Our Worship

Join us every Sunday at 10:30 am for worship. We'd love to have you with us. Stay for fellowship and coffee following the service. Click here to learn more about worship and our upcoming services.

Who We Are

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We are a friendly, vibrant congregation of the open heart and open mind located in Waukesha, Wisconsin. We are Unitarian Universalists, united by our commitment to love, seek and serve the world.  Click here to learn more about who we are and what we believe.

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Announcements And

Upcoming EVENTS

Mar. 1, 2pm - MacCannon Brown sanctuary visit

Mar. 5, 7pm - Mindful Meditation

Mar. 6, 9:30am - Threads United

Mar. 6, 5pm - Religious Education committee meeting

Mar. 6, 6:30pm - Buddhist study group

Mar. 7m 1pm - Non Violent Communication group

Mar. 10, after service - Soup and Sandwich potluck

Mar. 12, 10:30am - Non Violent Communication group

Mar. 12, 5pm - Board meeting

Mar. 12, 7pm - Mindful Meditation

Mar. 14, 7pm - Exploring Spirituality

Mar. 17, 12pm - Social Action committee meeting

Mar. 19, 7pm - Mindful Meditation

Mar. 20, 9:30am - Threads United

Mar. 20, 6pm - Strange Brew

Mar. 20, 6:30pm - Buddhist study group

Mar. 21, 10:30am - Soul Matters

Mar. 21, 1pm - Non Violent Communication group

Mar. 22 April Newsletter deadline

Mar. 26, 10:30am - Non Violent Communication group

Mar. 26, 7pm - Mindful Meditation

Mar. 31, after service - Sienna House meal


Racial justice survey

To set a benchmark for our congregation's work toward racial justice, and to help us become who we can be, please respond to this brief survey.
Thank you, the United Racial Justice Task Force.


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Sunday's ServicE

march 31, 2019

10:30 Am

A small study of fundamentalism and it’s effects on ourselves and our world Rev. Annie Holmes

There is pendulum of thought that swings back and forth between open and new discovery thinking and closed and fearful doctrines that must be challenged. This pendulum hopefully will always keep moving or else free, radical and new ideas will die. What can we possibly do to keep fresh and diverse ideas flowing freely? Hopefully knowing more of the history of thought will help. With Meg Whaley

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Lights, camera, AUCTION!

United Unitarian Universalist Congregation

506 N Washington Ave., Waukesha

April 27, 2019

6 to 9 PM

Please join us for United UUC’s annual spring auction, Lights, camera, AUCTION!

The evening begins with a dessert and beverage sale and viewing of live and silent auction items. We’ll continue with a live auction filled with fun!

If you’d like to make auction donations, please click on this link to do so online. Auction donation forms will also be available at church. Donations need to be received

HAPPY BIDDING!


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BLM2WIUUs

United Unitarian Universalist Congregation is proudly affiliated with Black Live Matter to Wisconsin Unitarian Universalists. Click here to learn more.


Contact Us, Hours and Directions

We are located at 506 N. Washington Avenue in Waukesha, Wisconsin, near the corner of Washington and Summit (Highway 18) Avenues.

Our phone number is (262) 544-1050 and our email is uniteduuc@gmail.com

Visit our staff page to get in touch with whomever you choose.

Services are held every Sunday at 10:30 AM.                                                                                                                   Our church office is open Tuesday by appointment and Friday, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM. If you need to see the church administrator, please make an appointment by calling (262) 544-1050 or email, uniteduuc@gmail.com.

We hope you will be in touch.

Our building is accessible with ramps, handicap bathrooms and designated parking spots. Free parking is available in our parking lot or on the street.