Who can become a Member?

We openly extend an invitation to membership to those who share our affirmation of the Principles and Purposes of Unitarian Universalism and who support the goals and activities of our congregation.  We have no requirement for acceptance of a doctrine or creed.  We ask Members to affirm and promote the stated principles of Unitarian Universalism.

The specific requirements for membership as stated in our Bylaws are:

– Be 18 years of age or older

– Attend Newcomers Classes (waived for former members of a Unitarian Universalist congregation)

– Make an annual recordable financial contribution to BBUUC (waiver available)

– Contribute service within the church (as able)

– Sign the Membership Book

Why would I choose to become a Member?

Our active and diverse membership comes from many walks of life.  We may have different spiritual backgrounds and different reasons for joining, yet we all find common ground and enjoy the fellowship within our church community, and have a desire to support a liberal religious voice in our community at large.  We believe that each person has unique abilities to share with our congregation and offers support in their own unique way.

BBUUC is a member congregation of the Unitarian Universalist Southern Region and the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA).

BBUUC Members have a voice in our congregational affairs and a vote at our congregational meetings.  

Members have additional benefits as determined by BBUUC policies.

When can I become a Member?

You can become a Member after taking Newcomer Classes (unless waived for UU membership transfers).

How do I become a Member?

Take the Newcomers Classes (unless waived).  

Participate in the New Member Ceremony (optional).

Sign the BBUUC membership book.