If you have joined us on a few Sundays to witness the depth and breadth of our services, your thoughts and feelings align with those of our long, liberal traditions, and you feel attracted to our church community, we invite you to take a further step toward membership. Plan to talk with our minister, join a group or a class and read some of our literature.

Your personal commitment to grow spiritually and to give of yourself may lead you to want to become a member. We invite you to join others in this friendly community, and to share your talents and resources in a quest that is spiritual as well as practical; personal as well as social; individual as well as institutional.

Welcome 2We offer a Path to Membership to all who support our principles and goals. As a potential member, you are invited to attend a series of classes to learn more about the Unitarian Universal Church of Belfast and Unitarian Universalism. In choosing to become a member, you are invited to sign our membership book and be welcomed as a newcomer’s ceremony at a Sunday Service.

For more information about becoming a church member or to become involved in other ways, please contact Teresa Piper at email hidden; JavaScript is required, 505-0911 or Karen Wigglesworth at email hidden; JavaScript is required, 218-1342.


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Welcome new member, Martha Burke

(3/5/2015) Many of you have known Martha Burke for quite some time and wouldn’t think of her as “new.” She joined UUCB last spring, but we are just catching up to this busy woman to “highlight” her in the newsletter. (more)

Welcome New Member, Rebecca Jessup

(3/5/2015) Rebecca Jessup grew up in New England, spending summers near Boothbay Harbor, and lived in Colorado for many years. She got her BA in classics at University of Colorado Boulder, and began tutoring and teaching as an undergrad. (She was late getting to the BA;  she had already been married and divorced, and when she graduated her two teen-age kids were her main audience.) (more)