We are the Namaqua Unitarian Universalist Congregation (NUUC) of Loveland, Colorado — a church of open minds, helping hands, loving hearts, gutsy creativity and feet that walk our talk
NUUC Vision: Our vision is to radiate love, peace and justice.
Our Mission: The Namaqua Unitarian Universalist Congregation fosters a beloved community that celebrates diversity, strives for peace and justice, acts mindfully for the good of the planet, and inspires spiritual growth through a free and loving search for truth and meaning.
We are Unitarian Universalist, Humanist, Christian, Pagan, Agnostic, Atheist, Buddhist, Jewish, Muslim, believers in God and more. We welcome all people who honor the seven UU Principles (listed on our Unitarian Universalist page )regardless of age, income, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religious beliefs or lack thereof.
We have been a religious voice in Loveland since 2000 and we welcome your search for personal spirituality.
WE DO NOT HAVE TO THINK ALIKE TO LOVE ALIKE AND TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN OUR WORLD.
Come join this community of fellow searchers on Sunday mornings at 10:00 a.m. at our church at 745 E 5th Street, on the corner of Pierce and E 5th Streets (just north of the Chilson Recreation Center)
Topics of Sunday Services for March 2017:
March 5: Love, Laughter, and Risk
This month’s theme is risk, and this Sunday’s service is about the destructive aspects of our society’s perfectionism – and how learning to laugh at ourselves and others can help us forgive imperfections, thereby giving us all more confidence to risk entering lasting and loving relationships.” Join guest speaker Paul Gibb and Worship Associate Janet Gillette as they celebrate this theme.
March 12: Chasing Transformation
Often it seems like we are ever chasing various transformations – changes in our personal lives, changes in our congregations, and changes in our society. What’s useful to chase after, and what might not be worth it? And what do we need to be chasing? Guest speaker Michelle Collins and Worship Associate Angela Arvola will explore these questions and dreams together with all of us.
March 19: Dancing in the Void (What To Do When Life Is Blue)
Sometimes a blue haze descends over our eyes covering our perspective with its despair. No one is exempt from this experience. Its pale glow descends on us whenever it wishes. The question is what to do when life is blue? We will look at both that illusive thing called happiness and the energy draining blues during this service – and what to do to lift ourselves from the latter’s grip. As paradoxical as it might seem, there will be fun in this service despite the serious focus. Guest speaker Rev. Robert Latham and Worship Associate Andy Carlson will lead the service
March 26: Inspiration through Classical Music
Our own pianist, Andrea Van Nest, will be assisted by Worship Associate David Urion as she shares inspirational stories about famous musicians and composers, including some of their struggles and how she finds great inspiration in their talent and determination. Join us and be inspired!
A home for spiritual growth, free thought, and loving action
Reverend Laurel Anne Snyder Liefert
Reverend Laurel is on sabbatical until March 25th. Read the brochure to learn what this means for the congregation. The Sabbatical Brochure in a new tab