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.

UUCB’s 2017-2018 Pledge Drive

Each year, our members and friends make an annual financial commitment, or pledge, as a means of living our covenant. Our theme this year is “Living Our Values” and our goal is $238,000. Meeting this goal will allow us to support our staff, programs and building. You can help us sustain the important work of our church through your pledge. Pledges can be made on this website, via mail, delivery to the church office or by automatic payment from your personal account.
For more information, click on this link.

This Saturday's Climate March in Washington, DC, continues a vigorous series of nationwide protests on vital issues. Sister marches will take place in cities across the country, including Brunswick —
all marking the 100th day of Trump's presidency with a demand
to protect the current and future well-being of our planet
and our communities.

Join us on April 29th from 3-4:30 by the gazebo on the Mall.

Because THERE'S NO PLANet B!

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
Click here for the Congregational Covenant

Parish Messenger

The church's newsletter is sent to all members and friends.
Click here for the Parish Messenger

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.”
Click here to learn more and to sign up to work toward Ending Inequality.

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.
April 2 “Seeds for a New Creation”
Rev. Sylvia Stocker - This month, our Sunday school kids are studying creation stories from multiple sources. Nothing evokes the feeling of mystery more than the question of how and where it all began. As the song lyrics ask, “Where do we come from? What are we? Where are we going? Mystery, mystery, life is a riddle and a mystery.” What if we are part of creation, which is ongoing? What does that mean for us? Rev. Stocker preaching. Music by the choir directed by Heidi Neufeld and accompanied by Derek Herzer.

April 9 “Mud Time”
Claire Curole - Transformation is a messy process, full of uncertainty and waiting on the edge of the unknown. Liminal time - the boundaries between day and night, the edge of the seasons, waiting for a birth or a death or a resurrection - is where the holy stories happen. Music by Derek Herzer.

April 13 Maundy Thursday Communion Service
Every year, the UUCB ministers collaborate in a communion service in memory of the Last Supper. In a service both simple and mystical, we contemplate what it means to serve in the deepest sense, and, together with the congregation, we offer up our prayers for the world. All are welcome. Special music by Louise Gephart.

April 16 Easter Sunday
Rev. Sylvia Stocker - Join us as we celebrate rebirth and renewal. We'll deck out the sanctuary with festive flowers. We'll also listen to our fabulous choir conducted by Heidi Neufeld and Derek Herzer, and, of course, we'll sing!

April 23 Earth Day “Seeds of Change”
Rev. Sylvia Stocker and The Green Sanctuary Committee - Change is hard, but if we want to preserve and protect our beautiful Earth, change is necessary. Come listen to stories of change. Come to ponder changes you can make in your own life. Music by Larry Lemmel, Kate Gray, and Hugh Maynard.

April 30 “The Wabanaki Perspective: What We See as Truth”
Roger Paul - The Working for Justice Steering Group welcomes Roger Paul, Passamaquoddy/Maliseet, a teacher of Wabanaki languages at tribal schools in Maine and at the University of Maine. Roger facilitates healing circles with Native men in Maine’s prisons and works actively to preserve and support the continuing growth and prosperity of the Wabanaki language, culture and people. Music by Lynn Deeves. Please join Roger in the May Sarton Room following the service at 11:30 for further conversation about his work and the current concerns of Wabanaki people.

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

Jud Caswell

Saturday, 6/10/17 - 7:30 pm
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Under The Song Tree

Saturday, 10/28/17 - 7:30 pm
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Novel Jazz Septet

Saturday, 1/13/2018 @ 7:30 pm
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Bill Staines

Saturday, 4/7/2018 @ 7:30 pm
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John Gorka

Saturday, 6/2/2018 @ 7:30 pm
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Barbershop Bash

Saturday, 6/23/2018 @ 7:30 pm
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IN THE EVENT OF CANCELLATION
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.