• 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 with our Director of Religious Education.
    Following the service, there is social time with coffee and snacks. At 11:20 we have religious education for all ages.
    On Wednesday, we hold vespers at 6:00 p.m. This is a brief service of quiet reflection, prayer and meditation. Afterwards, we join for an informal supper. All are welcome.

  • June service topics

    The worship theme for June is PEACE.
    June 7: Non-Violent Communication
    Rev. Lynn Hopkins
    Words can wound for a lifetime, and have built bridges to unimagined possibility.

    June 14: Non-Violent Action
    Rev. Lynn Hopkins
    Some think of nonviolence as passive. In fact, it is a more active and more effective form of resistance than any weapon.

    June 21: Juneteenth
    Rev. Lynn Hopkins
    June 19, 1865: this date holds countless lessons of victory and loss, suffering and healing, progress and regression.

    June 28: Walkabout
    Rev. Maureene Bass
    (NO ASL interpreter this week)

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. You can reach us at (334)279-9517 or info@uumontgomery.org. ___________________________________________________________________________________

Our Mission:

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

  • Social Justice
  • Intentional Diversity
  • Spiritual Growth
  • Logic and Reason

Our Covenant:
     We the members and friends of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Montgomery promise 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