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2875 East Parker Road, Plano, Texas 75074-7503  •  (972)424-8989

Our Mission

Community Unitarian Universalist Church is a congregation of welcoming, diverse, caring and committed people. We provide an atmosphere and framework for examining spiritual questions individually and communally; serve by enriching the spirit through words, music and fellowship; and educate all ages by promoting ethics, a sense of morality and the pursuit of personal and shared truths. We work together to make our world a more compassionate, just and respectful place.

Our Vision

We will become a dynamic and nurturing religious community that celebrates our human diversity, supports lifelong spiritual growth, and acts for compassion and justice in the larger community.

Looking for a church where you can think, grow and explore your spirituality? Get to know us. We offer a safe and supportive community where you can seek your truth in freedom.

Here's a glimpse of our church and a taste of the richness of our community. You'll meet a few of our bright, energetic and caring members. Who are we? What do we believe? Where would you fit in? What should you do next? Our newcomer's section is a good place to start. Then join us for a worship service. Perhaps watch the video "Voices of a Liberal Faith - Unitarian Universalists". The strength of Community Unitarian Universalist Church is our people.

2014-2015 Membership Affirmation Form

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This Sunday at Community UU Church

"What's It All About?" - Guest Speaker - Rev. Don Fielding

Followed by

Don't Miss Our Special Peace Corps Speaker!

Be sure to attend the Social Action Forum this coming Sunday, July 20, following the morning service. Our special speaker will be Linda Smittle, who has just returned from a two-year term as a Peace Corps volunteer in rural Ghana, West Africa. Linda will share her experiences and pictures from her work as a health services worker in the village of Jumbo, Ghana. Her assignment included helping the community build boreholes (wells) so that residents had access to clean water, helping families build latrines for their homes, and teaching nutrition and childcare to families. Our session will begin at noon in the Sanctuary.

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Events / Activities

Community Capitalism ~ July 18th - July 23rd

Potluck, Sing-along & Fireworks ~ July 4th

SWUUSI ~ July 20th-25th

Employment Opportunities ~ Sound Booth Technicians

Thu, July 17, 1:00 PM
     Genealogy Group - Founders Hall

Thu, July 17, 6:30 PM
     Origins of the Mind - Adolescence - Rebellion, Identity, and Self - Room G

Sat, July 19, 8:30 AM
     Men's Fellowship Breakfast - Poor Richard's Café

Theological Theme for July: The Interconnected Web

Sun, July 20, 10:30 AM
     Worship - "What's It All About?" - Guest Speaker - Rev. Don Fielding - Sanctuary

Sun, July 20, 11:45 AM
     Church Library Open - Library (Room D)

Sun, July 20, 12:00 PM
     Social Justice Forum - Sanctuary

Sun, July 20, 12:15 PM
     Earth Spirit Group - Room G

Mon, July 21, 7:00 PM
     Vipassana Meditation - Room G

Mon, July 21, 7:00 PM
     HoUUse Jam - Sanctuary

Wed, July 23, 7:00 PM
     Church Library Open - Library (Room D)

Wed, July 23, 7:00 PM
     Adult RE - Community Capitalism - Founders Hall

Thu, July 24, 6:30 PM
     Origins of the Mind - Adulthood - Aging, Horizons, and Wisdom - Room G