Join us for worship this Sunday as we mark the Easter holiday and wonder what it’s story can teach us about brokenness, wholeness, and the stories we tell ourselves about our worth. All are welcome!

Upcoming Events

If you would like a new nametag printed with your perferred pronouns on it, please stop in the admin office to have one printed or send an email to!

Do you have an amazing Mac and Cheese recipe? Well, here’s your chance to share it with the congregation!!! Owl Graduation is Sunday, April 28 and after service we’d like to celebrate with Mac and Cheese. But…. this isn’t any old coffee hour… this is Mac and Cheese Extravaganza Hour. Bring your favorite Mac and Cheese and enter our contest. $10 entry fee for your dish and you could win a pot of gold (cash). No charge to eat. Join us to celebrate with our OWL youth and teachers who’ve worked so hard over the last 12 weeks!
Bring your cash to vote!!!! Each dish will have a pot/jar/bucket in front of it, if it’s your favorite recipe… add your cash to the voting jar. The dish with the most CASH will win the cash and the contest. The other $$$$ from the non-winning dishes will be donated to the UUCC general fund.
Thank you for your support!!!! (scholarships are available for entry fees if need. Please don’t hesitate to bring your Mac and Cheese… all donations greatly appreciated!!!!)  Sign up for Mac and Cheese Dishes are in the LOBBY. Please sign up today!!!!
CONGREGATION  – we need your side dishes!!! Please bring a side dish to share during our Mac and Cheese Extravaganza!!!! Dessert will be provided, thank you!

UUCC gardeners and aspiring gardeners!
We are starting up with 2 work days in April 4/20 and 4/27 from 2pm-4pm.

Start at the 2019 ground level, help us plan what crops and flowers get added! Looking forward to connecting and growing together. Contact Birgitt or Steve for more information.

Immigration Justice Coalition needs help

A young woman and her family in our community need help. We have known her for some time.

She is a 20 something young woman who was brought here by undocumented parents as a toddler. She could not get DACA status because she could not adequately document all of the many addresses her parents had or the schools she attended.

She, her parents and a sister are undocumented. But, they have two young brothers (maybe 8 and 10) who are citizens.

She is under threat of deportation and doesn’t feel she can fill out the application form some landlords require. She needs a two bedroom apartment and can pay $700-$800.

This is a good family that many of us know. If you know of any place available, please contact Sandi Gaulke ( or Rodger McDaniel (
Thank you!

UUCC’s High School Youth Group are collecting aluminum cans for various organizations. Each month we will announce a new organization we plan to donate to. Please bring your clean, aluminum cans in and place them in the recycling container on Sundays. We’ll take it from there. THANK YOU!!!

Here at UUCC we will be collecting non-pershiable food, personal care items, new socks and underwear for all ages and craft items. Look for the collection bin in the lobby and watch for more details on how you can help!

Day of Giving is May 10 8am-5pm at the Kiwanis Community House

Calendar of Events

Click here to see the calendar of upcoming events at UUCC! 

***The administration office will be closed Thursday April 18th.

On your Sunday (assigned by last name), please do one or more of the following:
    • Come early to help set up the social hall.
    • Bring a tray of prepared finger foods (and remember to take your tray and any leftover food home with you.)
  • Linger to help with cleanup!
First Sunday – A – F
Second Sunday – G – L
Third Sunday – M – R
Fourth Sunday – S – Z
Fifth Sunday – Everyone

It’s never too early to think about helping out in the Faith Development Program this summer. Summer of Seuss is coming Summer 2019 and we need lots of Who’s to help lead our charges. Contact Mary now to find out how you can help with Summer of Seuss Sunday Classes. Mary Scherden (307) 638-4554 ext 12.

GOODIE/WELCOME BAGS– we are working on some goodie bags to be passed out to visiting/first time youth. The bags have a self-designed magnet with information on how to find out more about our youth programs and some well loved UU themed booklets to help welcome new youth to our program. We’re including a few fun activities and some crayons/craft project to make during service. These bags are meant for kids to take home and keep. We’re hoping to have youth hand them out to new children as they arrive at church. We’re excited to share these goodies bags and some information about us with all our new families.

Busy bags during services – I know our busy bag area has been a little lacking in the last few months. Some people just need something to fidget with to keep their hands busy during quiet times/service. For the last few months we’ve been planning to up our game and provide the youth with more stimulating activities while keeping them engaged in service. Check out some of our new, fun ideas.

Busy bags and Welcoming bags will be stored in Mary’s office during the week.

Social Media – Please be sure to spread the word. We have really been listening to our youth and are trying to move more to the digital age. Most of our Faith Development groups have their own Facebook page moderated by Mary and the Faith Development team. We’re trying to encourage conversations outside of “church” for the kids. Every week we post ideas to engage our youth and families. If you have a chance, stop by the UUCC Faith Development group and become a member. You’ll see all the cool artwork and service projects our youth are doing!!!! (Be assured, we are following strict online safety and safe congregation guidelines concerning social media and youth)

Check out the links to the all Facebook pages.
UUCC Faith Development Page
High School Page
Middle School Group (5th – 9th grades)

Mark your calender’s now. Bring a cake and see who wins your cake at our Mother’s Day Cake Auction.

9th-12th grade youth are invited to Mountain Desert District youth events. Please contact Jessy Hennesy, MDD Youth Conference Coordinator, with questions, at

June 30-July 6 – QUUest Camp (and Spirit QUUest Camp for middle school youth), La Foret Conference and Retreat Center, Colorado Springs, Colorado


Do you need to submit an announcement for the weekly e-mail, UUCC This Week and Beyond… ?

    1. Submission deadline is Tuesday before 10 AM.
    1. Please submit announcements to
    1. Announcements on CD or hand-written/typed announcements should be delivered or mailed to the office and received by the due date.
    1. E-mail announcements are usually then included in the next Sunday order of service.
    1. Please remember that not all members/friends have or use email.
  1. If you are not receiving the weekly e-mail announcements, contact the office.

Do you need to submit an announcement for the Sunday service?

    1. Submission deadline is Sunday 10 AM to be read at the beginning of service.
    1. Please submit typed or hand-written announcements to the mailbox labeled Announcements in the hallway of the church.
  1. Announcements are then usually included in the next weekly e-mai

Peanut-Free Zone!
Please remember the church is a peanut free zone for safety of our members. We have members with severe peanut allergies and we want to have all our activities safe for them and any others with this allergy to be welcome.

Please remind others, and if you are bringing in a packaged item, check to ensure it was made in a peanut free environment. Let’s keep church a safe place for everyone!




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