Life at UUCC is enormously rich and diverse, reflecting the vibrancy and multifacetedness of its community.
UUCC has a lifespan religious education program that builds compassion, tolerance, self-awareness, social consciousness, self-reliance and critical thinking.
Children's religious education is held at the same time as services, downstairs in the Religious Education classrooms. Ask the downstairs greeter to direct you. Teen religious education is generally held on Sunday evenings. Unitarian Universalism is renowned for its progressive and thorough lifespan sexuality education program, Our Whole Lives. Read more
UUCC's acclaimed music ministry offers inspiring, exciting and moving music in a wide array of genres.
Our adult and children's choirs, jazz instrumental ensemble, and talented soloists, perform in services and at concerts and special events. We have a great singing congregation that enjoys hymns every Sunday, led by songleaders from the adult choir. Our adult choir, the UUCC Chalice Choir, is open to anyone who loves to sing and can carry a tune - music-reading helpful, but not essential. Read more
UUCC acts to make the world better, working with other congregations in the community and in the larger society.
We work hard to promote social justice, and the congregation supports the Black Lives Matter movement for racial justice. We are also committed to the cause of fostering equality for LGBTQ persons. We work to protect and preserve the environment; and our animal ministry, Creature Connection, fosters the ethical treatment of animals. Whatever your cause, you can find partners in advocacy at UUCC. Read more
UUCC is an active, close-knit community, home to unique, special and interesting people
Many families build their social lives around what's happening at UUCC. From biking to yoga, from the annual Camping Trip to the annual Auction, from movies to educational forums, from picnics to potlucks, and from our monthly Black Lives Matter vigil to the annual Warm Welcome Shelter (in which we provide bed and board for homeless families), there are opportunities aplenty to get involved, help out, and meet soon-to-be lifelong friends. Many members say that people they met at UUCC have become their family of choice. New parents often find the village they need to raise their children, and people facing tough life challenges find a close-knit support group that can make it possible to weather any storm.