• Greetings from The Unitarian Church in Westport

“Love is the spirit of this church, and service its law.
This is our great covenant; to dwell together in peace,
to seek the truth in love, and to help one another.”

Unitarian Universalism is a “living tradition” that draws upon the wisdom of the world’s religions. If you asked one of our children what kind of person a Unitarian Universalist is she might tell you that a Unitarian Universalist is a person with an “open mind, helping hands, and loving heart”. An adult might tell you that we affirm, “freedom, reason and tolerance”.

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Directions & Services

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The Unitarian Church in Westport
10 Lyons Plains Road
Westport CT 06880

  • Services at 9:00 and 11:00, with nursery Child Care. Religious
  • Education for K-6th grade at 9:00; for K-12th grade at 11:00.
  • June through August, one service only at 10:00, with Child Care.
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The Unitarian Church in Westport is a diverse and welcoming religious community, free of creed and dogma, and open to people of all backgrounds and beliefs.

WE INSPIRE and support individual spiritual growth.

WE CONNECT through worship, music, learning, and caring ministries.

WE ACT in the service of peace and justice.

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U to U Tag Sale: August 8!

Gather your donations and drop them off starting mid-July.

pdfCLICK HERE to see the flyer for a list of desirables and to sign up to help.

Goal: $7,000. We can do this!

Come into the Realm…

If you get an invite to our new UUWestport online system – click on it. You’ll like what you see. Invites for RE groups and credit card donors are going out now, but we’re aiming for everyone eventually.

If you are dying to get into Realm and haven’t seen an invite, email emailButton Dorothy Adams - Director of Operations. 

Pastoral Care -

If you are going through a challenging time or know somebody in the congregation who needs support from our Pastoral Care Associates, call to leave a confidential message in the PCA voice mailbox con tel (203-227-7205 ext. 19) or send an emailButton email.

Celebrate a special person or event in your life!

Donate flowers for a Sunday service.

For more information about contributing flowers for a Sunday service,
contact emailButton Jan in the church office or call con tel (203) 227-7205 ex:10
or sign up today in the Flower Book.

The cost is $65 and we will take care of all the details.

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Sunday, July 5, 2015

  • Worship Service - Damascus Road - Lynda Bluestein - 10:00 am

Wednesday, July 8, 2015

  • Chant & Meditation, Meeting House at 7:00 pm

Friday, July 11, 2015

  • Pastoral Care Associates, Meeting House at 1:00 pm

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Sunday, July 5, 2015 - 10:00 AM

Damascus Road - Lynda Bluestein

This 5th of July service is about “Damascus Road” experiences - the day after some event where everything changes in a blinding flash bringing inspiration, motivation, courage, conviction, clarity and conversion. Scripture, movies, infomercials and testimonials are filled with them. Is transformation all it’s cracked up to be? (Lynda and Paul have been members of this church for 24 years and have collaborated on many summer services. Lynda does the preaching and Paul does the music with a lot of help from his friends.)

Worship Associate: Cheryl Dixon

Music: Paul Bluestein & Friends

Sunday, July 12, 2015 - 10:00 AM

Selma: A personal journey of remembrance, re-connection and re-commitment -  Randy Burnham

I went to the Selma Living Legacy Conference in homage to my college roommate, who died last year, only to discover new friends, old connections, and a re-dedication to being an ally in the work of racial and social equality. (Randy Burnham has been a member of TUCW for 19 years and served in many capacities, from usher to Board Chair to choir member. He has also served the UUA in a number of roles.)

Worship Associate: Martha Constable

Sunday, July 19, 2015 - 10:00 AM

Earth Based Spirituality (Our Sixth Source) - Cal Wacker

Cal Wacker, our Youth Program Director and a ministerial student at Meadville Lombard Theological School, was inspired to finish the sermon series Rev. Roberta started last year on the Six Sources of Our Faith. He will address the Sixth Source: Spiritual teachings of earth-centered traditions which celebrate the sacred circle of life and instruct us to live in harmony with the rhythms of nature. Be ready for an interactive service that will ask if you are ready to walk the wheel and pass through the four shields.

Worship Associate: Maria Mendoza Smith

Sunday, July 26, 2015 - 10:00 AM

Becoming Love on Legs - Gayatri Kamadhenu

Experience Satsang: a multifaith mixture of guided meditation, music and discourse. Release that which holds you back from blazing joy and authenticity, connect heart, mind and soul, and burst with love for self & others. (Gayatri Kamadhenu,is a talented singer-songwriter and a master healer and spiritual teacher with Shanti Mission, a modern day 'School for the Soul'. Using music, discourse and meditative practice, Gayatri coaxes our minds to release their limitations so we can soar into the truth of our soul's grace and be the peace we want to see in the world.)