Central Aroostook Unitarian Universalists


Welcome to our Web site!

We are an outpost of Unitarian Universalist activity and thought, located in far northern Maine.

Formerly known as The Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Caribou, we now operate under the name Central Aroostook Unitarian Universalists. Our new name is emblematic of our initiative to expand our reach well beyond the Caribou area.

To this end, we're now meeting in the city of Presque Isle, ME rather than Caribou, ME. Our meetings take place on the third Wednesday of each month, at 6:00 PM.

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Our History

Our congregation has a long history in the Caribou area.

The first Universalist presence in Caribou was established in 1867. Then on January 21, 1895, the congregation was incorporated as the Universalist Parish.

Over the years the congregation ebbed and waned, and its official name underwent various permutations.

In 1960, the congregation (then known as the First Universalist Church of Caribou) voted to join the merger of the Unitarian and Universalist Churches to become part of the Unitarian Universalist Association. Due to its independent stance, however, it was not until 1982 that the congregation voted to change its name to The Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Caribou, thus blending the "Unitarian" and "Universalist" belief systems under its new moniker.

Join us!

We have services and other get-togethers throughout the year.

Please join us for thought-provoking, progressive services and conversation. We'd love to meet you.

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Central Aroostook Unitarian Universalists
PO Box 1001, Caribou, ME 04736
facebook: Central Aroostook Unitarian Universalists
CALL: 207-498-3206, TEXT: 207-768-1196

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  Starting September 21, 2016, we'll
meet at 6 pm the third Wednesday
of each month, downstairs in the
Presque Isle Congregational Church.
The address is 27 Church St., Presque
Isle, Maine.

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  The weakest faith is that which fears to doubt.

  — J. Frank Schulman