I love being UU, and the Congregation has been an important part of our lives since we moved here in 2006. My two girls are 10 and 11 years old, and I think the most important part of the Congregation for me is the education that they are receiving. Read the full testimonial.

I came from a conservative family, and I went to a very conservative, southern high school. Then I went to Oberlin College, the first college to become co-educational and the first college to integrate. There the process started.

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Why I Am At UCWC

You inspire me
You challenge me
Make me think
Make me drink
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I joined the UFWC in 1999, looking for a spiritual home that wouldn’t have a dogma or set of beliefs that everyone had to subscribe to, but one that respected everyone’s personal views and journey concerning the big questions of life. Read the full testimonial.

The church provides a spiritual and religious foundation for us and our children. Read the full testimonial.

We wanted to get married but not in the rigid faith traditions of our youth. We were married by a Unitarian minister who performed a wedding service that we had written. Read the full testimonial.

Why do I support UCWC? The first thing that comes to mind is the RE program. This is one of the main reasons why we walked in the door in the Fall of 2001. We began our search for a spiritual home mostly because we were raising two young boys and wanted to ensure they had a different religious experience than we had. Read the full testimonial.