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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.


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 May 2017: 

May 7: Building A New Way Rev. Laurel Liefert and Worship Associate Brenda Christansen

This Sunday service is on “white supremacy,” meaning a set of institutional assumptions and practices, often operating unconsciously, that tend to benefit white people and exclude people of color. This call to action and worship comes from a growing network of UUs — religious educators, lay leaders, and those outside congregations ‐‐ led by UUs of color and white UUs working together.


May 14: For So The Children Come Rev. Laurel Liefert, Director of Religious Education Kathy Vaughn, and Worship Associate Brad Willenbrock

 We will have a Children and Youth Dedication ceremony in which the congregation will dedicate itself to the nurturing and support of our children and youth and their families.


May 21: Flower Communion Rev. Laurel Liefert, and Director of Religious Education Kathy Vaughn

Bring a flower and take home a different flower.


May 28: To Be or To Intend? That is the Question Worship Associates Angela Arvola and Doug Stewart

 Our theme of embodiment involves “being present,” “being alive in the moment,” and “experiencing now.” Yet along with being present, we also intend that the future will be better.  How do we attend to both?


 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