We are a congregation who seeks to build beloved community.  As Unitarian Universalists, we affirm the inherent worth and dignity of every person and seek justice, equity, and compassion in human relations.


We believe we live in inter-connected relationship in this world, especially with those who are historically marginalized and discriminated against.

We believe in the power of love and community to confront the brokenness of racism, sexism, classism, ageism, homophobia, economic disparity, religious intolerance, violence, hatred, and fear.

We believe in love.

Our focus areas for justice are:

  • Environmental Justice (Climate change, green sanctuary, land stewardship)
  • Economic Justice (Housing, homelessness, poverty)
  • Human Rights (LGBTQI Equality, Racial Justice, Reproductive Justice)
  • Peace (Gun reform, nonviolent resistance, antiwar/antiviolence)

Our congregation has a history of confronting injustice:

  • 1990 Vote to oppose Gulf War One.
  • 1995 Vote to become a Welcoming Congregation affirming gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender rights.
  • 2003 Vote to oppose the impending war against Iraq.
  • 2003-5 Our Lead Minister, Reverend Victoria Safford, testifies to the state Senate Judiciary Committee in favor of marriage equality.
  • 2004 Board supports minister’s refusal to sign marriage certificates until same-sex marriages gain legal recognition.
  • 2006 Vote against a proposed state constitutional amendment outlawing same-sex marriage.
  • Members donate over $25,000 to set up microbanks in Nicaragua.
  • 2008 Vote to make poverty and economic justice the church-wide focus for social action.

Come and join us as we grow our souls and serve the world!

WBUUC shows up.

WBUUC shows up!