On October 31st at 10am, UUCWC will be offering tandem worship opportunities. We invite you to join us for worship, offered as either a virtual service or an outdoor, in-person service (weather permitting). The content of both services will be the same. We expect this may … read more.
On September 12, 2021, UUCWC offered two services: one online, full service for Water Communion, and another in-person brief self directed ritual on the church grounds. Here is a video sharing the stations and rituals shared at the church.
As you know, our goal since July was to reopen the church for small groups and meetings in August and, with limited attendance and other boundaries, to reopen the sanctuary for Sundays beginning September 12. Because of the rise in positive COVID cases, we were … read more.
Dear UUCWC members and friends,
It has been a great joy and privilege to lead services from the sanctuary these last two Sundays. I have imagined so many of you there with me, and dreamed of how it will be when we share that and remote … read more.
November 3, Election Day
– Spiritual Grounding for Election Day, Zoom, 10am – 10pm
Join Unitarian Universalist Ministers from around the country for a time to create positive, calming energy; a space of refuge and visioning an election … read more.
By Susan Irgang, Congregational Administrator
As we head into the winter weather season, it seems like a good time to review the Inclement Weather policy at UUCWC. The primary consideration in any decision to close is the safety of members, friends, and visitors who participate in … read more.
The Unitarian Universalist Church at Washington Crossing will hold a single service on each Sunday of December 2019, at 10am, instead of two services at 9:00am and 11:00am.
A family oriented and participatory Nativity Pageant service will take place on Sunday, December 22 at … read more.
Special Service Times Announced for 2019
December 22 – 10:00am
Born In Bethlehem: A Christmas Pageant
Come join us for a participatory nativity pageant during our family Christmas service. Only a few roles are cast in advance of the service, the rest of the at least … read more.
In the final line of her poem The Summer Day, Mary Oliver asks “What is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” This query became the focus of our first worship service of the new year, the second annual “generations” … read more.