What is Unitarian Universalism?
Where is UUCWC located?
Is your building accessible?
When are your services?
What should I wear to services?
Is there child care and classes for children during Sunday services?
Do you have activities for older youth and teenagers?
Do you offer classes for adults?
How can I become a member of UUCWC?
How can I find out what is going on at UUCWC?
How can I become involved with the UUCWC community?
Does UUCWC rent its facilities?
Will UUCWC perform marriages and civil union ceremonies?
Is UUCWC engaged in social justice efforts?

What is Unitarian Universalism?
Unitarian Universalism is a religion where people with different beliefs worship together as one faith. We unite this theological diversity through shared universal values: Unitarian Universalism’s 7 Principles* affirm the inherent worth of human beings, each person’s unique spiritual journey, the importance of justice in our global community, and respect for the web of life. At UUCWC, we seek to create a warm and welcoming community, celebrate the wonder and mystery of life, and change the world through acts of justice and compassion. For more information on Unitarian Universalism as a faith tradition, visit the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations.
*On Sunday, June 3, 2018 at UUCWC’s annual congregational meeting, we voted by a supermajority to adopt the 8th Principle. UUCWC became the sixth congregation to adopt the 8th principle at the congregational level.  The UUA is in the process of considering adoption of this principle.

Where is UUCWC located?
UUCWC is located at 268 Washington Crossing-Pennington Road, in Titusville, N.J., near Washington Crossing State Park. We draw our membership from Mercer, Hunterdon, and Bucks counties.

Is your building accessible?
Both levels of the building are accessible by an outside ramp. There is also a chairlift inside the main stairway. Restrooms and main doors have automatic door openers. We have instituted a variety of other initiatives and continue to work to make UUCWC accessible to all.

When are your services?
We are holding online services are at 10:00 am on Sunday mornings.

What should I wear to services?
Dress is casual. Come as you are! However you feel comfortable — pant suit or jeans, heels or flip-flops, dress or football jersey, — you’re dressed appropriately.

Is there child care and classes for children during Sunday services?
For 2021-2022, Robin Pugh, Director of Lifespan Faith Engagement will offer Family Chapel every 1st and 3rd Sunday from 9-9:30am. We are not offering child care at this time.

Do you have activities for older youth and teenagers?
Tweens and teens are invited to a firepit gathering at UUCWC from 7-8:30pm every 1st and 3rd Friday, weather dependent. There will be food, games and discussion; please bring a chair and wear a face mask.

Do you offer classes for adults?
Adult Intellectual and spiritual growth through life-long learning is part of UUCWC’s mission. Our Adult Faith Engagement (AFE) classes encourage personal growth. A range of courses and spiritual development circles are offered throughout the year. See the AFE current course listing for details and registration information.

How can I become a member of UUCWC?
After you’ve attended some of our services, you might like to attend an after-church introductory session or an Adult Faith Engagement class that goes deeper into Unitarian Universalism. Check out our path to membership; contact the office to make an appointment with the minister to learn more or, if you’re ready, to sign the membership book.

How can I find out what is going on at UUCWC?
Keep up with activities and events at UUCWC through the weekly news email, the on-line calendar, monthly CrossCurrents newsletter, and our website and the UUCWC blogs.

How can I become involved with the UUCWC community?
Volunteer; join ministry teams or committees, find an AFE chalice circle or class; attend a neighborhood potluck in your area; attend a community-building event; help out as an usher or greeter, serve as a sound or video tech on Sunday morning, volunteer in the office, sing in the choir, tend a garden. Check our website or contact the office for more information.

Does UUCWC rent its facilities?
Yes. Our rooms can comfortably accommodate 12–300 people. The 300-seat sanctuary provides a beautiful setting for weddings (and we’ve long supported marriage equality, which is now the law in New Jersey). Our expansive Crossings Room, adjacent to a commercial kitchen, is an ideal venue for wedding receptions, parties, and dinners. Classrooms and conference rooms provide settings for smaller groups.  Contact the office for more information.

Does UUCWC welcome non-member weddings?
Yes! UUs believe that all couples should be able to have a marriage ceremony that meets their spiritual needs. UUCWC’s sanctuary provides a lovely setting for weddings (and we welcome same-sex couples). Contact the office for scheduling and fee information or for an appointment to discuss your ceremony with our minister or one of our licensed wedding officiants.

Is UUCWC engaged in social justice efforts?
It’s part of our mission to change the world through acts of justice and compassion. 
For many UUs, working for social justice is an integral part of being a Unitarian Universalist. Our Council for Faith in Action coordinates our justice-making and community service activities. There are many opportunities for involvement, including the ministries of the Council for Faith in Action, Earth Ministry, our Food Ministry (serving meals to the hungry in Mercer County), and our HomeFront project tutoring homeless kids in partnership with HomeFront New Jersey.