• We come to WUUC...
  • For community and connection
  • For our children
  • For social action and justice
  • To find our genuine selves

Wherever you are on life's journey,

you are welcome here.


We’re glad you found us! Ours is a faith tradition that calls us not only to articulate what is of ultimate value and worth but to embody it. We come for community, comfort, and challenge. We come to connect, to change and be changed.

Our Mission
We are a diverse religious community, dedicated to lifelong growth and spiritual exploration. We welcome and support individuals and families of all types. As a liberal presence in the community, we challenge ourselves to act for peace and justice in the world.

Our Minister


Reverend Lois Van Leer


Weekly Musings

The Love People

“Everybody, everybody wants to love. Everybody, everybody wants to be loved,”–the chorus of this Sunday’s introit. So many songs and stories have been written about love lost, love found, enduring love.  As a religious educator I am thrilled when anyone, especially a child, sees the connection between our faith movement and all-encompassing love. It is […]

X Marks the Story

“In algebra, the letter ‘x’ is often used to represent an unknown quantity or variable. Similarly, in English, x represents the unknown, as in X-rays, which baffled their discoverer, and Malcolm X, who chose the symbol to represent the forgotten name of his African ancestors.” For those of you who did not attend the workshop last […]

Upcoming Sermons

Upcoming Events

  • Sat

    It's back after a summer hiatus! Come and join us as we learn and play new games and old favorites on the first Saturday of every month. We'll be starting around 3 p.m. and …

  • Sun

    WUUC is having their annual Baked Goods Raffle on Feb. 8, right after the service. The RE community has decided that all proceeds from this sale will go directly into the Yout …

  • Wed

    When: Wednesdays, 7-9 p.m., Feb. 11 through April 15
    In 2010, Michelle Alexander published the book, The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness. Alexand …