The goal of Concert Series Committee is the enhancement of congregational life at the Community Church through the presentation of high quality musical arts performances.
At the Community Church of Chapel Hill Unitarian Universalist you will find Buddhists and Jews, agnostics and Christians gathered to celebrate what bridges our differences: the power of love, the struggle for justice, and the belief that every person is precious — gay or straight, white or black, of whatever faith or nation.
Our church was founded in 1953 in a challenge to the racial segregation that prevailed in North Carolina, led by Reverend Charlie Jones. We helped found the first integrated preschool in the state. Ever since, our members have believed in a religion that widens the circle of freedom and compassion.
We welcome you, whatever your background and wherever you find yourself in your journey. "Spiritual but not religious?" "Searching but not sure?" "None of the above?" You may find a home here. Unitarian Universalists are united more by the questions they ask than by any single set of answers.
Children, youth, students and adults will find professionally-led study groups and classes, music from Brahms to boogie, and thoughtful sermons that touch the heart.
The core of Unitarian Universalism is our 7 principles:
We are people of all ages, people of many backgrounds, and people of many beliefs. We create spirituality and community beyond boundaries, working for more justice and more love in our own lives and in the world.
The Community Church of Chapel Hill, UU invites you to visit our web site for more information about our church community.