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Building Beloved Community, Cultivating Connections

Statement of Shared Ministry

Our congregation welcomes all to build the Beloved Community, cultivating connections with each other, the Earth and the sacred within.

Voices of a Liberal Faith

Contact Us

Mailing address: PO Box 162654, Sacramento, CA 95816
Phone: none (please send email)
Office hours: Email at any time to leave a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Our meeting location varies, so please send us an email if you would like to join us for worship or participate in an event.

Imagine…

• A religion that embraces many different beliefs.
• A faith that finds meaning in many traditions.
• A church where people nurture their spirits.
• A congregation that works together to make a difference in communities and the world.

We are the Unitarian Universalist Community Church of Sacramento. Please come for a visit and find out what we are all about! We would love for you to be a part of our church community.

Important Message:
The Unitarian Universalist Community Church is in transition, and now is meeting at a home in Elk Grove. Our gatherings usually do have some element of worship, and some discussion of a religious topic related to the transformation of UUCC, in addition to conversations about the various activities necessary to move us forward.

Members, friends and would-be visitors to UUCC are encouraged to check this website periodically for status updates and event announcements. Opportunities for continuing spiritual exploration may also be found with the UU Society of Sacramento or the UU Church of Davis. A list of other UU congregations in the region and information about our faith are available at the UUA.

All those associated with UUCC over the past twenty-six years have cause for grateful celebration of the time shared together. May faith in the Spirit of Life, hope for the community of earth, and love of the sacred in one another be ours now and in all the days to come.

February – April 2016

Feb. 7, 2016
Title: "What Happened to Christianity?"
Worship Leader Richard Tarble has chosen this sermon given by the Reverend
Roger Jones on June 14, 2015

Feb. 28, 2016
Title: "Do Humans Need an Ethical Code"
Worship Leader: Stephen Bakken

March 13: TBD

Please note: NO Easter service March 27

April 10, 2016
The Freedom Club of UUSS, a youth group (mostly 10 to 12 year-olds) at UUSS, will be leading our service to talk about the work they do. Petra Stanton, UUSS member, mentors the group and will be coordinating their presentation.
"The Freedom Club does lots of things trying to free slaves. So far, we have freed about 30 people that were once slaves."
Some members of the group were recently in India to see firsthand the importance of the work they do. The Freedom Club has also had a legislative advocacy meeting with Congressman Ami Bera to ask him to sponsor a bill to keep slavery out of the supply chain. This service will be an informative and exciting opportunity to learn and be inspired by youth who are really active in UU values.

April 24: TBD