Welcome to the Unitarian Universalist Community Church of Augusta.  We are glad you have chosen to visit our community, participate in our religious exploration classes and/or join us for Sunday morning worship.  We hope that you will find something here to stretch your mind, touch your heart and nurture your spirit.

Theme-Based Ministry  In September of 2013, UUCC of Augusta transitioned to Theme-based ministry to provide members and friends with an opportunity for deeper  interaction with monthly themes.  For more information, see Theme-Based Ministry and the accompanying resource, Soul Matter Packet

Leap of Faith    We were invited, as one of four congregations in Northern New England District, to be part of the UUA’s Leap of Faith Initiative this church year in a faith journey that will lead to spiritual growth and deeper connections. For more information, see Leap of Faith. Also click on Visitors Welcome or Start Here on this page for the video created for participation in Leap of Faith.

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Quick Notes

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 Rev. Carie’s Summer Schedule.   August 18-31 Office Hours: Monday-Thursday noon-5pm 

Communications Deadlines:

--The Flaming Chalice: 8am Third Monday -- Please use Arial 11 font.  Attach as a word document to your email and send it to newsletter@augustauu.org. Sent out the Fourth Monday

---All Church Email --Wednesday 9:00am, to Office Administrator, admin@augustauu.org. WIll be sent out late Wednesday afternoon.

---Sunday Order of Service Announcements:Thursday 9:00am, to Office Administrator, admin@augustauu.org

















Upcoming Services

Services this week at 10:00am

Following are the topics and leaders for the Sunday Summer Services. Information will be added as it is available.


August 31 ~ 10:00 AM ~"Magical Places: Where Would You Like To Travel?"  David Rand, Worship Leader. 



September 7 "In-Gathering" Rev. Carie Johnsen Bring: Water from a  local source and a photo of a summer adventure. The Water Communion in which our individual water is collected in one large vessel symbolizes our unity and our diversity.

September 14 "Not For Ourselves Alone" Rev. Carie Johnsen We are part of something that both includes us and transcends us. How shall we as a people of faith be relevant in the lives of others and the ever changing world?

September 21 "And What About That WEB?" Rev. Carie Johnsen

September 28 To Be Announced Membership Committee


 Nursery care is available for children 4 years and under during services.  Spirit Play is available for children 5 and older through August.