The Importance of Having Fun at Church

by Julie Rigano, Director of Family Ministry

I grew up at church. We went every Sunday. If I had a sleepover at a friend’s house on Saturday night, I was picked up early on Sunday for church. I resented it a little when I was young, … read more.


by Julie Rigano, Director of Family Ministry

As the leaves turn from green to yellow and amber and blinding orange,
I can’t help but stare at the vivid colors.
It’s not just me.
It’s a phenomenon loved by many.
People travel to see the transformation.
We can’t help but bear witness … read more.

Growing Ever After

by Julie Rigano, Director of Family Ministry

On the surface, Stephen Sondheim’s musical Into the Woods is merely a musical about fairytales. In the first act we see classic fairytale characters such as Little Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, and Jack before his beanstalk. Their lives intertwine … read more.

Four Is My Number One

By Julie Rigano, Director of Family Ministry

It’s hard to pick, but I think the fourth Unitarian Universalist principle is my favorite. I believe that a free and responsible search for truth and meaning is the core of our faith development at all ages. We are … read more.

Not the Usual Ask

by Robin Pugh, Director of Congregational Life

UUCWC has a history of stepping up to the plate when needed. It is a history we are proud of. We are a busy congregation, yet we always respond when we are needed.

You are needed now. The help I’m … read more.

Our Principles and Purposes Are a Living Tradition

by Robin Pugh, Director of Lifespan Faith Engagement

Did you know that our denomination is currently reviewing the by-laws that contain the UU principles?

When the Universalist Church of America and the American Unitarian Association merged in 1961 to form the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA), the merged … read more.