Participating in a group is a great way to get connected for both UUCA members and active non-members.
For contact details, check the directory in REALM or contact Venny Zachritz, our Connections Coordinator.
To use a room at UUCA, schedule the room with Tish Murphy. For meetings at UUCA, please leave rooms as you found them.
Social Groups are not supported by staff members but are expected to stay in right relations with staff and the rest of the congregation. One thing for sure that will keep you in right relations, when you use any space at UUCA please leave it as you found it (chairs and tables and video screens restored to original).
Small groups of 8 to 10 people who meet regularly to practice deep listening in support of one another’s spiritual journeys.
Meets: Times vary by group
Contact: Iris Hardin
Our sangha is a covenantal UUCA faith development group created for those interested in developing and strengthening their UU-Buddhism connection in the context of everyday life. Click here for more information.
Meets: Second and fourth Tuesdays, 7pm.
Contact: Jim Steffe
Blue Ridge Spirit CUUPS
This chapter of the Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans is dedicated to educating people about Paganism and developing and conducting Pagan liturgies and rituals for the congregation.
Meets: Varies depending on ritual.
Contact: MaryAnn Somervill
A group of congregants who have experienced recent loss and wish to support each other.
Meets: Second Fridays, 9:30am
Contact: Nancy Bragg and Sherry Lundquist
Earth Community Circle
Environmental issues of every sort are covered by this group through action items and book discussions.
Meets: Fourth Thursdays, 6:30pm
Contact: Wink Zachritz and Ed Prestemon
Anti-racism and Immigration Justice Action Group
Supports the Black Lives Matter movement that calls us to deepen our understanding of white privilege and to partner with local organizations to combat oppression at all levels in our communities.
Meets: Second Thursdays, 2:30 pm
Contact: Eleanor Lane
Justice Ministry Film Night – currently on Zoom
Once a month we show a documentary addressing a current issue of American life. Admission is free, donations accepted.
Meets: One Friday a month (watch eNews for dates) 7pm (Sandburg Hall)
Contact: Charlie Wussow
Universal Rainbow Unity
A group promoting love, acceptance, compassion, justice, and equality in all areas of sexual and gender identity.
Meets: Third Tuesdays, 6:30pm
Contact: Margaret McAlister
Cinema Forum – on hiatus
Contact the leader, get an email telling you what movie to watch during the month then come join the movie discussion on the fourth Sunday of the month.
Meets: Fourth Sundays, 5pm
Contact: Sandy Purdy
Deerfield UUs – on hiatus
For those who identify as UUs and live at Deerfield Episcopal Retirement Community.
Meets: Times vary (at Deerfield)
Contact: Bill Clontz
Dinner Circles – on hiatus
Potluck dinners for eight in members’ homes. Separate sign-up for each quarter.
Meets: Quarterly at host homes
Contact: Linda Kooiker and Robin Loew
Items are made to donate to Meals on Wheels, Room at the Inn, and Trinity Place Youth Shelter. The group welcomes new members and yarn donations.
Meets: First Saturdays, 10am
Contact: Donna Hughes
Givens Estates UUs – on hiatus
For those who identify as UUs and live at Givens Estates.
Meets: Third Mondays, 5pm (at Givens)
Contact: Bill Dickason
Men’s Breakfast Group
This is for the guys. Meet monthly for a potluck breakfast, fellowship, and discussion; sometimes irreverent and sometimes touching and moving.
Meets: Second Saturdays, 8:30am
Contact: Michael Beech
Getting together either outside or online.
Meets: Monthly, specific to each group
Contact: Linda Kooiker
Sing Along – on hiatus
Gather around the piano in the Sanctuary, grab a song book filled with a variety of genres, and sing along.
Meets: First and third Tuesdays, 7pm (Sanctuary)
Contact: Dave Bates
UU Womens’ Connections
All women are invited to bring a potluck dish and join this lively social group for entertaining programs every month.
Meets: Third Saturdays, 10am
Contact: MaryAnn Somervill