Come join us at MVUUF, where...
- You are supported in your personal search for truth and meaning
- You are welcome here, whoever you are
- You are invited to join with others to pursue peace and justice
At MVUUF, we are working on transforming ourselves, our community, and our world.
A Welcoming Congregation...
As a Welcoming Congregation, we actively welcome LGBTQ people as full participants in the life of the church.
We are committed to Standing on the Side of Love in our congregational life and our advocacy in the larger community.
Miami Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship is a member of the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations and the UUA's MidAmerica Region.
Speak your mind and share your heart...
Come one, come all to our Town Hall! The Ministerial Search Committee (MSC) invites you to attend our Town Hall Meeting on Sunday, November 2nd immediately following the worship service! The MSC will share data compiled from the Survey and Cottage Meetings. We hope to see you there!
Everything you want to know about the Ministerial Search is here.
Sunday Services - 11:00 a.m. (click sermon title for the description)
September 21 - Marching in the Face of Climate Change
Rev. Mary MooreIn keeping with our UU "Respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part," we'll focus on climate change, standing with the thousands of people who will be marching in New York to express their concern about climate change on this day.
Please bring a bell, chimes, gongs, or noise maker - cow bell, school bell, etc. - to ring as we will show our own concern about climate change by marching outside MVUUF for 350 seconds following the service.
September 28 - Service Trip To NOLA
Shannon Harper, Director of Religious Education and Erin Halpin, Tyler Clark, Max Santucci, Leo Santucci, Kevin Rawlins, and Bill RossIn July of 2014 we made congregational history when our Fellowship sent five youth and two adult advisors to New Orleans on our first ever Youth Service Trip. Hear how the experience impacted our teenagers as they bring a little of The Big Easy back to the Midwest. Social action, environmental justice, cultural diversity and some really great music is in store!
October 5 - We Forgive Ourselves and Each Other
Rev. Mary MooreJust after the Jewish High Holy Days, Rosh Hashanah, with Yom Kippur, we will explore together the idea of forgiveness on this Sunday.
October 12 - Unitarian Universalism Encounters Modernism/Postmodernism
Rev. Mary MooreThe attributes of Modernism and Postmodernism have an impact on culture, literature, art, etc. in the West. As we move into a Postmodern world, what influence might this have on our Unitarian Universalist tradition and within our own congregation?
October 19 - United Nations Sunday
Rev. Mary MooreFor decades, Unitarian Universalists annually have celebrated United Nations Sunday on a date in October near the anniversary of the founding of the UN. This year our celebration will focus on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, drafted by a committee chaired by Eleanor Roosevelt and adopted by the UN General Assembly in 1948. Come on this morning and learn more about the work of the UU United Nations Office as we join with many other UU congregations taking part in this celebration.
October 26 - Do UU Pray?: An Alternative Worship Experience
AWE CommitteeThe Alternative Worship Experience (AWE) will present a service on the different ways people express their beliefs through prayer.