We welcome you to the corner of Wade Avenue and Dixie Trail. While we are not currently renting the rooms or grounds (see our COVID-19 response here), you are welcome to find a quiet space in nature to pray alone or with your pet in one of the outdoor rooms on the grounds. Please check in at the office if the staff are present so they are not startled when they come across you.
In order to care for the earth and one another, we ask everyone (members, guests, and renters) to:
1. Recycle all recyclables in the provided containers.
2. Unlock the doors, rather than propping them open. (Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for instructions; the unlocking process is not intuitively obvious.)
3. Reset the thermostat to the program, turn off the lights, and lock the doors before leaving every time.
4. Do not use any styrofoam products at CUCC.
5. Honor the nut-free zone policy.
6. Keep CUCC’s buildings smoke-free.
7. Reserve the handicapped parking spaces for those who really need them.
Notice something that needs repair or seems unsafe? Contact email@example.com.
Renting a room
Instructions on how to reserve a room at Community UCC on a one-time or recurring basis are available in the church’s Building Use Policy. Contact the office if you have questions about the policy or to rent a room.
Getting married at CUCC
If you would like to inquire about using the church for a wedding, please contact the office to schedule an appointment.
A quiet place in nature for reflection
We are fortunate to have a variety of outdoor rooms where you can get away for peace and quiet. The small amphitheater, the Peace Pole courtyard, the nook by the Dixie Trail parking lot, and the Memorial Meditation Garden all have benches. You are welcome to stop by during daylight hours; please check in with the office so our staff aren’t startled when they run into you. If you need to clean up after yourself or your dog, there are trash cans within the white fence by the Dixie Trail parking lot.
Memorial Meditation Garden
The Memorial Meditation Garden is a resting place for the scattered cremains of people associated with the congregation.