At UU Church West we welcome you into a caring spiritual community where you are free to seek your own truth. Together we grow through uplifting worship, learn from many kinds of wisdom, and work to build a better world. Join us!
Saturday, October 24, 6-9 pm
This summer, volunteers from UUCW will travel once again to Nicaragua to build houses and community with our Nicaraguan neighbors. We have been sending “Nicaragua Brigades” every other year since 2004, and more than 100 of our members, friends and teenagers have participated as “Brigadistas”!
If you've been a Brigadista, if you think you might go in 2016, if you want to support the UUCW 2016 brigades, or if you just want to enjoy a great party, the Fiesta de Nicaragua on October 24 is the place to be!
Peter Mayer, the national recording artist, writes songs for a small planet—songs about interconnectedness and the human journey; about the beauty and the mystery of the world. Whimsical, humorous, and profound, his music breaks the boundaries of “folk” and transcends to a realm beyond the everyday love song, to a place of wonder at the very fact of life itself. Mayer will perform at Unitarian Universalist Church West, 13001 W. North Avenue, Brookfield WI on Saturday,November 21, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. (doors open at 7 p.m.)
For nearly 30 years, the Literacy Council of Greater Waukesha's mission has been to bring understanding to adults and children throughout Waukesha County who seek help in many subjects—reading, writing, math, and English Language Learning.Read more...
It’s time to learn, grow and explore with faith development opportunities at UUCW!Read more...
We are pleased to share the Vision 2020 Long Range Plan, the outcome of two years of dedicated work by the UUCW Long Range Planning Committee, with broad input from the congregation. This plan is intended to direct the future path of the church within the context of the Global Ends developed by the Board in 2011.Read more...
Sunday, October 18, 2015
The Rev. Suzelle Lynch
Addiction. When Anne Lamott, a popular author and recovering alcoholic, wrote, “You can get the monkey off your back, but the circus never leaves town,” she was speaking of how difficult it can be to break an addiction, and to stay sober. It involves a process of letting go, and then letting go again and again. A caring community which can support those who are recovering is a great gift. Is UUCW that kind of community?
Kaleidoscope, the UUCW Worship Band, plays today!
Merchants of Doubt
Friday, October 16
6:30 – 9:30 pm
Join us for this important documentary film and discussion.Read more...
The Basics: Memory Loss, Alzheimer's Disease, and Dementia
Sunday, October 25, 2015
1:30 – 3:30 pm
Jennifer Harders, Waukesha County Outreach Coordinator of the Alzheimer's Association of Southeastern Wisconsin, will speak on the important topic of Alzheimer's and other dementias.Read more...