Community Unitarian Church at White Plains
Sundays at 10:00am
Community Unitarian Church (CUC) is a Welcoming Congregation committed to affirming and purposefully including all regardless of age, race, ethnicity, national origin, disability, gender, gender identity or expression, and sexual or affectional orientation.
Foster compassion and understanding within and beyond our community, and
Engage in service to transform ourselves and our world.
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- respects differences between people and affirms every person as an individual?
- values children, welcomes them on their own terms, and offers a place they are eager to attend?
- cherishes freedom and encourages open dialogue on questions of faith?
- affirms spiritual exploration and reason as ways of finding truth?
- accepts a diversity of theology, and welcomes people who may or may not believe in a higher power?
- acts locally and thinks globally on the great issues of our time: world peace; women’s rights; racial justice; homelessness; LBGT rights; and protection of the environment?
- reveres nature as a part of its principles?
- provides comfort and support so you can carry on when difficult things happen in your life or in the world?
- honors the differing religious beliefs of you and your loved one?
- welcomes your non-traditional family?
April 5: Rev. Meredith Garmon
- Easter Transformations: 3rd Sunday of Spring. Flower Celebration Service. The Easter story of resurrection represents the "miraculous" possibilities for rebuilding and transforming.
April 12: Rev. Meredith Garmon
- Transform Self and World: 4th Sunday of Spring - Congregational Conversation on Social Justice. Our mission includes: "engage in service to transform ourselves and our world." We ask, then, not only, "How can we work to transform our world?" but also, "How does the work of justice transform us?"
April 19: Rev. Meredith Garmon
- The Call to Simplicity: 5th Sunday of Spring. It's been over 30 years since "voluntary simplicity" became a "thing" (a popular book with that title was published in 1981). The value and need of a less frantic, less consumerist way of living has only increased.
April 26: Rev. Meredith Garmon
- Re-reading Job: 6th Sunday of Spring. When you remember the story in the Biblical Book of Job, you may be remembering best the first two chapters and the last chapter. The 38 chapters in the middle actually have some interesting insights into how to answer unearned suffering.