Membership in UUC is a statement that you support our mission to build a community that deepens individual faith, celebrates unity among diversity, and promotes a just and humane world. It is a statement of your commitment to becoming an active, participating member of a religious community of strong values and moral teachings. We welcome new members into our Congregation during a special ceremony during designated Member Sunday services throughout the year.
As a member, you can vote, chair programs, serve on the Board, and receive pastoral counseling and rites of passage. You will also receive a subscription to the Unitarian Universalist Association’s periodical, UU World, with excellent online links to in-depth stories and resources.
According to the UUC bylaws, you are eligible to be a member if you are 16 years of age or older; you are willing to attend services and participate in the congregation’s activities as you are able; and you pledge a minimum annual contribution of $200 (or request a minimum waiver).
If you wish to learn more about becoming a member of UUC, please contact Rev. Dr. Frances Sink.