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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.
March 22, 2015
Pledge Drive 2015 - 2016
Service of Installation
as our settled minister.
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8 Sacred Circles will gather on Friday, May 1 to celebrate Beltane. Also known as May Day, this marks the halfway point of the spring season. We’ll celebrate the beauty of this time when we witness signs of life returning to the earth. Fellowship is at 7 with the ritual beginning at 7:30. Please bring […]
On Sunday, April 12th, in consideration for the afternoon service of installation for Rev. Kim, there will be ONLY ONE SERVICE at 10am. INSTALLATION REMINDER Sunday, April 12 4pm – UUCWC Sanctuary (arrive early for parking instructions) Reception (rsvp only, sorry no walk in’s) Washington Crossing Banquet Hall at the Union Fire Company & Rescue Squad […]
Parking will be limited at the church for the next few weeks as our grounds dry out from muddy conditions following the melting snow and recent wet conditions. Church leadership has addressed this issue, and we are please to report that we have gotten preliminary approval from the township to expand parking here at UUCWC […]
A discussion of this year’s common read will take place on Sunday, April 26, at 12:30. In Reclaiming Prophetic Witness, leading UU theologian Paul Rasor dispels the myth that conservative Christianity is the only valid religious voice in the national debates on social policy. He calls on us to embrace our prophetic heritage and bring […]
The Loaves and Fishes Social Justice Project begins on Friday, March 27, 2015. Here’s a rundown of what will be happening. Making Lunches We’ll be making 800 lunches in the Crossings Room on Friday beginning at 6:30 PM. Children and adults can help. The more people helping the sooner we finish. Brownies Please drop off Brownies […]