Universalist Unitarian Church of Waterville

69 Silver Street, PO Box 435

Waterville, Maine  04903

Sunday Service 10:00 a.m.

(9:30 a.m. in July and August)

Childcare provided

(207) 873-4006

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Let your light shine by joining us in song during Sunday Worship Services.  Anna Beth Rynders, Harry Vayo & the UU Singers, and others provide beautiful and  diverse music for people of all ages.  Read more...


We are a welcoming and inclusive community of faith.  We are home to the spiritual-but-not-religious, to the religiously unaffiliated, to current and former members of other faith traditions, and to life-long UUs.  We believe in the divinity of the human spirit.


Our faith is rooted in The Seven UU Principles.


Please explore our site, and reach out to us if you have questions or would like more information.  Come visit us for Sunday morning worship.  We hope that you will find something meaningful, something to feed your spirit,  something that speaks to your heart and nourishes your soul.




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.  Read more...


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Upcoming  Services and Events

Sundays at 10:00 am, followed by Coffee Hour



October 13

"A Good Laugh is Needed" - Rev. Nancee Campbell 


Sigmund Freud once said that “...people joke about whatever is most important to them in order to reduce the tension created by that importance.” I’ve always known UUs to appreciate humor, and these political times certainly call for the warm bath of laughter. But are we really funny when we turn the humor lens on ourselves, or do our UU jokes belie a cynicism that taints our world view? Come see for yourself.



October 20

"A Faith for the Future with Faith in the Future" - Dennis Perkins 


The last bastions of tribalism — nationalism and fundamental religion — are both in the process of a long and difficult transformation. What will replace them? What part does the UU faith have in that transformation?



October 27

"I Come to the Garden Alone" - Darlene Huntress, formerly of EQME 


A deeply devout young girl, growing up in a small rural town in Maine, finds community and spiritual awakening in the local First Baptist church. But then, at 14, after accidentally coming out to her Sunday school teacher, she is forced by church leaders to make a choice between God and her true self. Such began a 25-year spiritual journey that ultimately led to acceptance, redemption, and love.

Watch this video (1 min 45 sec) for a taste of Sunday mornings at the Waterville UU Church.


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