Worship at UUCC is held
- during the academic year, at 9:00AM and 11:00AM.
- during the summer, at 10:00AM only (begins Memorial Day weekend and continues through Labor Day weekend).
Religious education classes are held during all worship services, except when worship is multigenerational. Infant care is available.
Worship Services are held at the Owen Brown Interfaith Center in Sanctuary C.
Read our Inclement Weather Policy.
Hope Springs Eternal - On this first Sunday of Spring (just after the equinox), Intern Minister Anthony Jenkins will lead us in a worship service contemplating the nature of hope. As we enter the season of growthful emerging, we'll shine some light on both the bright beginnings and rude awakenings of life. We'll also dance with some of the great expectations that often accompany our hopes - and the even greater fears that frequently reside alongside them.
April 2 at 9:00am and 11:00am
By all accounts, we’re seeing progressive Americans more engaged in civic and political action than we have in many years. In this service, the Rev. Paige Getty reflects about not keeping quiet, especially when viewing the world through the lens of intersectional feminism.
April 9 at 9:00am and 11:00am
In this final sermon of the Big Questions series, the Rev. Paige Getty asks, “Why do bad things happen? (Is life fair?)”
April 16 at 9:00am and 11:00am
We celebrate Easter with a multi-generational worship service, led by the Revs. Paige Getty and Kären Rasmussen; Robin Slaw, Director of Religious Education; and the Chalice Choir and musicians.
We will not have Coffee Hour between services on Easter; instead, we encourage you to attend the Easter Breakfast hosted by our friends and neighbors at Christ United Methodist Church (more details coming soon).
April 23 at 9:00am and 11:00am
Today we celebrate the beautiful, tuneful music of Gabriel Fauré, great composer, organist and teacher of Ravel and so many others. The first service features songs, piano music and the gorgeous Cantique de Jean Racine, for choir and piano. The second service features the moving and comforting Requiem, perhaps Fauré's most-loved work. Come to both services if you can, and bring your music-loving friends.