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Welcome to this spiritual community of diverse, courageous and compassionate thinkers and doers.

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As souls seeking to serve, grow, celebrate, and make the world a better place, we invite you to join us on the journey of love, justice and learning.  We cherish people of all ages, abilities, racial, ethnic, class, and faith backgrounds, and people of all sexual orientations, gender identities and expressions, too.  Welcome!

This Sunday

August 26, 2018: The Well and The Cathedral

Pulpit Guest: The Rev. Drew Kennedy - Is Unitarian Universalism legitimately a religion or simply an alternative to religion? Drawing on an archetypal image from psychologist Ira Progoff, who studied with Jung and Suzuki, our pulpit guest discusses one of the many ways of understanding what UUism is all about, religiously or spiritually. Enjoy special music today by Spencer Harris and Jennifer Nicoloci. About our Guest: [...]

Latest Sermon

August 5, 2018: O Ye of Little Faith?

Pulpit Guest: The Rev. Dr. Tony Larsen - Some people refer to Unitarian Universalists as people of little faith. (Even some UUs do.) We say they are wrong. Today's sermon will, we hope, show you why. About our Guest: The Rev. Dr. Tony Larsen recently retired from ministering at Olympia Brown UU Church in Racine, Wisconsin (after 42 years — a record!). [...]

Coming Events

The Tritonics Outdoor Concert at UUCW

Saturday, August 25th @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Water Communion at UUCW

Sunday, September 9th @ 9:15 am - 12:15 pm

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Who is UU Church West?

At UUCW, we are dedicated to putting our Unitarian Universalist faith into action to help build a world that is peaceful, sustainable, just and free from racism and hatred.

Make a Difference!

Community warmth, welcome and support are important at UUCW. Whether you’re looking for an opportunity to learn, play, or volunteer, our groups will allow you to share your unique gifts as you build lasting connections. Pastoral support is available from our ministers and well-trained volunteers.

Friendship and Support

In Religious Education, our children and teens explore the world’s religious traditions and our UU values. They grow into their own dogma-free faith and learn to help build a better world for all living things. For adults, our lifelong learning focus provides spiritual and intellectual development in lively or meditative small groups, workshops, and activities.

Learn & Grow!