UUCC Annual Bridging Ceremony

One of the most important things we can do for our young adult members of our congregation is to support them into adulthood, to keep them connected to Unitarian Universalism, and continue to inspire their spiritual growth and social activism as they become adults.

Mother’s Day – “Rethinking Our Holidays”

Mother’s Day was given a meaningful (albeit forgotten) birth by Unitarian Julia Ward Howe. Today, we call for a re-invigoration of Mother’s Day to its original intent as a holiday celebrating world peace, as well as peace in the home and peace in the heart.


Active listening helps groups grow strong and diverse. But recognizing the layers of what one hears helps us avoid unnecessary pain and unintentional hurt. How we recognize and acknowledge what triggers anxiety and fear reveals how far we have come as an intentional community of … read more.