• Welcome from Our Minister,
    Reverend Deane Perkins

    Welcome to the Unitarian Universalist Church of Belfast. Explore our website for a glimpse of the energy and vitality of our faith community as we work toward spiritual deepening, meaningful connections, and making a positive difference in the world.

    We are proud of the many ways our members and friends contribute to the church and local community.   UUCB began the robust Restorative Justice Program of the Midcoast several years ago and the burgeoning Window Dressers Energy Conservation Program two years ago, and many of our members are active volunteers.  As part of the congregation’s commitment to becoming a Unitarian Universalist Association Peace Advocacy Church, members of our congregation initiated the first annual Belfast Peace Festival this September.

    Our focus reaches farther, too.  Our senior high youth have done service projects in New Orleans, with Mano en Mano here in Maine, and this past summer at Safe Passage in Guatemala. All our programs, for children and adults, foster spiritual growth and challenge us to seek ways to promote justice in our lives and our world.

    Please visit us sometime soon. It will be a pleasure to meet you.


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    What's Happening at UUCB   

    Volunteer for the 3rd annual Belfast Window Dressers (Nov. 6-20)

    (10/23/2014) The fun and fellowship (and yes, work) begins each day at 8:30 am at the Belfast Boathouse.  The 1st shift ends at 12:30 pm, when lunch will be served to all volunteers. The 2nd shift runs from 1 to 5 pm each day. (more)

    UUCB’s Famous Fall Clothing Sale – Oct. 24 & 25

    clothingsale(10/21/2014) The annual fall clothing sale at the UU Church of Belfast (37 Miller Street) will again offer high quality clothes for bargain prices. Friday, Oct 24th from 4 to 7 pm, Saturday, Oct 25th from 8 am to 2 pm. A bag sale will take place from 1 to 2 pm on Saturday. Volunteers Needed! (more)

    New adult lifespan offering, “Spirituality of Silence” begins Nov. 4

    (10/21/2014) Beginning Tuesday, November 4 and continuing for 8 weeks, the Lifespan Committee is offering the opportunity to experience the Spirituality of Silence in community with others.  There will be two opportunities each Tuesday: at 12:00 noon and at 6:30 pm. This is a drop-in group, no registration required. (more)

    “New to UU Belfast” class starts Nov. 2

    (10/20/2014) The much anticipated “New to UU Belfast" class begins Sunday, November 2nd and will run on three additional Sundays from 1:30 pm until 3:30 pm at the church in the Hospitality Room. Our popular historian and teacher, Ian Howard, will be joined by Rev. Deane Perkins on two of the weeks. The first session (more)

    Expansion Feasability Study Approved

    IMG_7015(10/10/2014) On October 5th, the UUCB congregation passed another milestone on our Space Needs journey, when we voted overwhelmingly to proceed with a Feasibility Study for our proposed building expansion project. This study, which will be run by Full Harvest Fundraising, (more)

    New RE Year Kicks Off with Hogwart’s Harry Potter Curriculum

    Hogwarts Curriculum 2014(9/30/2014)   After the success of the Harry Potter Curricula used last spring with the Elders Group, (more)

    Adult Life Span Committee Announces Fall Programs

    (9/30/2014) Rev. Deane Perkins will lead a class for parents on using Nonviolent Communication practices with their children.  UU Member and writer Linda Buckmaster will again offer "Writing with Nature" for all writers and wannabe writers of any level.  Rev. Duncan Newcomer will follow his popular spring class on the parables of Jesus with "Understanding the Labyrinth," a two-session presentation on the history of this meditative practice. (more)

    YRUU Project at Safe Passage in Guatemala In the News … Again

    Deb Walters Guatemala kayak route(9/30/2014) Safe Passage recently did a blog entry about the project our YRUU group did when we were in Guatemala.  Part of our commitment while at Safe Passage was to do a school project of some sort with the young people there.  (more)

    2014 Fall Retreat a Wild Success!

    IMG_5383(9/30/2014) “This feels like a family reunion!” said Margie Shannon about the All-Church Retreat that took place at Tanglewood on Sunday, Sept. 14th.   Margie captured the feel of the retreat perfectly with that simple phrase! (more)

    UU Buddhist Fellowship: The River Sangha Moves to 9 Grove St.

    (9/30/2014) The UU Buddhist Fellowship, The River Sangha, has moved to 9 Grove Street.  Contact Judith Simpson at 338-0579 for more information.

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