Welcome to the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Columbia!  If you’ve been searching for a different kind of church— one that is accepting, relevant to your life, active in the world, and grounded in love and justice—you have found the right place. Or if you are already familiar with the denomination or have relocated to Columbia, we invite you to join us in our efforts to put love to work in the world through acts of compassion and justice.

Although having a Judeo-Christian heritage, the UUCC embraces many beliefs and religious traditions, is welcoming of all genders and sexual orientations , and, increasingly, is accessible to people of all abilities.

As a visitor, when you enter our front doors at 2701 Heyward Street for the 11:00 Sunday worship service, you will be met by a Greeter who will offer you a visitor’s name tag, explain our assistance devices, and, if you have children attending with you and are interested, introduce you to our director of religious education or her representative.  A nursery is provided for infants through two years of age; older children remain with their parents for the first part of the service.

After the service you are invited to stop by the Welcome Table in our Social Hall. The Welcome Table is staffed by our Membership Committee who can answer questions about Unitarian Universalism and provide additional information about our congregation and its current activities and events, including orientations for visitors and newcomers.

For all the reasons you come seeking—

Joining us for worship? Learn about what to expect in our services.

Interested in our programs for children and youth? Explore our curricula and program offerings.

Hoping to find community? Check out our events listing and connection pages to find ways to participate.

—we hope that you will check us out in person. We look forward to meeting you.