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.
Director of Music Position
The MVUUF Personnel Committee is excited to announce the opening of the MVUUF Director of Music position.
Interested parties may see the qualifications, duties, and application process here.
April 17 - Multigenerational Earth Day Celebration
Rev. Greg Martin and Shannon Harper, DREThe climate is changing, and we are, too, as we seek to be better citizens of planet Earth. Rev. Greg Martin and DRE Shannon Harper lead us in this annual spring celebration.
April 24 - One
Rev. Greg MartinOne begins a series on the intersection of Unitarian Universalism and Islam. Early Unitarians in Europe shared a destiny with the Muslims of the Ottoman Empire and both proclaimed a common confession, "God is One." Rev. Greg Martin will explore this history and how it can shape our relationship with Muslims today.
May 1 - The Importance of Relationships, As Seen Through The Eyes of a Photographer
Ken Schory, MVUUF FriendThrough the months of May and June, we will be featuring in our sanctuary an exhibit of exquisite landscape photographs by Dayton-area industrial designer and commercial photographer, Ken Schory. During our service on May 1st, Ken will refer to these images in discussing the importance of developing Positive relationships with ourselves, others, and the Web of Life.
May 8 - Haji: Pilgrimage
Rev. Greg MartinThis will be our second exploration of Islam for Unitarian Universalists. All Muslims aspire to travel to Mecca for the Haji sometime in their lifetime. We'll explore this pilgrimage as a metaphor for the spiritual transits of our lives. Emilio Estevez's film, The Way, will also help us frame the journey.
May 15 - Intergenerational Flower Communion
Rev. Greg Martin and DRE Shannon HarperEveryone is encouraged to bring a flower this morning to share in the service. This long-time UU tradition comes to life for all ages once again. We'll also be receiving new members in our Fellowship this day.
May 22 - Ramadan: Fasting
Rev. Greg MartinFasting is another pillar of Islam that can speak to Unitarian Universalists. Rev. Greg Martin explores the Muslim month of fasting and helps us consider ways that fasting can be a spiritual practice that brings clarity and renewal in our lives.