Welcome to the

Unitarian Universalist

Congregation of the Catskills (UUCC)!

Our mission is diversity, community, growth, and action.

With respect for diversity of beliefs, identities,

and approaches, we: offer a compassionate,

supportive, welcoming community; provide opportunities for intellectual, emotional, and spiritual growth;

and empower our members to act on our

UU Principles

in the world around us.

Our members and friends identify with a wide variety of theologies and spiritual practices, including Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, Pagan, Humanist, Atheist, Agnostic, and others.  We welcome all people of goodwill, from any age, race, nationality, sexual orientation, class, ability, or any other measure of human diversity.

Whoever you are

Wherever you come from

Whatever your journey

We Welcome You

Come Join Us

The UUCC is a Welcoming Congregation!

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Services are Sundays at 10:30 am.  Religious Exploration at 10:30 am; supervised play in the summer. Childcare available.
November 11: Poetry is Not a Luxury - Rev. Erica Baron  We will explore Audre Lorde’s essay about feelings and poetry, and the transformative places they can lead us to.

November 18: The Three Sisters - Rev. Erica Baron
A celebration of the three sister plants cultivated by Native Americans: corn, beans, and squash, and a reflection on siblinghood. You are invited to bring a dish to share at lunch that features one or more of the three sisters plants.

November 25: Thanksgiving and Memory - Rev. Erica Baron Thanksgiving is often a time of remembrance. In our lives, what do we remember and what do we forget? A sermon by Rev. Erica will be read by Donn Critchell.