This Week's Service

Celebrating Our History: Emerson & Fuller

Unitarian Universalism names direct experience as an important source of religious and spiritual understanding, an idea that originated with 19th century Transcendentalism. Join us as we celebrate our history with a ‘dramatic dialogue’ between two important figures in the Transcendental movement, Ralph Waldo Emerson and … read more.

Recent News

  • On the Art Wall: A Flaming Chalice Retrospective
    Almost ten years ago, UUCC folks of all ages and artistic abilities were invited to submit an 8×10 canvas to community art installation focused on the theme of the Flaming Chalice, the symbol of our Unitarian Universalist faith. The resulting pieces, created with paint, markers, pen, pencil, glitter glue, textiles, paper, photographs, and ...
  • Drag Me to Church!
    Unitarian Universalist Community Church is an inclusive and affirming community. Our denomination has been on the forefront of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer equality for more than 50 years. Our recent Drag Me to Church event was held in alignment to our values and principles. We are grateful to Miss Moscato, Gretta Vendetta, ...
  • Yoga Nidra is back!
    Daring to Rest™ facilitator, Erica Guthaus, was practicing what she preaches this summer by taking a long rest from leading Zoom Yoga Nidra sessions for us. She had a renewing and relaxing summer (except for the part when her entire household came down with Covid!) and now she is ready to restart Yoga Nidra at UUCC. ...
  • Mindfulness Practice with Eric Nelson
    Join Eric on the 4th Wednesday of each month at 7:00 PM via Zoom to learn basic stress management skills through Mindfulness. During this Zoom gathering, you will learn practices that support present moment attention, which is characterized as non-judgmental, nonreactive, and kind. Instead of unconsciously reacting to life, based on past habits and conditioning, mindfulness ...
  • Religious Exploration for Kids and Youth
    Religious Exploration for Kids begins at 10:00 AM and takes place at the same time as our Sunday Services. Masks are encouraged for all who can safely wear them. Each multi-age Religious Exploration session will begin with a chalice lighting, sharing of joys and concerns, and a time for reflection, meditation, or prayer. Kids ...
  • Listen to Us
    Did you know you could listen to recent Sunday service talks on your phone or computer? Just click on the button “Sermon Archive” and then select the “Recent Audio” option on the left side menu.


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Our People

I have been a member of UUCC since it began and find that the inspiring messages on Sunday, the friendships in the church community, and the opportunities to make a difference in the world, together, bring me back year after year.

It was important to me for our children to grow up in a religious education program with an exposure to many different faiths and a willingness to listen and consider new ideas without fear. Now, as a retired adult, I appreciate how UUCC continues to challenge me and educate me about social justice and political issues. Even more, though, I love the Sunday break in my busy week to center my spirit and call me back to my best self.

Nancy Calme