We are a diverse community that supports a free and responsible search for truth and meaning. We seek religious insight and understanding from science, art, poetry, and philosophy as well as the traditions of the world's great religions and Earth-based spirituality. As a Welcoming Congregation, we extend a warm welcome to all who are interested in learning more about our church and our denomination.

What to Expect During Your Visit

Worship services are held every Sunday at 10:00 a.m.

Our services are coordinated by our Worship Committee and are led by our Minister or other members of the congregation. During the summer, more informal services have varied styles and formats. There is no set dress code, so please feel free to come as you are most comfortable.

Visitors are greeted at the door, asked to fill out a nametag and are given a packet of information about UUCR and Unitarian Universalism.  They have an opportunity to complete a contact information card. In addition, visitors are directed to a rack of pamphlets on our denomination in the East Foyer.

UUCR supports a full Faith Development program. Childcare is offered for the youngest children, while school-aged children participate in classroom learning and activities or can stay with you for the service. During summer months, children are invited to participate in informal activities with a trained supervisor. The nursery is also available in the summer and staffed by an experienced childcare provider.

After the service, we encourage you to join us for coffee/tea and refreshments. UUCR members are happy to meet and talk with you, to share impressions and experiences, and to welcome you to a church that encourages each person’s unique spiritual journey.

For more information about UUCR, newcomer orientations, or church membership please contact Anne Welch, Membership Committee Chair.