Universalist Unitarian Church of Waterville

Many Paths, One Church

Universalist Unitarian Church of Waterville © 2019

69 Silver Street, Waterville, ME  04901

Mailing Address:  PO Box 435  Waterville, ME 04903-0435

Email:  uuwtvladm@gmail.com

Sunday Service 10:00 a.m.

Childcare is provided

(207) 873-4006

Find Us On Facebook

Thank you for supporting us!



Let your light shine by joining us in song during Sunday Worship Services. Harry Vayo & the UU Singers provide soothing harmonies while special visits from talented artists provide musical diversity for people of all ages.

Welcome to Our Site

The Universalist Unitarian Church of Waterville is a welcoming, inclusive community.  Empowered by our Unitarian Universalist traditions, and our congregation’s rich history, we are committed to building a caring and just world.  


With over ten active committees, there are many opportunities to connect with kindred spirits.  From Tuesday's Fellowship Group to Friday's Women's Group, there is something happening here for everyone.  


Shop and Donate!

Did you know that you can support us every time you shop at Amazon Smile?  Just select Universalist Unitarian Church of Waterville as your designated charity. Click the following link to find out more about Amazon Smile and thank you in advance for your support.

Upcoming Sunday Services



February 17, 9 am*

"The River and the Rock"  

Worship Leader: Luke Brooks-Shesler; Worship Associate: Dennis Perkins


This is our first service utilizing Faith Rocket, an online UU source providing ideas and support for UU congregations. The message, written by UU minister Tim Temerson, examines how the UU concept of religious truth differs from that of creedal religions.  It will be delivered by Katie Clifford.  


* Service is at 9 am to allow people to attend "An Ecumenical Gospel Celebration" at Lorimer Chapel on the Colby College campus at 11 am (see right).




February 24, 10 am

"The Meaning of God"

Worship Leader: Luke Brooks-Shesler


This message explores the meaning that we attach to the word “God” and why we believe—or do not believe—in God. We will also discuss the Unitarian Universalist Church’s orientation to God and the church’s role in our spiritual growth.


Wrong password.  Please try again.