Sunday services and children’s religious education are held at 11:00 a.m.

We believe that we are all family and we all have value.

The purpose of Community Church is to form a community to practice and advance a free and responsible search for truth and meaning, the inherent worth and dignity of every person and a commitment to ethical living.

We invite you to visit us on Sunday mornings to explore our spirituality together.  All are welcome.


On June 4, 2017, the congregation of CCUU voted to declare itself a Sanctuary Church and signed the UUA-UUSC Declaration of Conscience.

CCUU Has a New Minister!

On June 4, 2017, CCUU’s Board of Trustees signed a two-year Consulting Minister Covenant with the Rev. Darcy Roake.  She will begin serving as CCUU’s minister on August 1, 2017.
The Reverend Darcy Roake is a Unitarian Universalist Minister who supports our Association’s Stewardship work through our UUA Society for Stewardship as well as preaching, teaching and connecting UU Congregants across the United States. Rev. Darcy lives in New Orleans, LA with her husband Adrian and son Sebastian and she is enjoying getting to know our Unitarian Universalist Congregations in the Southern Region. Rev. Darcy has a wide background in social justice and pastoral care in workplaces as varied  as Oxfam America, Amnesty International, the United Nations, the Navajo Nation Public Defender’s Office, and Massachusetts General Hospital. Rev. Darcy is currently a member of Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s Clergy Advocacy Board. Darcy received a B.A. in Religious Studies from Brown University and graduated with a Master of Divinity from Harvard Divinity School.


Communications & Office Administrator Sought

CCUU is currently looking for a Communications & Office Administrator who will lead our online outreach, help coordinate internal communications & systems and do some office administration, including managing CCUU’s rentals.  For more information click here.

Sunday Services in October

October 1: 11 am Sunday Service, My Religion is Love: Stewardship & Courage. So what’s love got to do with our Unitarian Universalist faith, our Church Community and why we are generous with our time, talent & treasure? We’ll explore love in its many forms in this service of gratitude!

October 8: 11 am Sunday Service, UU­UNO Sunday. Join Religious Education Director Cynthia Ramirez as she leads an intergenerational service honoring our partnership with the UU United Nations Office. Learn about the work we do, the opportunities ahead and how you can connect!

October 15: 11 am Sunday Service, Never Fearless, Often Brave: The Courage of Our Faith In this time when we all need courage to face the days ahead let us look to our Unitarian Universalist beliefs, ancestors and history to find our way forward (boldly!) together.

October 22: 11 am Sunday Service, Memento Mori & Carpe Diem. As October turns to talk of spirits and frights, we will take some time to face a very real fear ­ Memento Mori , the knowledge that “you too shall die.” How can this knowledge about death help us better live? Join us for a life­affirming service about our mortality and find out!

October 29: 11 am Sunday Service, In Memoriam: Honoring Loss & Celebrating Life: In this service of memory we will build an altar together to lift up friends, family and members of Community Church who have died. Please bring an object or picture to add to the altar. Together, we remember.

Second Sunday Collection – October 8

UUUNO logo

Our charitable plate collection will benefit the UUA’s United Nations Office (UU-UNO) – our voice at the United Nations. The UU-UNO is engaged in international advocacy work at the U.N. based on Unitarian Universalist values. From involvement in the drafting of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, to leading the faith caucus to establish the International Criminal Court, to overcoming UN apathy about sexual orientation & gender identity issues, the UU-UNO has a long history of providing strong leadership in all aspects of human rights at a policy level through UN consultative status.

CCUU earned Blue Ribbon status for the second year in a row from the UU-UNO and our envoy Cynthia Ramirez was presented with a plaque at General Assembly. Cynthia will speak to us about the work of the UU-UNO.


Last month CCUU collected $450.00 for

Lead Lab, Inc.