If you’re somewhere on the path of deciding whether or not The Unitarian Church in Westport is a community where you can find a supportive environment in which you can truly belong, contribute, learn, and grow as your spiritual journey continues; a community where, for example, you can find connection through religious education, music, and social justice then our UU Orientation can be your next step.
If you would like general information about our community or more information about the Orientation please contact David Vita, Director of Social Justice and Membership,
or +1 (203) 227-7205 x14.
Any person 14 years of age or older may become a member of this Congregation by:
- participating in the Newcomer Orientation or making other arrangements with one of our ministers…and
- signing the membership book, thus demonstrating alignment with the purpose and program of the Congregation and a willingness to join with other members in supporting both the activities and the financial needs of the Congregation.
While membership is not required to participate in all aspects of Congregation life, attending events and classes and serving on non-elected committees, it is encouraged. Only members may vote on matters that come before the congregation and only members may chair committees.
CLICK HERE for the Membership Committee’s charter.