I enjoy the company and support of others who are actively pursuing their unique spiritual paths that leads us all to new sources of truth, beauty, mystery, and wisdom.
I was attracted to UCN by the natural beauty and the outstanding building, but I’ve stayed for the spiritual sustenance and growth, congregational democracy, and social justice.
One reason I chose to be a member of UCN is that Unitarian Universalists are open to new discoveries about ‘what truth is.’ As has been said,'”What I learn tomorrow may contradict what I have learned today.”
I was unchurched for many years and got to a point in my life where my spiritual side was yearning for a place to call home. I found that the UU faith with the seven principles provided that. I choose UCN specifically because I felt so welcomed into the warm and truly caring community that UCN is. I have been a member for five years and continue to find UCN to be a place where I am spiritually nourished and embraced by a warm and compassionate community.
My partner and I both come from very devout Catholic families and we broke away from our childhood faith in college. Not thinking we were in need of a spiritual home, we first attended UCN upon the recommendation of a friend. We stayed because of the incredible welcoming, supportive, and caring atmosphere created by members and friends committed to living their UU values. We now can’t imagine life without the amazing community we have found.