We give to the work of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Ogden Congregation.
We are this church. We are its hands, its heart, its voice.
Together we share the wealth of this community, and sustain it with our gifts.

UUCO’s operating budget supports our proposed mission to be a “community of hope for religious explorers who wish to transform our world into a more just, compassionate and sustainable place. We embrace diversity and provide opportunities for creativity, spiritual growth, and celebration of life.”

Our full-time Minister, our Music Director and our Office Administrator, are engaged in making a difference through providing inspiring and uplifting worship services and religious education for all ages that grapples with the “big questions” of how we want to be in the world. Through outreach in the community, our Minister and engaged members of our congregation spread the influence of our community in the Ogden area and throughout the State in areas that are important to us such as environmental justice, marriage equality, racial equality, and fairness in housing and employment. Our entire operating budget comes from the donations of our Members and Friends. Although one-time donations of any kind are always welcome, the reliability of monthly pledging allows UUCO to plan our spending for the fiscal year with confidence.

How to Pledge

Step 1: Your first step is to get a copy of the Pledge Card. There are copies in the Church office.

Step 2: The second step is to complete the Pledge Card. In the process you’ll need to decide if you want the donations automatically withdrawn from your account at regular intervals. If so, you will need the Direct Deposit information. This is an option available for your convenience. You will also be asked to indicate how often you’d like to contribute: weekly, monthly, bi-monthly, quarterly, semi-annually or annually. The automatic Direct Deposits can be monthly or bi-monthly.

Step 3: The third step is to turn in the Pledge Card. It can be turned in at the church office or given to the Treasurer, the Minister or to any member of the Finance Committee. For more information, or if you have questions, contact the UUCO Treasurer, Dan Arnow, dan_arnow@msn.com.

Thank you for your generosity and for helping UUCO make an impact in people’s lives and in the wider community!