• Our Mission

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    We are a vibrant, inter-generational faith community, inspired by thought and spirit and grounded in love.

    Our mission is to honor differences and to foster peace, justice, and sustainability in ourselves and in our world.

     

     


  • Congregational Retreat at Ferry Beach, October 28-30

    FerryBeach_thumbMark Your Calendars and get ready for UUCB’s first congregational retreat for all ages! From October 28-30, we will join the congregations from Castine and Ellsworth at Ferry Beach in Saco, Maine for a weekend of fun, food, friendship, and faith. (more)
     

    Renovations of Our Building Have Begun

    P1100760The UUCB Church building at 36 Miller Street has been emptied of its contents, and walls, floors, and ceilings are being removed.  Contractor Charlie Plourde and his crew began work in mid-August on the project that will completely transform the church interior. The original upper story church sanctuary, closed off in 1931, will be reclaimed for its original purpose and the first floor will be renovated for classrooms, offices, and meeting space.   (more)
     

  • We Welcome Steve Weston as Our New Music Director

    Music director PhotoWe are delighted that Steve Weston has joined the UUCB staff as Music Director. Steve, who lives in Belfast, is a Midcoast Maine choral director and private music instructor. He conducts the Chorale portion of the Midcoast Community Chorus and is the assistant conductor and a singing member of Vox Nova Chamber Choir in  Brunswick. His Camden/Belfast voice and flute studio currently has over 20 students, ages 13 to 84. (He’s looking for more!) (more)
     

    From the Director of Religious Exploration (DRE)

    DanielleWhen RE classes begin September 11, this will be my 10th year  as your Director of Religious Exploration. Ten years! The average stay for a DRE is two years in the US. I think I got really lucky here. The energy this church provides and the dedication it has to the children’s program is the reason that I haven’t burnt out and moved on to less stressful pastures. (more)