This Sunday, we will hear from Nana’ Kratochvil, retired UU Minister, whose UU journey included time with UUJXN.
Nana’ Kratochvil was born and grew up in southern Illinois. She attended the University of Illinois and graduated from Columbus College in Georgia. She is also a graduate … read more.
UUCJ is a welcoming friendly community that inspires, supports, and connects people!
UUCJ has been home base for me for many years now. I’ve been able to provide leadership through many positions in the church. There are so many opportunities for personal and spiritual growth here. It has been a blessing to be part of this faith community. I look forward to many more years with this exciting group of folks.
L. Patricia Ice
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.
- Mary Margaret Morrison Bollinger 1947-2022 January 16, 2022We are saddened to announce the passing of our former member Mary Margaret Morrison Bollinger. Mary Margaret was a faithful member and elder of our church, who served and loved our community. She was a weekly attendee of Service and Forums sharing her compassion, joy, and laughter. While at UUCJ, Mary Margaret met and married ...
- Make Your Time-Talent-Treasure Pledge for 2022 November 24, 2021We are looking forward to a brighter year in 2022! The year is filled with possibilities as we focus on: Resuming in person worship services and meetings Widening the circle to be more inclusive and welcoming Improving our facilities and engaging our community The year will definitely mark a new beginning for our congregation both within our walls and ...
- Joe Clayton 1938 – 2021 November 22, 2021We are saddened to announce the passing of long-time member Joe Clayton. Joe attended UUCJ since moving to Mississippi in 1976 to where he worked managing Mississippi’s six national forests. He was a faithful member and elder of our church, who over the years served in multiple positions on the Board, the conflict resolving CALM ...