Leadership Candidates for 2022-2023

- May 22 We, the members of the UUCP Nominating Committee, are pleased to present to you the nominees for UUCP leadership positions in the coming year, 2022-2023. You can learn more about them in the Slate of Candidates for Leadership Positions at UUCP for 2022-2023—their names, backgrounds, and photos. We are...

Outdoor Worship Update

With the parking lot completed and the COVID numbers decreasing, we are thrilled to announce that we will have TWO options for you to join worship starting on Sunday, February 20, at 10:30am: Online, live-streamed worship on Zoom, now in a meeting format where you can see and chat...

Security camera view of main parking lot, Jan 21, 2022

Message From the Board: Parking Lot & Re-Opening

Dear Fellow Congregants, The lower parking lot has asphalt laid and lines painted and we can drive and park on it!! We still have additional inspections, lighting, irrigation, and planting to do, but it is usable! Hooray!! While our seven-month project has seemed like years long, we’ve also had COVID-19...

Seeking Nominations for UUCP Governance

The UUCP Nominating Committee is responsible for identifying members of the congregation who would consider taking active roles in leadership on the UUCP Board of Trustees, UU Foundation Board (UUFP), or Nominating Committee. We need to nominate candidates for our UUCP leadership teams by April 1, 2021 and would...

The 8th Principle of Unitarian Universalism

UUCP Unanimous Adoption of The 8th Principle

On this day, of June 13, 2021, we hereby announce that in our UUCP Annual Congregation Meeting, our congregation proposed the 8th Principle, and it was adopted unanimously: With gratitude for the people of color who proposed and wrote these words, with unanimous support of the board of this...

The 8th Principle of Unitarian Universalism

UUCP Proposal and Motion for the 8th Principle

In our UUCP Annual Congregation Meeting, we will be offering the 8th Principle Motion, which is as follows: With gratitude for the people of color who proposed and wrote these words, with unanimous support of the board of this congregation and with hope for our collective liberation, the Unitarian...