Are you looking for a community in which to explore and deepen your spirituality? Whether you have been attending Unitarian Universalist or other religious services all your life, or you have never been in a church before, you will find you are welcome here at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Rock Valley. We are embracing of many beliefs, accepting of all races and national origins, welcoming of all genders and sexual orientations, and increasingly accessible to people of all abilities. We strive to change lives for the better – our own and each other’s, as well as in our community and world.

Location: We are located at 329 School Street in Rockton, west of town on Highway 75/Blackhawk Blvd. The building is an old brick school house, the former Stephen Mack School, and is set on a large wooded lot. Turn in at our sign on the corner of Highway 75 and School Street. Google Map

Services: Worship services start at 10:30 am. Plan to arrive 10 or 15 minutes early so you can make yourself a name tag and fill out a visitor card if you choose. An hour of fellowship time follows the service, with coffee, tea and treats provided.

Children and Youth: Our church is intergenerational, welcoming children and youth in our services. Activities are provided to help youth stay engaged with the worship service, and materials are available for younger children in the sanctuary. Additional materials and projects are available for children and youth during the fellowship time to support their faith formation.

Parking: A parking lot is located behind the church building. Additional parking is available on the east side of School Street.

Visitor Table: Stop by the Visitor Table in the entryway to make a nametag and fill out a visitor card, providing whatever information you would like us to know about you. We will gladly add you to our newsletter mailing list if you would like to stay informed about future services and activities. There are a variety of printed materials you can pick up to help you learn about our church as well as about Unitarian Universalism in general, so please help yourself. You are also welcome to any of the brochures in the entryway that are of interest. You are assured of a warm welcome – feel free to ask any questions you may have!