Come, come, whoever you are…

DSCN6293Are you seeking a liberal religious environment where you are accepted for who you are, rather than who others believe you should be?

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Wayne County is a home for children and adults seeking personal and spiritual growth in an open, family-friendly community.  Our mission is to be an inclusive community for spiritual exploration, dedicated to social and environmental justice.



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Upcoming Events

Sunday November 22 at 9:30 and 11 am

Bread Communion (Rev. Elaine Strawn)

Annually, we gather around a “table” of deep gratitude for the harvest and for all the gifts life gives us, often without our “earning” them. We also remember those who have little, and focus on how we can be agents of change. If you have a special fruit or finger food which makes you especially grateful, bring it to place on the table to share. We will begin with the regular order of service at 9:30 and at 11:00 with a time of fellowship and sharing following each service.

November 29 at 9:30 and 11 am

The World Parliament of Religions (Kelli Baxstrom)

What happens when the representatives of the world’s major religions sit down together? Since its founding in 1893 Chicago, when Unitarian minister Jenkin Lloyd Jones served as the Executive Secretary, the Parliament has been a gathering place for religious leaders focused on justice and peace. Kelli was in attendance in October and has much inspiration to share with us.

Other News

Alternative Gift Market- Sunday December 6

The UU Fellowship of Wayne County and 4 area churches host this opportunity to shop for a different kind of gift. Donations are made to projects that provide a helping hand to people throughout the world. Lunch and other gift items are available, with all proceeds helping others.

On Sunday December 6 from noon-2:30 at First Presbyterian Church in Wooster (corner of Bowman and Beall).