Becoming A Member

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Membership is a spiritual act. It’s important to take time to discern your participation level at UCS. We encourage you to first participate in these steps:

They invite you to deepen your connection to the community. We know from experience that we grow spiritually when we connect relationally. Your involvement in circles, like Explore & Connect and Spirit in Practice, do just that. Suddenly UCS feels like home.

That’s when it’s time to consider membership.

Becoming a Member

We welcome all who wish to join our congregation. As a non-creedal spiritual community, members are not required to profess certain beliefs. Membership means that we take shared responsibility in creating a radically inclusive community that feeds the human spirit and heals the world. Becoming a member means that you help create and offer that community to others.

New Member Ceremony

We invite new members to be recognized at our annual Ceremony during a Sunday service. (It’s ok, you don’t have to speak.) You become a voting member of the congregation by signing the Membership Book, participating in the life of the congregation, and making a financial pledge on record.