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This Sunday, Rev. Justin McCreary will lead us in exploring Commitment.

This service will be held online. Join us on Zoom at 10:30 am for Virtual Coffee Time to chat. The Sunday service will begin at 11:00 am: https://zoom.us/j/99862331068?pwd=WURVU0FMcnF3dkFhTktlUzlTZUlMZz09
Meeting ID: 998 6233 1068
Passcode: UUCJ

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

Member Stories

I visited the church years ago and was interested and impressed with their unique approach to religious community. Now, I’m actively involved and feel as though I am contributing to a community that is meaningful and helps me find the connection that I have always sought but never found in church.

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

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.

News

  • UU Lent 2021 February 18, 2021
    #UULent observers are encouraged to reflect on the word/idea/practice/concept for the day and share a representative photograph for the day. Observers are also encouraged to engage with other observers throughout from Ash Wednesday to Easter on the UU Lent Facebook page. May this shared intentional practice bring you closer to your spiritual core and help you experience ...
  • Steve Bollinger 1938 – 2021 February 10, 2021
    We are saddened to announce the passing of our former member Steve Bollinger. Steve attended UUCJ for many years and taught psychology at Jackson State University. He was a faithful member and elder of our church, who served on the Board, and was a weekly attendee of Service and Forums. His critical thought, passion, and ...
  • Request to Refrain from Counter-Protesting January 19, 2021
    Given the horrific violence in our nation’s capital last week, there is a real concern this violence might continue–not only in Washington, DC–but also in each state capital. The Unitarian Universalist Church of Jackson has a long history of taking direct action to promote social justice; however, the leadership of UUCJ has joined with the UUA ...