For First-Time Visitors
UUCWC is holding online services each Sunday at 10am. Please click here for more information.
As of August 12, 2021, the UUCWC building is again closed to members and friends. For more information, please see Regathering at UUCWC – Update From Rev. Kim (August 12, 2021).
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What happens in a service?
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Because we do not have one source or text, like a bible, our services are crafted around a monthly theme, allowing us to enter a month-long conversation with one another. An outline of a typical order of service can be found below.
We sing hymns — some that may sound familiar but with words that fit our worldview and theological plurality. Twice a month there is a general “meditational prayer” that invites us into a time of quiet and reflection. The other two weeks a month, we make space for a “Joys & Sorrows” ritual, in which the community is invited to share a personal joy or sorrow. There is a sermon, financial affirmation, and lots of beautiful music.
Because Unitarian Universalism is not bound by creed (a statement of belief), our theological diversity is rich. At UUCWC, atheists, theists, earth-based practitioners, and big history cosmology folks all gather under the same roof, hear the same sermons, and sing the same hymns. We believe that our diversity is our greatest strength, from which our hearts, spirits, and world views are expanded.