Unitarian Universalist Community Church of Hendricks County
Constancy of Purpose
We are a growing community that embraces freedom of thought, where people come together to encourage each other to spiritual growth that makes for peace, ethical living and community service.
Love: Love is the spirit of this church. We celebrate each other’s joys, help one another through challenging times, and practice compassion in all human relations.
Respect: We honor the inherent worth and dignity of everyone by respecting one’s right to be oneself.
Diversity of Belief: We affirm the right to a free and responsible search for truth and meaning. We encourage the loving expression of the truths we find.
Community Service: We work toward social justice in our communities and around the world. We encourage each other’s individual efforts as well as providing opportunities to serve together.
Environmental Responsibility: We are part of the interdependent web of all existence; therefore we are stewards of the earth.
We covenant to affirm and promote the Seven Principles of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA).
We are recognized as a positive religious, cultural, and social justice forum in Hendricks County and surrounding communities, setting an example of ethical living, community service, and environmental responsibility.
We are a Welcoming Congregation. Our membership includes people of diverse cultures, races, sexual and gender identities, and religious expression.
We are committed to Lifespan Religious Exploration that focuses on religious, cultural, and social diversity and leads to spiritual growth.
We employ a full time minister and RE Director as well as administrative support and custodial services. We are a congregation of more than 150 members.
We provide diverse and inspiring worship services that are both minister and lay led.
We are in a central Hendricks County facility that accommodates our growth and welcomes newcomers. We have an accessible green sanctuary. We have adequate meeting, office, and classroom space. Our church will have room for outdoor activities, events, and gardening.
We are recognized as an active participant in the Heartland District and the UUA.
We provide a venue for cultural and educational events that are well attended by the larger community.
UUCC Board Approved — July 8, 2010