69 Silver Street

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(207) 873-4006

Universalist Unitarian Church of Waterville, Maine

    

Sunday Services Online during the pandemic  

        

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Our Congregation

At present, we are a "congregation of ministers."  Our Worship Committee coordinates the Sunday worship services. We have ordained ministers at least once a month, outside speakers at least once a month, and members of the congregation also lead services and deliver sermons. During this period in our church's life, we are delighted by the diversity of perspectives and the engagement of the congregation in worship.  


Please join us Sunday mornings for spiritual nourishment, community building, intellectual challenge, and inspiration. Normally (when not in a pandemic), our Sunday Services begin at 10:00 a.m. from September through June.  In July and August, services begin at 9:30 a.m.  For other activities and events, check out our Calendar.


We welcome all people, regardless of religious background, race, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, or political leaning. We provide accomodations for persons with disabilities.  Peace be with you.

Our Mission

We, the Universalist Unitarian Church of Waterville, Maine:

 

  • Promote a search for personal truth and spiritual growth sustained by worship that honors a variety of traditions and rituals.
  • Respect diverse points of view as we create a peaceful, loving, and just community while serving our congregation and the world beyond.
  • Build a sustainable relationship with our Earth through responsible action and leadership.

Our Values

We, the congregation of the Universalist Unitarian Church of Waterville, Maine, honoring our liberal religious heritage and acknowledging our presence in Waterville since 1826, affirm the value of...

 

  • Individuals and their unique journeys of personal and spiritual growth,
  • A community that welcomes children and adults to an extended family with social as well as religious life,
  • Worship that brings together tradition and ritual with creative contributions from our diverse congregation,
  • Service beyond self as a means of expressing our religious convictions, and
  • Self-governance in our life together as a congregation in keeping with the tradition of our denomination.

 

Our faith is rooted in


The Unitarian Universalist

Seven Principles


To learn more about Unitarian Universalism, please visit

 Unitarian Universalist Association

"We Are Unitarian Universalists"