Rev. Cathy Harrington

The Rev. Cathy Harrington was ordained to the Unitarian Universalist ministry in 2004 after receiving a Master of Divinity degree from Starr King School for the Ministry, affiliated with the Graduate Theological Union. Cathy later earned a Doctor of Divinity degree from Meadville Lombard Theological School, affiliated with the University of Chicago in 2012.

Decades of working with people, raising children, co-founding a UU congregation in Seward, Alaska, and a lot of life, provided a wealth of experience to bring to her ministry.

Cathy served the People’s Church in Ludington, Michigan for 8 years and recently worked with victim family members as a Victim Outreach Specialist in capital murder cases. Cathy began serving UUCC in August 2014.

Real Stories Take Time

“We need stories more than we need food. It is how we make meaning of our lives. Making time to hear and tell stories is critical to our survival.”

Rachel Naomi Remen

Begin Again in Love

As we enter into the new year, it is helpful to take time to reflect on the past year and release those things that are not life-giving to clear the way for a better path.

Stories of Christmas

Holiday stories for ALL AGES followed by a Christmas Eve Hot Biscuit Bar with delectable toppings, fresh fruit and juices and coffee.