UUCC is your church, your faith community, your spiritual family, your tribe. You need to become involved. There are lots of ways.
In March 2021, UUCC became a part of the Putnam County Clean Commission’s Adopt-A-Road program, committing to clean up litter along a 1-mile stretch of Highlands Park Blvd. at least three times per year. We achieved this goal for 2021 through three official cleanups, with … read more.
UUCC has partnered with the Cookeville Mutual Aid Collective on a project to provide support to individuals who are incarcerated at the Putnam County Jail. Our primary activities are pen pal correspondence (letter writing) and commissary donations (monetary support). Anyone is welcome to join in … read more.
As part of our social justice initiative, UUCC, along with Cookeville Mutual Aid Collective (CMAC), will meet on Sat., Dec. 4, at 1:00 p.m. at UUCC. The group is currently pen pals with several inmates at Putnam County Jail. While meeting Saturday, we will … read more.