A supportive path onward a better you and a better world
A liberal community of faith, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Door County welcomes diverse beliefs; invites spiritual growth and intellectual inquiry; and pursues equality and justice for all. Join us for thought-provoking Sunday services at 10am year-round, with religious education and childcare offered most Sundays. A lay-led congregation of 100+ members, we are happily celebrating our 20th anniversary in 2016. Visit our website for a complete schedule of Sunday Speakers and information about Movies That Matter, the UU Gallery, Dickinson Poetry Series, and more.
In this fractured world, Unitarian Universalism seeks to reconnect: bringing meaning, community, and spirituality to our lives. Embracing teachings across a wide range of Eastern and Western religions and philosophies, we recognize that belies are amplified by action. We have a moral responsibility of active, tangible expressions of love, justice, and peace.
As Unitarian Universalists, we affirm and promote these Seven Principles, the backbone of our religious community:
-Each person is important.
-Be kind in all you do.
-We are free to learn together.
-We search for what is true.
-All people need a voice.
-Build a fair and peaceful world.
-We care for the earth.
10341 Water Street (Hwy 42) Ephraim, WI 54211
P.O. Box 859 Sister Bay, WI 54234