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.

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.”
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.
June 4 “UUCB Makes a Difference: Past, Present, Future”
This service is a retrospective of past social justice work and a hopeful look to the future. And for the present? We will honor the work of the End Inequality Leadership Team and celebrate their merging with the Working for Justice Steering Group. Service led by End Inequality, Working for Justice, and Rev. Stocker, with special guests! Music by Jean Lay and Jud Caswell.

June 11 Service of the Living Tradition/Flower Ceremony
Led by Rev. Sylvia Stocker. We will mark major milestones within the congregation and welcome new members. In addition, we will hold our Annual Flower Celebration, modeled after the ceremony Rev. Norbert Capek created in the mid-20th century. Bring a flower to represent your unique life and special gifts. We'll make a common bouquet from all the flowers. At the end of the service, take a different flower home to represent the gifts others in the congregation bring to your life. Music by the choir and Derek Herzer.

June 18 “White Supremacy is a hard Place to Start and a Worse Place to End”
Led by Rev. Sylvia Stocker. I've been contemplating the words, “white supremacy” . . . charged words to be sure, but I am finding them a helpful way to think about racism. What are the religious implications? Music by Derek Herzer.

June 25 “The New Pioneers, Heroic Farming”
Led by Green Sanctuary. Faced with a longstanding trend of farmland being abandoned to encroaching forest, a collaborative effort by both public and private organizations is reversing this trend by making farmland available to those who are dedicated to the rigors of farming. Moreover, a variety of support groups are assisting small farm families with operational as well as marketing advice. Music by Ann Hartzler.

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

Lipbone Redding

Saturday, 9/9/2017 @ 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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Heather Masse and Jed Wilson

Saturday, 3/31/2018 @ 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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