Our History

Early Columbine UU Church

Gaiser Family

Founding what became Columbine Unitarian Universalist Church (CUUC) was initially an idea of Denver’s First Universalist Church. To commemorate their 100th birthday in 1991, they decided they wanted to make Unitarian Universalism more accessible in the southwest metro area. They formed a committee with two other area UU churches, Jefferson Unitarian Church and First Unitarian Church, and in 1992 the new church became a reality. CUUC began with about a dozen people, meeting every other Sunday evening in a YMCA building at Coal Mine Avenue and Webster Street in Jefferson County. In addition to Sunday worship we also started providing religious education for both children and adults. Read More

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