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.
July 7: The Holy Mirror: Climate Change and Hope - Laila Brady Walzer Walzer   Step into an earth-centered worldview with human beings as true servants as creation, rather than masters over it.The Abrahamic tradition offers wisdom, guidance, and the opportunity for  real change.  
July 14: Mary Magdalene: The Road Back to Equality - Pat Hurst   There was a time in the development of the Christian religion when the roles of men and women were balanced and equal. When was this, why did it change, and why does it even matter? Was this an opportunity lost to the ages or does it provide hope and guidance in our current times? With Mary Magdalene as inspiration, we will take a look at this historical story through readings, song, dance, and commentary.  
July 21: Hope is… - Jane Podell   At this multi-generational service, we will look at hope and explore what it might mean to each of us.
July 28: Service About Self - Richard Cattabiani The philosophical parallels between the principles of Unitarian Universalism and Rotary's Four Way Test.