Phone: (443) 646-3518
UUCC will resume services again the second Sunday in September, 2018.
(Please revisit this page for updated 2018-2019 service dates.)
UUCC has concluded it’s 2017-2018 church year. We are currently on summer break. Our services will resume in September for the 2018-2019 season. Hope to see you then.
Jun 30 - Wine & Cheese get-together
Jul 15 - Ice Cream Social
Jul 29 - Breakfast at I-Hop
Aug 26 - UUCC picnic
See upcoming email for details
I grew up in a military life. We lived on military bases most of the time. Church was based on only three religions, Judaism, Catholicism and Protestant. I had questions that never really got answered. How could God condemn so many people that weren’t of the Christian faith? How could Paul have the impression of Women he did? I just couldn’t believe in a vengeful God. I have had these questions since I was ten and studying the bible. The older I got the more I believed that Man was responsible for Humanity and the Earth.
Getting married in church was the last time I went to church and that’s been over 40 years. My husband had the same beliefs. He believed he was an atheist. He never found the Unitarian Universalist religion. He died in 2007. In 2010, I found the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Chesapeake. I found my religion. The Congregation is worm and accepting of all people. They live what they believe.
The congregations in this cluster include:
- All Souls Church, Unitarian, Washington D.C.
- Universalist National Memorial, Washington D.C.
- Washington Ethical Society
- Paint Branch UU Church, Adelphi
- UU Church of Annapolis
- Cedar Lane UU Church, Bethesda
- River Road UU Congregation, Bethesda
- Goodloe Memorial UU Congregation, Bowie
- Davies Memorial UU Church, Camp Springs
- UU Congregation of Frederick
- Sugarloaf Congregation of UUs, Germantown
- UU Fellowship of Southern Maryland, Leonardtown
- UU Church of Rockville
- UU Church of Silver Spring
- UUs of Riderwood, Silver Spring
- UU Congregation of the Chesapeake, Prince Frederick
Reflection on #MeToo
October 26, 2017
Over the past several weeks, I have been listening to and reading the many #MeToo stories unfolding in the news, in social media, in private conversations and in public ones. The conversations have been happening nationally, but … read more.
Hate, Violence, and Trauma: Talking with Children
By UUA Ministries and Faith Development: Faith Development Office Hateful, violent rallies of white supremacists are news we cannot ignore. As with the 2016 killings in an Orlando, Florida nightclub; the 2015 murders in a Charleston, South Carolina black church; the 2013 … read more.
Service Cancellation Policy
“If inclement weather or other situations require the cancellation of a Sunday service or other UUCC events, every effort will be made to communicate this status to all people affected. If in doubt, check your e-mail in-box or the UUCC web site for the latest information. If you do not have internet access, there will be a notice of cancellation or a direct call pick-up on the UUCC phone no later than 7am for Sunday service or three hours prior to the scheduled start time for other events."