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We welcome you into our community of caring, learning, spiritual exploration, and action for the greater good.

Lake Country Unitarian Universalist Church invites you to share in Sunday morning services and religious education. Services begin at 10 a.m. and take place every Sunday from September through mid-June. In July and August, we offer two services a month.

Community is an essential part of our religious experience. We invite you to visit our Church Calendar for upcoming topics and special events.

LCUUC is a Welcoming Congregation, meaning that the congregation believes in being inclusive of bisexual, gay, lesbian, and/or transgender people. 
We are located at W299 N5595 Grace Drive in Hartland. Click here for a map and directions.

When you step in the door, you will be met by greeters, who will be glad to help make your visit comfortable and enjoyable. More information about us is available in the entry area of the church. We also invite you to visit with us during the social hour after every service.

We are glad you are here!

Get to know us. We hope to get to know you.

Things You Might Want to Know

Dress at our church is informal. Visitors will feel comfortable in business casual to contemporary social attire.

Childcare is available during the service for those with infants and young children. Religious education is provided for older children during the latter portion of each service.

The building is disability accessible.

Ample parking is available.

For more details and answers to frequently asked questions, visit our LCUUC FAQ.

Who We Are and What We Do

Lake Country Unitarian Universalists...

Rejoice in Life
We honor and celebrate life in all its beauty and complexity. As we pass through life, we support one another with our caring presence.

Find the Sacred
We encourage open dialogue on questions of faith, life and spirituality. We affirm spiritual exploration, personal experience and reason as ways of finding truth. We call it a religious journey.

Seek Justice
We are committed to action, not complacency, because we recognize the inherent worth and dignity of all people. We know that to be truly religious we must work for social justice both at home and abroad.

With open minds and hearts, we are challenged as Unitarian Universalists to look at life through the eyes of others, to recognize barriers to equality and to listen to new ideas with respect, open minds and open hearts.

Our Members

We come from throughout the Lake Country area of Waukesha County and beyond, representing many communities. Our congregation consists of people of all ages, from the very young to the well-seasoned in life. We hold a mix of religious beliefs, a factor we consider one of our strengths.

Upcoming Events


10AM Sunday Programming


Mon, Tue, Thur & Fri 12:30 – 4:30 pm and Wed 8 am – 4 pm

(262) 369-1703

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

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