Who We Are…

“Unitarian Universalists are committed to creating the world we dream about: one ruled by love and justice, one that holds out hope for the best in human community.  We are bridge builders and lovers of beauty and truth.  Relationships with one another and with all that is are the places where the holy can be found. This is why it is so very good to be together!” – Rev. Virginia Jarocha-Ernst

Unitarian Universalism is a caring, open-minded religion that encourages you to seek your own spiritual path. Our faith embraces truth from many religious and spiritual traditions, which nurture the spirit and help us find meaning in life. Unitarian Universalism does not ask anyone to ascribe to a creed but rather to live our beliefs through deeds. Our congregations are places where people gather to put their faith into action by helping to make our communities and the world a better place.

We are a diverse community that seeks religious insight and understanding from science, art, poetry and philosophy as well as the traditions of the world’s great religions.

Unitarian Universalists come from Buddhist, Muslim, Christian, Jewish, Hindu and other backgrounds.

We are a welcoming community that includes deists, theists, pantheists, atheists, agnostics, humanists, and earth-centered believers to name a few.

Our Principles and Beliefs shape the way we interact with each other and in the world. In March, 2021, the congregation voted to add an 8th Principle. Click here to find out more.

Learn about UUCMC’s history, from the meager beginnings trying to find like-minded people to our present day 300+ congregation.

Read the UUCMC Covenant we voted to live by in June of 2017.  In part, we seek “to enhance spiritual growth and begin the work of transforming the world through love.”

View a video about Unitarian Universalism here and here.

Find out more from one of our greeters when you visit us on Sunday.

Our staff is available to answer questions.