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.
May 5: Living in Sensation - Rev. Erica Baron
Inspired by an essay by Z Griss, this sermon will explore a heightened awareness of embodiment and what it might mean for identity. Z asks: “What if we could live from sensation and soul purpose rather than social identity? What happens to our humanity if we don’t acknowledge our sensations or express our relationship to them?...Is there something to see that I can see more clearly when I’m not attached to my identity?”

May 12: Liberating Language - Rev. Erica Baron

We can use language in ways that restrict or in ways that liberate. How can we find ways to use the power of language for liberation for ourselves and others?

May 19: Flower Communion - Rev. Erica Baron

An intergenerational celebration of the gifts of community.  Please bring a flower to share.

May 26: Who Hijacked Mary Magdalene - Pat Hurst

Having been incorrectly portrayed for centuries as a prostitute, Mary Magdalene is one of the most controversial characters in the Biblical Gospel story. How did this happen and has it been corrected? We will take a look at this intriguing story through verse, song, dance, and commentary