a tributary of Moore’s Creek. It then gradually climbs north, sometimes skirting the charming ledge-bound […]