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We welcome you into our community of caring, learning, spiritual exploration, and action for the greater good.  LCUUC is a Welcoming Congregation, meaning that the congregation believes in being inclusive of bisexual, gay, lesbian, and/or transgender people. 

Qi Gong / T'ai Chi Class PDF Print E-mail

 “Introduction to Qi Gong / T’ai Chi Class”

Wednesdays through March 25 from 6:30—7:30 p.m.

$10 each for session.  More information, click here.

UU Orientation PDF Print E-mail

Sunday, March 8 from 12 - 2:30 p.m.

Are you interested in learning more about Unitarian Universalism and Lake Country Unitarian Universalist Church?  Would like you to know more about LCUUC's history, governance, and programming; how to get involved or the value of being a member? 

New members, friends, and those thinking about joining the church are invited to this UU Orientation Class - It is a great way to learn about our church and to connect with others.  Reverend Amy Shaw and LCUUC members will lead a session which will include getting to know each other, sharing our ongoing spiritual journeys, and a brief history of Unitarian Universalism.

Lunch & refreshments will be served.  Child care is available, if requested in advance.  You will find a sign-up sheet at the long table in the foyer or may contact the church office.

Green Sanctuary Class PDF Print E-mail

Environmental Issues of Our Time Course

March 8 - NO SESSION

Sundays from noon to 1:30 p.m. through March 29

The primary goal is to increase knowledge and understanding of current environmental issues, which will enable us to make better informed choices (e.g., what we purchase, do on our property, how we vote) and act as better stewards of the Earth.  Increased knowledge and understanding of these issues will put participants in a better position to work toward environmental justice.

Instructor:  Elisabeth Harrahy, Associate Professor at University of Wisconsin- Whitewater.

Each session will include a PowerPoint presentation (lots of photos, brief video clips) that introduces the topic and focuses on environmental (and sometimes human health) impacts.  Open discussion time (with some guiding questions) will follow.  Optional homework may include brief papers to read and a documentary to watch (e.g., Gasland).

A donation to LCUUC of $5 per session is suggested and can be offered at the time of the class.  No need to register, just attend and give Elisabeth your donation.

For more information, click here.


Upcoming Services

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"Shake the Dust," by Erich Moraine (Rev. Shokan Mui)

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“Ostara and the Wheel of the Year”, Rev. Amy Shaw Without balance, a wheel will not turn for long. Light and dark follow one anothe [ ... ]

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“Annunciation Don’t Happen Around Here”, Rev. Amy Shaw In the Christian Bible the Annunciation, or announcement, of the pregn [ ... ]

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"Social Justice Sunday", Social Justice Committee

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Please schedule appointments to see either the minister or director of religious education.

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