Category: Announcements

9:30 Discussion Group Is Back. Or is it?

The 9:30am Sunday Discussions have resumed and anyone can attend.  If UUCLC goes back to Zoom Only services, the Sunday Discussion will be held after the Sunday Service on the same Zoom link as the Service.  The format and the topics vary week to week.  One … read more.

New Class Beginning in May

A new seasonal class will begin May 17. The Book Discussion Group facilitated by Dawn Reed will read and discuss The Four Agreements: A Practical guide to Personal Freedom.

Tuesdays:  May 17, 24, 31 & June 7

UUCLC Social Hall from 10:00-11:30 am

In this … read more.

Mask Update

Effective Sunday November 21st, we will be able to wear the mask of our choice for events at the church.  KN95 and N95 masks will no longer be required, though they do offer the most protection and you may wish to continue to wear them. … read more.

We’re Baaack

Sunday Services are now in-person and on Zoom, and many meetings and activities are also now in person.

Here are the COVID protocols our Safe Congregation Committee has provided for all in-person activities in the Church.

KN95/N95 masks must be worn inside the buildingUse hand sanitizer … read more.

Opening Delayed

From our Board President, Russ LIttlefield

Dear Members and Congregants

My heart is heavy as I announce that, despite our best efforts to plan for a cautious opening in September, the Board of Trustees has decided to delay our opening. 

I do not have to tell you that … read more.

Reopening Soon!

The UUCLC Board of Trustees has announced a tentative building re-opening date of September 5. We are looking forward to being with each other at live Sunday services in our church home once again!

Preparations and guidelines for re-opening (as well as the … read more.

General Assembly Entirely Virtual This Year

This year’s General Assembly is entirely virtual. It begins Wednesday, June 23 and runs through Sunday, June 27. To attend all events, you must register and pay $200. Many events are free, however, and will be livestreamed for who care to … read more.