Inspired by the wisdom of diverse religious traditions and our own history of ethical engagement, we strive to nurture spiritual growth, support and care for each other, and effect change through our love for the world.
- ONE SERVICE ONLY on Sunday, Oct. 6 at 10:30am for a multi-generational blessing of the animals.
- Congregational Survey for the Search Committee needs to be submitted by Mon., Sept. 16. For the link to the survey, email Jenny at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Sunday, Sept. 29 there will be a Beyond Critical Thinking Town Hall Meeting held by the Ministerial Search Committee. Find out more and sign up, HERE.
The Community Church of Chapel Hill Unitarian Universalist welcomes people of any religious background (or none!) who seek a spiritual home guided by love, reason and wisdom. The wisdom we draw on at our Sunday services and in our congregational life comes from many sources. We don’t believe anyone has the final answers to those ultimate questions the world’s religions have struggled with, and argued about, for eons. We do believe there are spiritual practices and core teachings which can guide us in our everyday lives. We lift up those which have been tested by time, our own experience, and the ferment of life in religious community. Rather than tell you what to believe, we welcome you as you are, and urge you grow your soul within a supportive community. We offer Sunday services with vibrant music and thoughtful reflection, numerous classes to spark both the mind and the heart, a variety of small groups where you can listen and be listened to deeply; and many opportunities to “be the change you want to see in the world.” Join us on this journey!
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About Sunday Services
We have two services on Sunday - 9:30 and 11:15 AM with Programs for Children and Youth at both Services. (Note: on October 6th we will have one service only at 10:30 am.)
On September 22, Rev. Gary Kowalski will speak about, "America and the Religion of Fear." Headlines have revealed that the government is logging your phone calls. The Post Office examines and records the address for each piece of mail you send and receive. A woman who googled "pressure cookers" recently received a visit from the F.B.I. Are you feeling safer yet, or has the national security apparatus meant to protect Americans run amok? This week, which includes the celebration of "Constitution Day," seems an appropriate moment to consider the principles of citizenship and self-government and to ask what might be required to maintain our freedom in a surveyed world. .. For more information about upcoming services click here.
We are a Welcoming Congregation
We are a congregation which has historically stood for the civil rights of all people especially those affected by racism, and homophobia. We are a Welcoming Congregation, celebrating and affirming the active presence in our congregation of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered and heterosexual members and friends, and their families. We are actively engaged in dialogue about how to be a more racially diverse, multicultural, anti-oppressive congregation.