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 Robin Pugh, Director of Lifespan Religious Education, or 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.

Faith Forward: UUCWC’s Path to Membership and a Unitarian Universalist Identity

Inquirers Series
Visitors, newcomers, and long term members alike are invited to participate in the Inquirers Series – the first step on our Faith Forward Path. The Inquirers Series meets from 10:10am- 10:50am every Sunday morning in room 103. It is a series of eight conversations that offer a general introduction to our congregation and Unitarian Universalism. The series is ongoing, so you are welcome to participate in the sessions in any order, as you’re able.

The following is the Inquirers Series schedule for upcoming months (order may vary):

  1. Talk ‘n’ Tour
  2. UU History, Principles & Sources
  3. Q & A with the Minister
  4. Faith Development for Children & Adults
  5. Worship & Liturgical Year
  6. Social Action & Community Service
  7. Pastoral Care & Small Groups
  8. Membership 101 and Congregational Life

For the current schedule view Faith Forward under current course offerings

Roots is an introduction to Unitarian Universalist ideas and history, and, though not required to sign the membership book, is recommended for inquirers on our Faith Forward Path. It is offered quarterly on Sundays from 12:30-2:30pm with a light vegetarian lunch, and childcare if requested. The next opportunity to participate is February 11th in room 201. The session is facilitated by Rev. Kim. Join us as we dive into our Unitarian, Universalist, and Unitarian Universalist roots!

Signing the Membership Book
While all Inquirers sessions are encouraged, we require attendance at the UU History, Principles & Sources conversation, as well as the Membership 101 & Congregational Life before individuals make the commitment to membership. An opportunity to join is offered quarterly during the Middle Hour, and is often in conjunction with the start of the next Inquirers series.