We offer several ways for visitors to get acquainted with our members and staff and to ask questions about our community.
Visit us on a Sunday Morning
One of the best ways to get to know us is to visit on a Sunday morning. When you arrive, please look for the visitor table in our vestibule. Greeters will welcome you, invite you to get a name tag and help you find where to go. Find more about Sunday mornings here. If you are visiting with kids, find more about what we offer for children here.
Connect After the Service
Each Sunday, everyone is invited to gather in Freeman Hall after service. Stop by the visitor table there to get a yellow visitor mug and ask any questions you might have. Enjoy coffee or tea and some snacks, meet some folks and learn about upcoming educational and fun activities as well as volunteer opportunities.
Sign up for Currents
Our weekly newsletter Currents is the best way to know what’s happening at the Unitarian Universalist Community of Charlotte (UUCC). Here, you will find upcoming classes, activities, volunteer opportunities, and more. Sign up here.
Get More Connected
Meet with Director of Member Relations Kelly Greene (in person or on Zoom) to find out how you can get more involved at the UUCC. She can help connect you with small groups, classes, volunteering, etc., and answer your questions. If you are ready to become a member of the UUCC, she can help you with that too. Contact her at kelly(at)uuccharlotte.org or 704-366-8623.
Take a Class
Our New to UUCC class is just one of the ways to learn about Unitarian Universalism (UU) and this community. Offered approximately quarterly, this session covers topics such as UU theology and history, how we do lifespan religious education, what small groups you can join, and more. This is also a great opportunity to meet other people who are new here. The date and time of the next session will be shared in our weekly newsletter Currents, in the Sunday handout, and at the visitor table in Freeman Hall.
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