sign-insandy_greeterWelcome to the Unitarian Universalist Church at Washington Crossing (UUCWC). We wish you a warm welcome, and are glad that you found us.

Visitors to UUCWC will be greeted at the front door. Please feel free to ask any questions you might have about UUCWC or Unitarian Universalism.

Children attend the first part of the service and then leave the service to attend class. Please talk to a member of our Religious Education Committee about our religious education curriculum and enrolling children in classes.

After service please join us for coffee hour where we meet to talk and socialize.

The path to relationship and connection within UUCWC includes three conversations.

Talk and Tours are offered twice every month: the first Sunday of each month after the first service, and on the second Sunday of each month after the second service. Talk and Tours are a quick and simple way to get to know a member of the congregation, have a tour of the building, and get to ask any of those initial questions you might have. This is also a great way to get to hear a bit about Unitarian Universalism and UUCWC just by looking around our grounds.  If your child was in an RE class, please pick them up before attending the Talk and Tour – kids are welcome to attend and will enjoy looking around, too!

Our Roots conversation is offered every other month and is the first of two conversations that are to be had consecutively. Roots is your first opportunity to meet other visitors and friends of the congregation, to have time with the minister and other members of UUCWC, and ask some of those bigger questions you might have about Unitarian Universalism — What do you think about Jesus?  Why such a long name?  Is this a church? We hope many of your questions will be answered during this time as you hear about our history and theology. A light lunch and childcare are provided.

Wings is the conversation that is had directly following Roots.  Here we talk about where we as individuals came from (were you raised Catholic or Jewish, secular or UU?) and what we might consider our spiritual center now — or at least what we are curious about, excited by, or struggling with. Ours is a faith based in constant revelation so we assume that your spiritual center has moved and is moving!  It is also during this conversation that you can learn about the expectations and the benefits of membership at UUCWC; how to get involved; and have an opportunity to sign the membership book. A light lunch and childcare are provided.