One World Coffeehouse

One World Coffeehouse

The One World Coffeehouse
 opened in 1999 as a volunteer-run outreach program of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Columbia to present an array of multicultural musical talent to the greater community, and to exemplify our first UU principle: the inherent worth and dignity of every person.
ALL proceeds not paid to our talented performers aid those in need through our
Minister’s Discretionary Fund.
Snacks, sodas and baked goods are available for a donation. You may bring your own fare and beer or wine.

An attached speakered glass-fronted room permits young active audience members to enjoy the show..


Saturday, June 18 at 7:00 pm (Doors open at 6:30)

Vance Gilbert
With twelve critically acclaimed albums, Vance Gilbert continues
to refine his unlikely union of humor, virtuosity, and the unexpected.
His performances are steeped in deep humanism and bravery,
stunning artistry and soul, and contagious, unbridled joy. His roots as
a multicultural urban arts teacher helped crafted his art of
impromptu storytelling. Not to be missed!

Adults: In advance $15  At the Door $20
In advance $12   At the Door $15
Children under 10 are FREE with a paying adult


Artist’s Website

Upcoming Concerts
July   –  We are on vacation
August 18  –  Victoria Vox
September 15  –  Ayreheart
October 20  –  Lavinia & Sistas Can Sing
November 17   Billy Jonas  (Two shows!)
December 15   Tongue in Cheek & the Mobtown Strutters





Worship Service: Our 2nd Principle

As we approach July 4th (Independence Day), The Rev. Paige Getty and The Rev. Anthony Jenkins will offer a service exploring the concept of interdependence through the prism of Unitarian Universalism’s 2nd principle: Justice, equity, and compassion in human relations.