About Us

At our church you will find…

  • A Welcoming Congregation that will embrace you as you are.
  • Principles that bond us in worth and dignity, a search for truth, social justice, and connection with the web of Life.
  • Worship that meets your needs: traditional Sunday service, various gatherings, discussion groups and classes.
  • Groups you can join to learn and discuss, meet people and have fun, to serve the church, and serve the world through outreach.
  • Accessible parking spaces in our lot in the back of the building, more parking in the school parking lot next to ours, on-street space, and for those who are able to walk further distances, the Eugene Hearing and Speech Center parking lot accessible from 12th Avenue, north of our building.

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Our Mission

Empowered by love, we transform ourselves and serve our world.

UUCE Covenant of Right Relations

“We covenant to build a religious community guided by respect and sustained by our principles. We will listen appreciatively, speak with care, express gratitude, honor our differences, and assume good intentions. We will communicate directly, honestly and compassionately – particularly when we are in conflict. When we hurt one another we will ask for forgiveness and make amends, and when we are hurt we will try to forgive and reconnect in a spirit of right relationship. In celebration of the common mission that unites us, we will abide by this covenant.”

History of UUCE

We are a strong community of spiritual seekers, ethical humanists, and believers in social justice. Our members identify with and draw inspiration from Christianity, Humanism, Paganism, Judaism and other religious and philosophical traditions.

We were chartered as Unitarian in 1909. Even further back, we were present as Universalists in Eugene between the 1850’s and 1896. Members began meeting in local homes and hotels, but, as the church flourished, we moved from various buildings and then finally settled at Donald and 40th which was our church home until 2011. Growing beyond our space, we spent over 600 days remodeling our building at 13th and Chambers, doing the majority of work ourselves. We even won awards for demolishing, recycling, and building with “green” in mind.

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