You are always welcome here. We are a fellowship that embraces many beliefs and welcomes those of all ages, backgrounds, sexual orientations, cultures, and abilities.

Visit us!

The best way to find out about UUFCC is to visit! Join us for Sunday morning services at 10:00 AM, either in person or through Zoom. See directions to our location.

Every 1st Sunday of the month we hold a short information and greeting session for newcomers called “Getting to Know UU” (GTKUU). This is held in the UUFCC Library roughly around 11:15AM after the Sunday Service ends. We invite you to have a coffee/tea and some finger food, and connect with us for this info session. Just let one of the Membership Committee folks at the Welcome Table know you would like to participate!

About us

Curious about Unitarian Universalism and the things we stand for? Learn more here.

Ways to get updates

We have a digital bulletin where you can view our latest E-Newsletter, weekly editions issued every Wednesday at 7:30 PM. The e-news contains our announcements and near-future upcoming events to join! For a more general listing of regular meetings (such as our monthly potluck called “Fellowship Supper”), you can also refer to our Events Calendar.

If you’d like to receive the e-news via email every Wednesday, you can sign up here.


Interested in our programs for adults, children, or youth? Explore what Learning means at the UUFCC.

We offer curricula and dedicated volunteer teachers for classes from PreK through High School. We also have a committed staff of child care providers in our Nursery.


Searching for a supportive and fun community? We have lots of ways to connect with others! Join the UU Adventurers on one of their outdoor activities, participate in a drum circle, share stories with our Memoirs group, or garden or plant vegetables together with like-minded individuals — the list goes on.

Looking for a meaningful way to contribute to the community? We have an active Justice Cluster that has many opportunities for involvement, including racial justice, ecojustice, and more.