Berrien Unitarian Universalist Fellowship has been a liberal voice in Southwest Michigan for five decades. The Fellowship arose from the founders’ desire for a broad religious education for their children. Our commitment to providing children’s religious education remains strong today. Through the years BUUF has been both minister and lay led. We continually search for richer spiritual base in a vital and caring community.
Founded in 1959, BUUF has approximately 40 members. Regular services are held every Sunday during the school year. We hold informal services during the summer. Most of our services feature a circle discussion, or "circle talk" after the coffee and conversation. Child care for children too young for Religious Education classes is provided at every service. For more information, please feel welcome to e-mail one of the people on the CONTACTS page!
Services: Sunday, 10:30 am to noon, Children's Religious Education and Nursery Care: Sunday, 10:30 am to noon
Our Mission Statement:
To question, to love, to serve, to celebrate differences — together.
We, the members of the Berrien Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, covenant to provide a caring community that nurtures and respects the worth and dignity of each person, recognizes the interdependence of all living things, supports the individual in the search for spirituality and the exploration of the mysteries of life, and extends itself into the world in which we live.
Last Updated (Thursday, 29 December 2011 09:22)