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NEXT SUNDAY

A People of Journey

This Sunday we’ll explore how our personal journeys become our collective journey together.

This service will be online. Join us on Zoom at 10:30 am for Virtual Coffee Time to catch up with each other and chat. Then join the Sunday service at 11:00 am.

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Whoever you are, wherever you are on your personal or spiritual path, know that you are welcome!

Member Stories

When I moved to Jackson in 1998, I was looking for a Unitarian Universalist Church because I had been introduced to the denomination by my sister in Texas. When I visited the UUCJ, I decided that it could be my home church due to the friendly members and liberal religious values. And I’ve been attending ever since.

After not feeling fully embraced by several other denominations and paths, UUCJ offers me a place to celebrate my faith and values.

I was looking for a religiously liberal community where I would find support for living out my values without having to compromise my beliefs. I found that and so much more at UUCJ!

News

  • 2020 Budget May 17, 2020
    The proposed 2020 budget was adopted at the Spring Congregational Meeting: Revised proposal for 2020 budget
  • UPDATED: All UUCJ Gatherings Moved Online Until Further Notice March 18, 2020
    Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, all UUCJ in-person gatherings have been cancelled and moved online. As we have been monitoring developments related to the spread of COVID-19 and following the guidance of the CDC and UUA, we have suspended all in-person meetings effective immediately until it is safe to meet together. We will reassess the situation to ...
  • UUA Update Due to COVID-19 Outbreak March 13, 2020
    The following update was provided by the Unitarian Universalist Association on March 11: “In ongoing efforts to promote public safety during the COVID-19 outbreak, the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) is requiring all staff in its Boston office to work from home until further notice. UUA events and meetings scheduled during March and early April have been ...