Welcoming Congregation

The Unitarian Universalist Church of Brevard is a Welcoming Congregation!

At a special congregational meeting on Sunday, April 29, 2007 our members voted unanimously to apply to the Unitarian Universalist Association for designation as a Welcoming Congregation. Our vote came at the end of an eight month formal process that included worship services, forums, movie screenings, discussions and dialogue.

The UUA Office of Bisexual, Gay, Lesbian and Transgender Concerns received our application in early May and now recognizes UUCB as an official Welcoming Congregation.
Sadly, homophobia and heterosexism are alive and well throughout both our local community and our nation. UUCB is committed to exploring our own feelings, concerns and ignorance as we work to eliminate oppression. The journey may at times be difficult but it is surely worth the effort.

2 Responses to Welcoming Congregation

  1. colleen says:

    Hello, my name is Colleen and I have always thought of myself as a person who believed that there is someone(some people) out there, but never thought it was God. I’m still not really sure what I believe, but I feel a need to find a faith that doesn’t make me uncomfortable and accepts my beliefs. I recently lost my father and I have been having a difficult time coping, I was hoping/wondering if I could set up an appointment to meet with someone and see if my needs would be met with your church..

    Thank you

    • uucb32904 says:

      Hello Colleen,

      Perhaps you could come to church on a Sunday and meet our ministers. Ann will be preaching on Nov. 13th, and Gregory on Nov. 20th and 27th. The service is at 11, and directions are on the web site. If you would like to speak with Gregory about an appointment, his phone number is 772-486-4029, He is at the church on Thursday afternoons for appointments, and at 10 am on the Sundays he is preaching (1st and 3rd Sundays).