• Sunday Services

    Sunday services begin at 10:00 a.m., with ASL interpreter unless otherwise noted.
    Children are always welcome in our services. We have a nursery for children birth to 3 years who would prefer to play. After our Story for All Ages, children and youth are invited to community time except for intergenerational services.
    Following the service, there is social time with coffee and snacks. At 11:20 we have religious education for all ages.
    First Wednesday Forum at 6:00 pm, on the first Wednesday of each month, features a local speaker on a topic of broad community interest.

  • Our Mission Statement

    The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Montgomery is a welcoming community committed to nurturing the human spirit.

    We value:
    • - Spiritual Growth
    • - Intentional Diversity
    • - Social Justice
    • - Logic and Reason

  • Our Covenant

    ... to serve our community with open minds, willing hearts, and helping hands as we:
    - Respect one another, honoring that our perceptions may differ;
    - Value our differences, working to better understand them in conflict;
    - Give joyfully of ourselves, being in harmony with our capabilities; and
    - Embrace our connections with each other, nature, the global community, and the great mystery of life.

UU FellowshipWelcome to UUFM!

Our fellowship is open to all who seek a religious home without creed or dogma and guided by love, reason and conscience.

We are located at 2810 Atlanta Highway in Montgomery, Alabama 36109. You can reach us at (334)279-9517 or info@uumontgomery.org. __________________________________________________________________________________

December’s theme is the Seventh Principle of our Unitarian Universalist Association Covenant: Respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part.

In January, we will focus on self-care as the theme of our worship.

January 8: Self Care as Resistance

Second Hour:

What Moves Us: UU Theology

The Unitarians’ Approach to Existential Questions

January 15: Martin Luther King Birthday

Second Hour:

Germinating CORE Groups, with Liz Campbell and Lynn Hopkins

Poetry Series with Charlie Suhor: “Self Knowledge & Self Deception” by Ezra Bayda

Social Action Committee Presents with Beverly Shaffer

January 22: No More Turning Away

Second Hour:

Friends and Family Chapel 

TED Talk with Roger Burdette

What Moves Us: UU Theology with Mandy Goheen

 

Feb 1, First Wednesday Forum: Current Challenges in Separation of Church and State Sharon Sexton build on previous presentation with discussion of what is happening now — in courts and legislatures — that could impact our religious liberty.