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.”
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Upcoming Services

May 1: “Choose Something Like a Star” Maryli Tiemann
Back in '71, folks in Corinna shared May baskets, delivered on May 1st, filled with treats, and placed on doorsteps to celebrate the sweetness of spring and friendship after our long winter. I thought I'd always create and share this lovely custom. I haven't. In fact, many of my aspirations could use a reboot. So, this May Basket will be focused on the reality of aspira-tions, filled with the choir singing Pete Seeger lyrics, and a brilliant poem by Robert Frost to engage us to spring ahead. Music by Derek Herzer and the choir (under the direction of Heidi Neufeld).

May 8: “The Young and the Restless” Rev. Michael F. Hall
Considering the nature of lived Unitarian Universalist polity and our usual approach to religious education, it is very easy to unintentionally segregate the children from the larger congregational body, its activities and worship. When that happens we all lose so much. Today our guest minister, Rev. Michael Hall, reflects on how best to serve our youth, and learn from them, while tapping into our own latent youthfulness. Music by Derek Herzer.

May 15: “Health Care” Allen Ave UU Lay Leaders
Music by Derek Herzer and the choir (under the direction of Heidi Neufeld).

May 22: RE Sunday Nicole Shanks
Come join us to celebrate the end of the year and discover what's been going on in the RE area since September! Music by Jean Lay (piano), Zachary Lay (clarinet), and Nathaniel Lay (trumpet).

May 29: Memorial Day, a Service of Comfort and Remembrance
We will take a look at Memorial day, its meaning through poetry, music and the written word. Sharon Brown will lead the service with members of the Worship Committee. Music by Grace Lewis-McLaren.

2016-2017 PLEDGE DRIVE

All You Need to Know about the 2016-2017 Pledge Drive
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APPRAISAL FAIR TO BE HELD AT HIGHLAND GREEN COMMUNITY CENTER

June 11 from 1:00 to 4:00 pm
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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

Maine Gay Men’s Chorus

Sunday, 5/15/16 - 3 pm
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Cul de Sax

Saturday, 5/21/16 - 7:30 pm
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State Street Traditional Jazz Band

Saturday, 9/24/16 - 7:30 pm
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Emma’s Revolution

Saturday, 10/22/16 - 7:30 pm
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Libana

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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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.