About Our Chalice
Welcome to Community Unitarian Universalist Church. We are a people of faith with open minds, loving hearts and helping hands. CUUC has been a part of the Tri-Cities since 1948, helping families explore world religions, human diversity, ethics and responsible living. We keep our minds open to the religious questions people have struggled with in all times and places. We believe that personal experience, conscience, and reason should be the final authorities in religion. In the end, religious authority lies not in a book, person, or institution, but in ourselves.
Our church is also accredited as a Welcoming Congregation. We work to provide a safe, inclusive and supportive environment for members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans-gender community. We invite you to come worship with us.
CUUC's services and programs support each person's life-long growth and spiritual learning. Our differing strengths and gifts join to form a caring and vibrant community. We invite you to see our Frequently Asked Questions page for more information.
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Alternative Gift Fair
Thank you for your support of the Alternative Gift Fair, which over 8 years has raised $130,000 for local, national, and international non-profit organizations. Giving reflects the true spirit of the holiday season. At the Alternative Gift Fair, you donated to participating local, national, and international non-profit organizations. This event brings together our congregation and our community to lift up and support the wonderful work that all these charities do in our community and beyond. (January 2015)
About the Tri-Cities AreaThe Tri-Cities is located in southeastern Washington State at the confluence of the Columbia, Snake and Yakima rivers. The Tri-Cities is the fourth largest Metropolitan Area in the state of Washington. With a 2013 population of 268,200, the major communities are Pasco, Kennewick, Richland and West Richland. Since 2000, the Tri-Cities is the fastest growing Metropolitan Area in Washington State. For more information see the About the Tri-Cities Area page.
How to Find Us
Community Unitarian Universalist Church (CUUC) is located at 2819 W. Sylvester Street in Pasco, Washington. We are minutes from anywhere in the Tri-City area, off of highway 395 near the Autoplex--just south of the Nissan auto dealership and north of the Blue Bridge over the Columbia River. (View a map or get directions!).
To Our Visitors
Welcome! Join us for a Sunday service at 10:30am and stay for our Coffee Hour immediately following the service. Here you will find men and women of many backgrounds, who gather to be in a religious community. Here, we need not believe alike in order to belong. We often say that in Unitarian Universalism we do not all seek to come to the same answers, nor need we, but we want the ethical and personal values we carry with us to be refined within a religious community which honors freedom of belief and freedom of conscience. Those of us on Sunday morning--minister and lay speaker alike--have the task of presenting religion freely and fearlessly. Listeners have the responsibility to test what they hear, not only within their reason, but also in the living of everyday life.
Please view our brochure here. For more information, please email our office, or call ahead (509.545.6777) to get information and schedule an appointment to tour the facility. You are always welcome to visit any Sunday service at 10:30am. You also may view our Church Use Policy or download the Church Use Application Packet here.
CUUC is a member congregation of the Unitarian Universalist Association - http://www.uua.org (Español). As of November 2014, we have approximately 65 members – and growing! We are centrally located in the Tri-City area at 2819 W. Sylvester Street in Pasco, WA, where we have been since 2007.
Our services are on Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m. While visiting you are likely to meet members of varied spiritual beliefs derived from many different sources including (but not limited to) jewish, christian, buddist, pagan, hindu, humanist, atheist, or agnostic.
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