Pro-Choice rally at the State House, 9/22

We believe in the inherent worth and dignity of every person.  We believe that every person should have the same rights and privileges, no matter their race, gender, sexual orientation, nationality, religious beliefs, or physical capabilities.  We work to bring better awareness and understanding about issues of fairness and equality.  If you believe what we believe, we hope you will join us at our next committee meeting.

Examples of our activities include group volunteer days at Transitions and Harvest Hope, the Inclement Weather Shelter, and the Share the Plate Program.

There’s a lot going on with Social Action!

  • Social Action is looking at a road (day) trip! We’re building a participants list to visit the new African-American Museum in Charleston, tentatively in early June. So if you might like to go, or if you have questions, please let Kevin or Connie know at:
  • We’re working hard on our Vote Your Values campaign, and plan to begin in earnest in May. Watch for it!
  • Vote Forward/UU the Vote! is coming, to our congregation, and especially our social hour, so watch for opportunities to participate!

For more information contact Kevin or Connie.

More Upcoming Events


Fourth Sunday of the Month Following the Service (approx 12:15pm)

The Social Action Committee will meet in person 15 minutes after the end of the UUCC service in the Sanctuary observing indoor Covid protocols.  We will stream the event as well.   Meeting details should be on the Meeting Info page under News in the dropdown.  Questions?  Contact Kevin McKinney or Connie Quirk at for more info.


Harvest Hope Food Donations Needed

Please bring your donations, such as any canned food items; rice; pasta; disposable baby diapers.  Do NOT bring expired items, glass containers, or fresh produce.  The Harvest Hope grocery cart can be found under the windows in the social hall.


Our own Rev, Dr. Pippin Whitaker, along with Rev. Dr. Jean Heriot, co-founded the South Carolina Unitarian Universalist Justice Alliance (SCUUJA) in 2021.  Since then, Rev. Whitaker has moved on to a settled ministerial position for the UU Fellowship of Athens (Georgia).  Rev. Heriot remains in her position with SCUUJA and they have hired Rev. Nathan Woodliff-Stanleyas their new Executive Director.  Learn more about Rev. Nathan here.


Be sure to see our Past Social Justice Activities and Charitable Activities