Two years’ worth of 30th Anniversaries have begun for UUCM. This Sunday, with a little inside scoop from Anita Wald-Tuttle, we celebrate the anniversary of the very first service held by the fledgling group of local UUs in March 1994. A few of the folks who gathered that day are still here! Let’s glance both backward and forward together and lift up gratitude for those who have made UUCM possible.
Rev. Kevin Tarsa and others, with Cheryl Morris, Worship Associate
Saturday, March 9 @ 3:30pm:
Have questions? Want to share your enthusiasm? Confused about “something I heard in line at the market?” Tribal attorney and UUCM member Frank Lawrence will speak about the Nisenan Homeland Return campaign to purchase the Woolman at Sierra Friends Center property, and answer that one question you have but haven’t asked yet…
Circle Suppers are back for Spring 2024! We are currently looking for hosts – please sign up by March 10. If you would like to be a guest, check back on March 12!
In the coming weeks when driving Ridge Road near the high school and down the hill into Nevada City, you’ll notice signage that UUCM has “adopted” the road for litter cleanup! Once a month a mighty UUCM crew of 4-6 with litter collection sticks, brightly colored safety vests, and bags in hand will brave the […]
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Since 1994, the Unitarian Universalist Community of the Mountains has been home to progressive religion in Northern California. We gather in safe and compassionate community, seeking our varied spiritual truths. We affirm our interdependence, celebrate our differences, and seek to be a thoughtful and courageous voice for liberal religion. We invite you to explore this website to find out more about who we are and what we do, and whether this just might be a community for you.