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

We are a friendly, vibrant congregation of the open heart and open mind. 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 Events

Support United!!


You can now support United by shopping online using any or all of three options:

iGive at http://www.iGive.com

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Amazon Smile at smile.amazon.com

When you support United, you are supporting our ability to help others in our community. 

With your support, we are able to:

Help feed our homeless as well as help keep them a bit warmer in our cold Wisconsin months.  

Expand knowledge in our community with our Free Little Library. 

Help families during the Holidays through Christmas Clearing council.

Any many more causes..

Please click the SUPPORT US button above to see how you can help United help others.


United is proud to host the Plowshare dialogue initiative this fall. The full course will meet Monday evenings from 6:30pm to 8:30 pm beginning September 14 to December 7, 2015.

Dialogue is an innovative pathway to creating Peace in our lives.  Dialogue is a skill that requires a commitment long enough to integrate this new way of being into our lives.

The next informational meeting on the Dialogue Initiative is on Saturday, September 12 at 9:30 am at the Waukesha Public Library. 

Please RSVP to Sally Michalko at smichalko@wi.rr.com or at 262-524-9499.

Sunday service for

September 6, 2015

"An open invitation to labor"

Guest Speaker:

geoff blankenmeyer

The history of labor in this nation has been a struggle.  Large
 corporations, government and special interests have fought against the
 advancement of labor rights since the ink dried on the Constitution.  It is
 up to us; the people, to organize and make our voices heard to insure that
 our progeny can enjoy the benefits of adequate pay and benefits that the
 Labor movement bequeathed to us.  We can only do this if we open an
invitation to everyone regardless of race, religion, economic status or
 nationality.  An injustice to one is an injustice to all.

I did not at all understand the mystery of grace- only that it meets us where we are but does not leave us where it found us. - Ann Lamott

Contact Us, Hours and Directions

We hope you will be in touch.

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 and Friday, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM.

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

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