News & Events
Consult our online calendar tinyurl.com/caluucnc for upcoming events.
Current Heallth and Safety policy (replaces previous COVID policy)
Great Chili Cook-off
Saturday, March 2, 5 PM
Start preparing your chili recipe!
Our festive fundraiser, The Great UUCNC Chili Cook-off is open to the public and features taste testing of and voting on various pots of chili, games for all ages, a costume photo booth, and live music.
Share our Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/share/gfNWYkP6ho7AUtFi/?mibextid=9VsGKo
- Register now to enter your chili: http://tinyurl.com/38vwm2y5
- Purchase tickets here: http://tinyurl.com/ybwcuxsx or at the door
For more information, see the flyer:
Questions? Speak with coordinator Janey Wagner.
The Still Point: Weekly Meditation
Wednesdays at 7 PM, starting March 6
Weekly meditation with Rev. Ron Skowronski; no meditation experience necessary.
The doors open at 6:30 PM. The meditation will begin promptly at 7 PM, and the gathering will conclude at 8 PM. A free will offering will be gratefully accepted but is not necessary. Refreshments will not be offered.
If The Still Point proves to be of interest to members and friends, it will continue in April.
Questions? Speak with Rev. Ron Skowronski.
Many years ago, the late Claudia Ansell began the tradition of our bringing flowers or flowering plants to the Easter Sunday worship service to brighten our sanctuary, and then taking the plants back home to plant or taking them to a nursing home.
Now that we are able to hold services in our meetinghouse, let us continue this lovely tradition. Please come early enough to place your flowers or plants at the front of our sanctuary before the service begins.
If you are attending the March 31 service via Zoom, you are invited to go outside after the service to appreciate the spring flowers or to plant some flower seeds. If you are not able to go outside, look out your window and see what signs of spring you notice.
For those who loved Claudia, let’s remember her with gratitude, and let us all be grateful for our community that encourages compassion to flower.