About NUUC

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NUUC Mission Statement:

We are an inclusive community of seekers pursuing deeper meaning through the process of spiritual engagement, learning, reasoning, and action.

Vision:

NUUC’s vision is to build and strengthen our spiritual community and practice our UU principles to influence the transformation of society into a place of justice, tolerance, and respect.

Core Values

We the members of NUUC will:

•   Provide for the spiritual growth and education of our community

•   Build our community and care for our members

•   Advocate diversity

•   Utilize the democratic processes in an atmosphere of respect

•   Strive for environmental stewardship

•   Focus on social justice and community outreach

•   Be fiscally and administratively responsible such that fair compensation, UUA participation, and key programs are not impacted.

•   Support the community’s passion for arts, including music

If you are new to Unitarian Universalism, we welcome your interest.  Today’s Unitarian Universalism reflects a 400-year-old history of congregations that have advocated for the role of freedom, reason, and diversity in religious belief.  Some famous Unitarian Universalists have included Ralph Waldo Emerson and Clara Barton.

Religious Education, which is extremely important to our congregation, involves both children and adults.  We teach our children the world’s religions, UU principles, and empower them to work for social justice in the world.  Learn more about our Children’s Religious Education program.

We offer adults the pursuit of a lifelong spiritual path.  Learn more about

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