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CUCC is a welcoming community of spiritual seekers, with an ever-evolving progressive view of the Holy, that is actively engaged in building a world with justice for all creation and part of how we do live this out is an ongoing commitment to showing up. We show up one another, for ourselves, for the earth and for a world with more justice and love. We have opportunities to connect for fun and for spiritual growth and as well as opportunities to volunteer that are both longer term higher commitments as well as chances to show up once and share your time. Read on to find where you can connect or check out our calendar.


Filling Socks for the Unhoused-December 7th 5-6:30 p.m. @CUCC


Please join CCC for our annual filling of 100 pairs of socks with many needed personal and food items, for distribution to Boulder’s unhoused by Bridge House. With holiday music and treats for all it is a fun gathering as well as a much-appreciated service. All ages are welcome.
Donations needed for the socks! Many of the items are purchased but we are also collecting:

  • Toiletries

  • Soft snack bars

  • Holiday candy treats.

Please drop off your donations in the labeled bin in the Fellowship Hall any time before December 7th.


Ancient Christian Wisdom

All are welcome to gather in person on the first Tuesday of the month from 6:30-8 p.m. to find wisdom in our ancient sacred text. Currently we are reading the Book of Romans. No need to RSVP. 


Join us on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7:30 for Breathing Space, which is a time to deepen your contemplative practice.  Our 20 minutes together on Zoom includes short readings, meditation/silence and fellowship at the end for those who are interested. Come as you are! 


Our choir sings once a month in the summer and then in the seasons of Advent and Christmas and Lent and Easter. We welcome singers of all levels. Contact our Music Director to learn more.


After a massacre at our local grocery store in March of 2021 we took action beyond thoughts and prayers and held one of the first gun buyback events hosted by a faith community where we received unwanted firearms and chopped them up, turning them into tools and jewelry in the spirit of Isaiah 2:4 “God shall judge between the nations, and shall decide for many peoples; and they shall beat their swords into ploughshares, and spears into pruning hooks; nation shall not lift up sword against nation; neither shall they learn war anymore.” Learn more by reaching out to the social action team!


Our congregation is committed to healing the earth and mitigating climate change. We have solar panels, a commitment to compostable products and a garden that produces food for Community Food Share. Show up at our donation garden to volunteer every Wednesday morning from 8-10 a.m.  To get involved, reach out to the office!


We gather regularly to do good in the world! From planting seeds with Boulder County Open Space to helping restore CalWood or building a home with Flatirons Habitat for Humanity, we are a group of do-ers. To join us, contact the office!


The CUCC Book selects books of all kinds to read and then discuss. Reach out to the office to find out when the next meeting is!


Do you need a meal after surgery or a ride to worship?  We are actively a part of caring for one another and one of the tools we use is Lotsa Helping Hands, a website to support one another. If you would like to join our Lotsa Helping Hands community to help out when needed, visit our page at LotsaHelpingHands


You can also request a visit from our Pastors and our Caring Ministry Committee here


Make a prayer request to be shared during worship here


As part of our commitment to a just world for all, we are actively engaged in the lifelong work of dismantling racism and our participation in white supremacy. We meet regularly and have taken actions beyond reading books, like hosting a forum on racial justice for Boulder City Council candidates and hosting a screening of This is (Not) Who We Are. To connect with this group click here.


 Every Friday from 7-9 a.m. or so, men of all different backgrounds and beliefs gather to eat bagels and connect around a variety of topics. The group gathers in the CUCC Fellowship Hall. There is no need to RSVP. For more information, email the office. 


If you are in your 20’s or 30’s, join us for our newly forming group of Young Adults at CUCC! Our first fellowship event will occur in October. Be in touch if you like to receive more information about this and other events for young adults by contacting the office


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