Author: Eric Thiel

Change for Change Recipient for January and February

The January/February Change for Change recipient is Mental Health America. MHA is a local agency whose goal is improving the mental health of community residents through advocacy, education, research and service. MHA also provides much needed services to people dealing with anxiety and depression caused … read more.

Newcomer’s Orientation Sunday November 1, 2020

• Are you new to our church and/or Unitarian Universalism?
• Have you been away awhile?
• Do you still have questions?
Please attend this class directly after
Service to learn about UUCTC and
Unitarian Universalism.
Please join us at:
If you have already … read more.

2021 Stewardship Campaign

Keep Our Flame Burning
2021 Stewardship Campaign

Thank you to all who joined us during our 2021 Stewardship Campaign Kickoff Weekend! We are grateful pledges are coming in for our 2021 annual budget, and as of Thursday, September 17th, we are 60% of our $220,000 pledge … read more.

Critical Race Theory Class

Critical Race Theory (CRT) is a paradigm within academic research that allows readers the ability to see and understand the experiences of minorities, particularly African Americans, in U.S. society and the struggles they continue to face today… CRT explores how race has been used by … read more.

May Congregational Meeting


At the May congregational meeting, we will elect new members of the board, nominating committee and endowment committee. There will also be some important updates about church finances, bylaw revisions, and the search for our next settled minister.

The May Congregational meeting is set for Sunday, … read more.

May the Circle Be Unbroken

The Pastoral Care Committee is an integral part of our congregation. Our mission is based on the first UU principle: to affirm the inherent worth and dignity of every person. Our goal is to provide a ministry of hope and caring so that no member … read more.

The New York Times 1619 Project Video

The UU Social Justice Committee and the Greater Lafayette Racial Reconciliation Group are sponsoring a video-“The New York Times 1619 Project” in two parts. Part I is on Sunday, March 29 at 3:30 in Room 101-103. Part II is also at 3:30 in Room 101-103 … read more.