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.
December 9: Becoming Whole - Rev. Erica Baron
Our monthly dive into the works of Audre Lorde will help us think about the ways we are asked to separate or choose between the different parts of ourselves, and how we might strive toward wholeness and integration.

December 16: The Oak King and the Holly King - Rev. Erica Baron
A service for all ages exploring the story of the Oak King and the Holly King, a metaphor for the seasons and what happens when the cycle of the seasons starts to change.

December 23: Songs of Healing - Rev. Erica Baron
In this season when we are expected to be joyful, we actually experience many emotions.  How do we make space for the difficult parts of the holiday season?  We will use music to help us find a way into these questions.

December 24, 7 pm: Christmas Eve - Rev. Erica Baron
Our annual celebration of Christmas, including readings, songs, and candle light. All are welcome. You are invited to bring finger food to share after the service.

December 30: From Anger to Compassion — Rev. Diane Epstein
Rev. Epstein will talk about conscious use of anger and how it can fuel change and societal growth.  Is it possible to be motivated by anger and yet still maintain compassion?  And, most importantly, as we move into the new year:  How do we cultivate the witness place in our lives, allowing us to gain perspective, and have compassion for ourselves?