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Prairie Circle Unitarian Universalist Congregation is a small, caring community. New visitors and friends are always welcome to participate in our programs and attend all activities. Becoming a "friend" of PCUUC is a way of taking your time to find out if this community is a good fit for you.


If, along your journey, you find that PCUUC has become a spiritual home to you, you may decide it's time to become an official member. Membership means you share in the mission of the church.

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Membership Requirements

First Time Membership

Membership is available to any person 18 and over:​

  • Attend the UU 101 course

  • Attend a Pathways to Membership workshop

  • Learn the purposes and principles of Unitarian Universalism, and agree to participate in congregational activities as well as volunteer to help fulfill the church's needs

  • Sign the membership book

  • Reaffirm membership annually by making a pledge of financial support and a financial contribution of record.

Benefits of Membership

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  • Join a spiritual community

  • Make friends and connections

  • Help shape the direction of PCUUC

  • Become a voting member

Our UU 101 Series

Group Discussion

​UU 101 is a 2-course series hybrid course -one session online and self-paced and one in person class. The two courses present the fundamentals of the Unitarian Universalist faith. Offered after services on Sundays in the nearby Charter School. Strongly recommended for prospective members.

Pathways to Membership

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Pathways to Membership is a one-time course for prospective members, and is a requirement of membership. Offered two times per year, this course follows shortly after a UU 101 series.

Questions? Email the membership Team

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