Welcome to University Unitarian Church – We’re glad you’re here!
There are many ways to find yourself at UUC, and we’re here to help you make the connections to find others, too. You can meet up with others to work for justice, or join one of our choirs, or care for people in need. A great way to get to know the UUC community is to hop into one of the Sunday Welcoming teams.
Maybe you’re yearning for a quiet, contemplative experience, or a listening ear and companionship at a time when life has taken a turn. Or, you might love to meet up with other people for something fun, lively conversations or a learning opportunity. We can help you find your way at UUC.
Getting ready to graduate from school, explore a new career, retire, or consider your own spirituality? Curious about how to support your child’s spiritual growth and and your teen’s maturing identity? Or really needing some time with other adults while your kids are involved in their own programs at UUC? Something else? Let’s talk!
You can find Nick Barnard, our Connections Coordinator, or one of our Connections volunteers, any Sunday at the UUC Info station in the northwest corner of Nathan Johnson Hall (where you can also pick up a cup of coffee and a cookie or two).
You can also come to the church office on Sundays and most other days. Jessica Monahan, our Office Manager, and Janine Larsen, Director of Ministries, along with our ministers and other staff are ready offer a friendly hello, answer any questions you may have about UUC or Unitarian Universalism, and help you with next steps on the path to connecting with the congregation.
You can also start right now, by exploring our web menu to the left — or click any of the following links to find out more:
- For first-time visitors
- Pastoral Care
- Small Groups
- About UUC Connect (information for members and friends)
Hope to see you on an upcoming Sunday, or at another activity here – check the UUC Calendar for other events and gatherings.
And here’s another option: Fill out this form, and we’ll be sure to email, call, or send you the information you request.