Sunday morning at UUCCVServices are held at 11:00 am every Sunday. Nursery care is offered at all services for very young children and Religious Education classes for 4 year olds through 5th grade are also offered at all services. 

Two of our members sharing their talents We are a community of many different kinds of people: young and old, black and white, gay and straight, theist and atheist. We are seekers of truth and understanding. We love music and laughter and intelligent conversation. We champion causes we believe in. We seek every day to be better people.

MelissaMummertRev. Melissa Mummert is our consulting minister. In addition to leading one service each month, she is excited to assist UUCCV as we determine our direction as a congregation.

The official logo of the UUAMany people are UUs at heart and don't even know it! We are a liberal spiritual movement that embraces many other beliefs and traditions.

We are, quite simply, supporters of all that is good, all that is right, and all that is just.

Must ReadWe believe everyone should have access to these vital documents!

Eileen's chalice The flaming chalice is, in all its many forms, the symbol of Unitarian Universalism. This version was created especially for us by multiple-award-winning local artist Eileen Ross. Click on the photo here to see a larger image of the painting.

Lighting the menorahOur youngest members are our treasures!

Here's a lovely look at some of them, in the delightful holiday program in December 2015. Beautiful photographs by Paul van Breemen!

Here a few of the observances we host every year or whenever the need arises:


booksOur library collection is located in our front office and exists to assist our faith community in spiritual development and knowledge. Resources found there include an emphasis on Unitarian Universalism, but also include holy texts and writings from many other faiths, philosophies, spiritual practices, and world religions.

Because the vast majority of Unitarian Universalists come as adults to our liberal religious faith, the library’s role in education and faith development is crucial. We seek to provide resources that increase the understanding of Unitarian Universalism, its history, attitudes, beliefs and practices. Numerous books are available for this kind of study.

Board Officers for 2017-18

Elizabeth Braun

Lee Shackleford

LeAnne Bartelt

Barbara Beier

Julie Cline


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