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Unitarian Universalism is an historic liberal religious tradition dedicated to honoring the sacred in every soul while building the beloved community on earth. In an us vs. them world, we affirm the unity of humanity and the interconnections of all life. Unlike many religious traditions, we have no creed, but value the wisdom inherent in all the worlds traditions. We seek to be a third way, not fundamentalism nor consumerism, but an open and meaningful spiritual community committed to making the world a better place. We welcome all who aspire to such values.
Please feel free to enjoy our website and visit us on Sunday morning.
November 28, 2010 at 9:15 & 11:15 a.m.
Many know the biblical story told of Jesus of Nazareth instructing his disciples to feed the gathered multitudes of followers with a few loaves of bread and a couple of fish. But, is this really a story about bread or fish? about feeding the hungry? about magic? about being out of touch with realities? about deciding who gets to eat and who does not? Or is the story's message really quite simple? Well, the answer is ... yes?
Guest Worship Leader: Craig Anthony Rubano
Covenant Circles are groups of 7 to 10 people who meet monthly for an opening reading, personal check-in, topic discussion, check-out and closing reading. The topic each month is the same for all cir... + Read More
A Course in Miracles
The title "A Course in Miracles" almost immediately raises the question in most people's minds, what type of miracle does the Course mean? Rather than the miraculous events depicted in the Bible, the... + Read More
Covenant of UU Pagans (CUUPS)
The Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans CUUPS is an organization chartered by the UUA in 1987 to practice and share Earth-centered traditions within the larger denomination. An important... + Read More
Gentle Yoga Class
Yoga comes from the Sanskrit word "yuj" meaning "to meditate deeply." Yoga is meditation through motion. It is physically energizing and mentally restorative. The class is an Iyengar-sty... + Read More
Great Books Reading Circle Second Sunday of the month Sept - May at 1 pm in Room 7 Come and discuss thought provoking literature. We meet the 2nd Sunday of the month a... + Read More
The Mens club meets the second Tuesday of each month October through May at 11:30 am for wine, beer and snacks, followed by lunch and discussion on group selected topics of interest. All men are welc... + Read More
The Women's Alliance is a long standing group at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Princeton. We welcome all women and men of the congregation to join us at our monthly 3rd Thursday (Sept - J... + Read More
Craft Holiday Party
Come One and All to the UU Congregation of Princeton's 2010 Holiday Party Saturday, December 11th 4:00 to 7:00 PM Music, Crafts, Tree Trimming Come make ornaments for our UU tree while... + Read More