As Unitarian Universalists, we believe that the sacred and the power of grace arise from the interdependent web of which we all are a part. As we build deeper connections between all of us, a powerful creativity arises that enables us to transform the world and each other.—Rev. Scott Tayler, Director, Congregational Life
UUCA Mission: To challenge ourselves and the community to foster more compassion and justice in the world.
Ministries strengthen the connections between all of us. Congregation members can embrace a “ministry” of their own by participating in the work of the Church and the programs/activities which assist congregants in developing their faith. By volunteering, working / leading in programs such as green sanctuary, social justice, and caring for one another they assist the church in accomplishing its mission of developing and encouraging increased compassion in the world and other activities may “minister” to them. Whereas some churches may concentrate on sharing the “good news” of _________ (fill in blank), UUCA shares the good news of the Interdependent Web, the Democratic Approach to decision making, compassion and approaches to living/moving toward wholeness.