Mailing Address: PO Box 435

Waterville, ME 04903-0435

(207) 873-4006

Universalist Unitarian Church of Waterville, Maine


69 Silver Street

Sunday 10 am Service via Zoom

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Please make your cookie, baked good, and soup selections by

8 pm (EST) on December 3rd.  

Order pick-up is December 11th, 9-11:30 am at the church (69 Silver Street).






(via Zoom)


Zoom link:


  • November 28, 10 am:  Reaping the Fruits of Migrant Labor - Caroline Gander

    Migrant labor has played a critical role in the agricultural history of the U.S. This service explores the spiritual significance of the injustices that migrant workers face.

  • December 5, 10 am:  We Are Brave - Sharing Our Stories to Heal the World - jo mosher 

    In these stressful, uncertain times, the thing we need most is connection to individuals--to anchor us in the sea of just how large our world can feel. Stories can help change hearts and minds about justice and equity, and stories can encourage folx to be brave and embrace their diversities as strengths, rather than hindrances. Join jo mosher (they/them), as they share their own story of bravery, healing and joy. As a transmasculine Person of Color from the South, they have quite an epic story to share. They hope it will inspire you, open your hearts to even more allyship for the oppressed, and leave with you just a little bit of new bravery within yourself.

  • December 12, 10 am:  Do You See the Girl with the Telescope?: A Consideration of Ambiguity - Jon Rogers

    Using a sermon from UU minister Rev. John Gibbons of First Parish Bedford in MA, we consider how ambiguity can be considered a UU value.

  • December 19, 10 am:  Why We Should Celebrate - Rev. Severn Towl (read by Rachel Marsh-Sachs)

  • Friday, December 24, 6 pm:  Memories of Christmas Eve - Rev. Carl Shesler 

    We will have festive carols and music, and Rev. Shesler and members of the congregation will share memories of Christmas Eve.

  • December 26, 10 am:  A Celebration of Small Acts of Kindness - Caroline Gander


Even though our services are online, we gratefully accept Offerings, which can be made by mailing a check to PO Box 435, Waterville, ME 04903-0435 or by using the "Donate" button found on this page.  (FYI, with the "Donate" button, 2.9% of your contribution goes to PayPal.)  Thank you!

Weekly Gatherings


  • Tuesday Discussion Group, 11 am - 1 pm on Zoom.  Topic for November 30: "TBA"  All are welcome!  FMI, contact Carolyn MacRae. Zoom link:


Meeting ID: 865 1109 2046  Passcode: 899386


  • Wednesday Arts & Crafts, 11 am - 1 pm on Zoom.  FMI, contact Kathy McKay.  Zoom link:


Or to join by phone (audio only), dial: 312-626-6799. For some set-ups you might need: Meeting ID: 894 2713 8856   Passcode: 696243


  • Thursday Men's Coffee Group meets at 10:00 am each Thursday via Zoom.  Contact Ray Winship with any questions.
  • Thursday Virtual Coffeehouse, 6:30 - 8:00 pm. FMI, see details below or contact Harry Vayo at  Zoom link:



  • Friday Women's Group, 11 am - 1 pm via Zoom.  FMI,  please contact Claire Prontnicki or Kit Alexander.  Zoom link:


Or to join by phone (audio only), dial: 312-626-6799. For some set-ups you might need: Meeting ID: 598 624 260   Passcode: 54321


UU (Zoom) Coffeehouse




6:30 - 8:00 pm



The UU Virtual Coffeehouse is back for its third season, Thursday evenings on Zoom from 6:30 to 8:00 pm.  Here is the link:


In our first two seasons we’ve had singing, instrumental music, poetry & short story reading. Performance is optional;  you can come just to listen & enjoy. All ages are welcome!


For more information contact Harry Vayo at .  Hope to see you there!

ESP Evening Sandwich Program


Tuesdays & Fridays 3 to 4 pm 


ESP is serving a limited menu from 3 to 4 pm on Tuesdays and Fridays.  Food service takes place outside to reduce contact during the pandemic.  We are serving a bagged meal of four sandwiches and whatever else we have to give.  All are welcome!


For alternative food sources please see:


- Waterville Area Soup Kitchen

- Waterville Food Bank

- Mid-Maine Homeless Shelter

Assistance through Mid-Maine Interfaith Council


The UU Church of Waterville does not currently provide direct financial assistance, but contributes to the Mid-Maine Interfaith Council.  To inquire about assistance with food, housing, etc., please email the Council's on-call minister at




- KVCAP (Kennebec Valley Community Action Program): 1-800-542-8227


- Mid-Maine Homeless Shelter:  207-872-8082, 19 Colby Street, Waterville



We are a welcoming and inclusive community of faith.  We are home to the spiritual-but-not-religious, to the religiously unaffiliated, to current and former members of other faith traditions, and to life-long UUs.  We believe in the divinity of the human spirit.


Our faith is rooted in The Seven UU Principles.


Please explore our site, and reach out to us if you have questions or would like more information.  We hope that you will find something meaningful, something to feed your spirit,  something that speaks to your heart and nourishes your soul.

Watch this video (1 min 45 sec) for a taste of Sunday mornings at the Waterville UU Church.

Zoom Sunday Services through January, 2022


On 10/13/21 the Board of Trustees unanimously approved the following recommendation:  After reviewing the CDC’s current COVID-19 metrics and projections, and in the interest of keeping members safe…the COVID-19 Advisory Group recommends that we not expect to meet for worship services in the church until February, 2022, at the earliest.


Click here for our most recent COVID-19 Advisory

Community Anti-Racism Rally - 6/1/2020

Over 200 people gathered on "The Point" on June 1, 2020 to protest racism in response to the murder of George Floyd while in police custody in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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