We are a community that invites you to awaken to love.

The Unitarian Universalist Society of Mill Creek is a liberal church community that supports spiritual growth through the exploration and discovery of the world within us and around us. We offer religious education for all ages as well as events and social justice opportunities for adults and families. Our worship services, accompanied by our choir or guest musicians, are inspiring and empowering. Childcare is available for babies and toddlers.

Visitors are always welcome at our services and invited to stay for refreshments and conversation following the service.

Upcoming Events


  • Join Us for the Annual Mill Creek Service Auction!

    Tickets on sale now! $15 in advance, $20 at the door “I assume you need something. Desperately.” from The Force Awakens Service Auction FAQ’s What...

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  • Realm Launch Guide

    Mill Creek has launched a new online community called Realm! Here’s all the info you need to navigate our community online with Realm. If you...

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  • April 21: What the Fire Gives Us

    Join us for worship Sunday, April 21st, 2019 at 10:30 am. This Sunday Rev. Greg continues our series about transformation, entitled Bread, and shares his...

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  • What’s Happening in RE at Mill Creek?

    Children’s Classes This Sunday (April 21), during the Religious Exploration hour, the Chalice Children and the Roots and Shoots Friends will join Jamie and Lauri...

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  • Need to get rid of unwanted shoes?  Here’s how!

    Peaches Girls Co-Op, a local all-inclusive organization designed to connect girls from age 8 to 18 with others in their school, community, across their state...

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  • April 14: Water

    Join us for worship Sunday, April 14, 2019 at 10:30 am. This Sunday Rev. Greg continues with our series about transformation, entitled Bread, and shares...

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  • Calling All Bakers of Bread

    You are invited to bring a loaf of your home-baked bread to Mill Creek on Sunday, April 21 (Easter Sunday). All bread styles are welcome — yeasted,...

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