In this special all ages service, we celebrate the many ways we gather as a community, formed in diversity. This service will include a “Blessing of the Backpacks.” All school age children and youth are invited to bring their backpacks or other school bags to … read more.
Join us for this very special intergenerational service, as we celebrate the diversity of life on earth and the diversity of human community. This year we honor Earth Day with a favorite Unitarian Universalist ritual — the Flower Celebration. In this ritual, every person brings … read more.
Bread symbolizes hearth and home and comfort. Sharing of bread is a way of bringing people together. In our annual UCWC Bread Service, we will honor our many backgrounds and the common humanity that brings us together in this, our spiritual home. We invite all … read more.
At 501 South High Street.
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony – 9:30 am on the front steps. Singing for Gathering – 9:50 am. Service – 10:00 am.
Come celebrate our newly renovated congregation. In this special intergenerational service, we will dedicate our newly renovated sacred space, celebrating in words, … read more.
We come together from many homes, backgrounds, and walks of life. Each gathering is a blessing, and each of us takes blessings with us when we go. This intergenerational ingathering service will celebrate the blessings we carry into the world. Part of the service will … read more.
RE Sunday is the annual service in which we celebrate classes, recognize our volunteer teachers, and celebrate student milestones. This year, we’ll explore a Spirit Play class, learn what common toolbox items can remind us how to live our UU faith, and discover how the … read more.
The act of sharing bread is an ancient way of bringing people together. In our traditional UCWC Bread Communion, we will celebrate our diverse pathways and backgrounds and the common humanity that brings us together. We invite all members and friends of UCWC to bring … read more.
Our connections run deep with one another, with all of humanity, and with the earth itself. In our annual intergenerational Ingathering service, we’ll celebrate these connections through song, story, and water. Each family is invited to bring a small container of water from your home … read more.