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 began 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.

December Services

December 3: Learning How To Sail My Ship: Hope & Transition Unitarian Louisa May Alcott’s famous quote “I am not afraid of storms for I am learning how to sail my ship” will guide our voyage as Rev Darcy Roake & CCUU’s Transition Ministry team will discuss hope in a time of transition ­ in our Church & our world.

December 10:  The Center for Ethical Living and Social Justice Renewal is a catalyst in New Orleans and beyond for promoting social, economic, environmental and racial justice. Co­Director Ruth Idakula and Center staff Coleen Murphy will discuss the work of the Center, the Center’s connections to our UU values and how you can get involved!

December 17:  Holiday Music Extravaganza. Our CCUU Choir will present beautiful arrangements of holiday music with readings and reflections woven throughout the service.

December 24:  6 pm “Honor Christmas in our Hearts…Keep It All Year.” Light the candles, honor the holiday and rejoice! We welcome you to our Christmas Eve Services where we’ll sing, reflect, and welcome a special guest!

December 31: New Year: Now What?: Our final service of 2017 will return to the theme of hope – where we find it, why we need it and how we move into the New Year renewed, faithful and one year wiser.