Looking for a different kind of church?
Who We Are
We are Unitarian Universalists.
We are brave, curious, and compassionate thinkers and doers. We are diverse in faith, ethnicity, history and spirituality, but aligned in our desire to practice our faith and beliefs in tangible ways. We foster respectful communities hallmarked by action, love, and acceptance of all people.
We have radical roots and a history as self-motivated spiritual people: we think for ourselves and actively object to what we believe is wrong. We have a track record of standing on the side of people, love, justice, and peace. Our faith has always been motivated by a desire to contribute to the greater good.
We are a house without walls, a congregation without spiritual boundaries, and a movement toward a more action-oriented faith in yourself, your god(s), and your beliefs. Simply put, we are a guided path towards a better you and a better world.
Why It’s Important
Every day, people and families are inundated with information, overwhelmed by demands, and pulled by a culture that seeks to divide us from the web of life. Unitarian Universalism reconnects: bringing meaning, community, and spirituality to our lives. Here we invite you into deeper relationship with all that is, and all that you experience: life, death, beauty, sorrow, joy.
The world is hurting in many ways; people are hurting in many ways. Humanity needs thoughtful, pragmatic doers who can walk a path of compassion, justice, and interconnectedness. We affirm life—this life—and every day we strive to bless life with what we do.
How to Get Involved
Come. Bring passion and desire to see change. Be prepared to exercise your mind and
know we will guide you on your path to finding a better you and creating a better world.
Learn. Discover what it means to have a personal faith that is anchored by diversity and acceptance. See how we create opportunities for those wanting to do more. Our shared principles remind us all are worthy of dignity and respect. Unitarian Universalists gather to nurture our spirits and put our faith into action through social action.
Over the years, our sources of wisdom have expanded. Our sources include science and philosophy as well as other world religions and mystic movements.
Visit us to learn more about who we are, and access our online resources.
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Together we can do the most good.
You will find a refreshingly different kind of religion here at OUUF!
Come visit us this Sunday.