We are grateful that you are considering our church as a spiritual home! Membership is the beginning of a life-changing journey, where you are invited to live more deeply, faithfully, and generously. If you are contemplating membership or hoping to become better connected with the congregation, our minister welcomes a conversation. 

Member Responsibilities

As we begin this journey together, members have certain responsibilities to the congregation and to one another.

Regularly attending worship

Commit to come each Sunday if possible. Weekly worship cements the bonds of community, and keeps our attention directed to our highest values, while nurturing our spirits.

Making financial contributions

Members make financial contributions based on a percentage of their income. This allows us to live out a core value of our faith: generosity. Members aim to pledge 5 to 10% of their annual income. An annual financial contribution on record with UUCiL is required in order to be a voting member.

Contributing time and talent

Congregations work because their members find ways to give of themselves, whether through singing, financial management, educating children, sharing their passion for social justice, organizing, cooking, greeting – the list of tasks goes on. In our experience, new members who participate in greeting, ushering, and making coffee find connections more quickly. We strongly recommend volunteering for one of these in your first month.

Our commitments to you

We have a responsibility to see that you are made welcome in a community that helps you find meaning and purpose in your life. Our church offers these privileges of membership:

Participation in church decisions

Participating in the decision-making process of the church through leadership and voting in church business meetings. 

Worship, growth, and action

The ability to take part in programs that deepen your faith, worship that uplifts your spirit, and social action that changes the world.

Pastoral care

The right to call on the minister for support, spiritual guidance, and ceremonies without a fee.

Use of Facilities

Free use of church facilities for rites of passage.

Access to UUA resources

Access to the publications, conferences and other resources of the national Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA).