Come as you are, leave inspired!

Come as you are, leave inspired! 2018-05-24T22:31:10+00:00
Unitarian Universalist Church West is Handicapped Accessible

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

Unitarian Universalist Church West Ministers Suzelle and Joyce
Unitarian Universalist Church West social action icons

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

May 27, 10:00 am ONLY: Being Jewish in a Challenging Time

Our Pulpit Guest, Rabbi Michal Woll will share her experience of living as a practicing Jew and a rabbi in a society that has become more hostile to people of diverse faith traditions and discuss the complex and intertwined issues of racism, antisemitism, and anti-Zionism. Enjoy music today by Dan Dance and Jennifer Nicoloci, Lead Music Director. About Our Guest: Rabbi Michal Woll of Congregation [...]

Latest Sermon

May 13, 2018: What is Creativity?

Rev. Suzelle Lynch - Mothers, as well as parents, grandparents, and guardians of all kinds, practice creativity as a matter of course, because children are always growing, changing, and surprising us.

Coming Events

More Events
Latest E-News

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!