Our mission is to be a spiritual community, to welcome all,
to nurture one another, to work for justice,
and to care for the earth.

Info About the Women's March Vigil

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Who We Are

We are a loving, supportive community who encourage the exploration of individual and shared spiritual beliefs. We strive to live the Seven Unitarian Universalist Principles, which hold us together as a faith.

And we welcome all people, regardless of religious background, race, gender, sexual orientation or political leaning.

Peace be with you.

Congregational Covenant

Congregation of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Brunswick
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Parish Messenger

The church's newsletter is sent to all members and friends.
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Our Vision: Ending Inequality

In January 2015, UUCB members elected a vision for our church, aligned with the UUA’s Congregational Study/Action Issue “Escalating Inequality.” A task force of UUCB members has been studying, planning, and collecting congregational advice to lay the groundwork for action that will advance our vision.”
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Upcoming Services

Sunday services at 10 AM

Unless otherwise specified, children come to the Sunday service for the first 15 minutes, then attend Sunday school.
Youth group meets at 10:00. Babysitting for babies and toddlers available.
January 1 “Keeping the Wind in Our Sails”
Dave Damour - As we celebrate the New Year, we look to the coming journey. In an informal service of readings and singing, let us be thankful for what we have and look forward to the challenges ahead. UUCB's mission "to be a spiritual community, to welcome all, to nurture one another, to work for justice, and to care for the earth" gives us focus. And we have a wonderful, spirited group of people who have much to offer. Let us determine to move forward in these challenging times. Music by Larry Lemmel and “The Prayer” Singers (Irene Austin, Tammis Donovan, Sue Michaud, Louise Gephart, and Brad Mitchell)

January 8 “Palimpsest”
Rev. Sylvia Stocker. - We say we “ring out the old and ring in the new,” but do we ever truly eliminate the old? Music by Derek Herzer.

January 15 “WWMLKJD”
Rev. Sylvia Stocker - An earthquake seems to be altering the political landscape all across the world. What would Martin Luther King, Jr., do? Music by Derek Herzer and the Choir under the direction of Heidi Neufeld.

January 22 “Marching”
Rev. Sylvia Stocker - Two days after the inauguration and one day after the Women's March on Washington, many are on the move. Where does the march lead?

January 29 “Do You Belong or Feel Abandoned”
Rev. Lori Whittemore - Rev. Whittemore’s sermon focuses on the poem “Self Portrait” by David Whyte. She will explore how to welcome newcomers by looking at our own privilege and suffering! Music by Cul de Sax.

Site Features

Minister's Corner

The thoughts and writings of
the Rev. Sylvia Stocker
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Religious Education

Classes providing children with the opportunity to explore
their own feelings and beliefs.
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Parish Messenger

Newsletter featuring upcoming events,
news and essays.
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UUCB Concerts for a Cause

Proceeds from all UUCB Concerts will benefit church programming and area non-profits

David Mallett

Saturday, 1/28/2017 - 7:30 pm
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Saturday, 3/11/ 17 - 7:30 pm
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Women in Harmony

Saturday, 4/8/17 - 7:30 pm
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Jud Caswell

Saturday, 6/10/17 - 7:30 pm
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Please Check Your Local Television Station: We hate to cancel to cancel services or activities ever, but sometimes it's the wisest thing to do. When we do, we will alert Channels 6, 8, and 13. Please watch for announcements.