Unitarian Universalism is a caring, open-minded religion that encourages seekers to follow their own spiritual paths. Our faith draws on many religious sources, welcoming people with different beliefs. We are united by shared values, not by creed or dogma.
Sunday Service is held at 10:00 AM and typically includes music, hymns, readings, a time for all ages, a collection, and a speaker. After the service, we share time together and enjoy refreshments in the adjoining Community Room.
If visitors have any questions, look for "Red Cup Greeters" during coffee hour (we will be the people drinking coffee from red coffee cups!). Information for visitors is available at the Visitor's Table in the Community Room.
Childcare is provided for infants and young children during the service. During the school year, pre-school children through senior high youth join the congregation in the sanctuary at the beginning of the service and may then join religious education classes or remain with the congregation. Children should be signed in with the Religious Education Greeter on the lower level before the service begins and picked up following the service.
We are located at 2030 Wayzata Blvd East in Wayzata, Minnesota. We are located on the south side of Highway 12 / Interstate 394. For location and directions on Google, click here for the Google Maps page.
Check the UUCM calendar for upcoming class dates.
In these classes, participants have an opportunity to share more deeply their individual spiritual journeys and to explore whether membership in UUCM feels right for them. There are two classes in this series, each is offered on the second Sunday of the month at 11:15 am, following the service. Please check the church calendar, the Happenings page or the Friday Update for details.
"Exploring UU History and Beliefs" allows participants to share their own spiritual journeys and to interactively explore a broad overview of Unitarian and Universalist history and what it means to be a UU.
"Exploring UUCM" continues to respond to your questions, provides information about opportunities to connect at UUCM, and reviews how we relate to the wider UU Region and the Unitarian Universalist Association. Click here for a full listing of classes.
There are five expectations of membership in our voluntary association:
If you feel you have an area of interest that is calling you to participate and don't know where to start, then our "How to Connect" document will point you in the right direction! Stop by the Visitor Information desk or click on the above file link to learn more!
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Monday Morning Book Club
Members of the MMBC meet on the third Monday of each month at 11:00 AM at UUCM. Books are chosen each year by the whole group, from old classics to new authors and topical subjects. At each meeting a discussion leader will tell something about the author and start the discussion. Anyone who loves to read is welcome to join us. For more information about this group, please contact Bev Montgomery.
Women Who Read Book Club
The UUCM book group, Women Who Read, meet the second Monday of UUCM to discuss a mix of fiction, non-fiction and classics. WWR welcomes new members anytime. Please contact Christy Dachelet for more information.
Especially for women 60+, this group has fun getting to know one another and exploring a monthly theme. They meet at UUCM at noon on the second Friday of the month. Please contact Sue McKnight.
Especially for men 60+, this group meets at 8:00 a.m. on the first Tuesday of the month at the Original Pancake House on Hwy 101 and County Road 6 in Plymouth. This group of 8-10 men always welcome more breakfasters! Please email Jerry Johnson for more information.
The Care Team coordinates visits, meals, rides to medical appointments, and emergency child care and more for those in our church community with needs. The committee may also coordinate receptions following memorial services for those currently in our church community. They also send cards for congratulations, get well, thinking of you and condolences. They recruit and maintain a list of volunteers from the church community.
To request care for yourself or someone you know, or if you would be willing to lend a hand, please contact any care team member:
Hospitality Teams are group of 10-15 people who provide support for each Sunday service. Duties include ushering, greeting, and coffee hour duties. If you are interested in joining one of these teams, please contact the following people who will provide training or instructions on how to join the team.
Two ushers are required for each Sunday Worship service. Please contact Barb Corbusier, if you are interested in becoming an usher or you can sign up here anytime to put your name on the schedule. Ushers' duties include opening up the church and making sure everything is ready for the service, greeting people and handing out the bulletin, taking the attendance count and collecting the offering.
Duties includes welcoming guests to UUCM and making their visit a comfortable experience. Please contact Gary Charles, Membership Ministry Facilitator if you wish to join the team. To sign up for the greeter schedule you can sign up here.
The coffee hour host makes coffee, tea, other beverages and sometimes treats for the social time after each Sunday service. If you would like to be part of the Coffee Hour Hosts schedule (training will be provided) please contact MaryAnn Wiborg.