Miami Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
  Nurturing the spirit, loving inclusively, healing our world...
Visit us at
8690 Yankee Street, Dayton,
Washington Township
(map and directions...)
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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.


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A Welcoming Congregation...

As a Welcoming Congregation, we actively welcome LGBTQ people as full participants in the life of the church.

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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.

Ministerial Search Committee: Where are we?

GREAT news! You can now meet our candidate, Rev. Gregory J. Martin...

The Congregational Packet is still available for anyone who wants to view it. All are welcome and encouraged to browse it at mvuuf.org/search.

One section of the packet is password protected. Access to that section will be granted only to selected ministers in search. MVUUF voting members have access to those documents, such as financial statements, through other means.

Everything you want to know about the Ministerial Search is here.

Service Auction 2015 : Flower Power - April 25

It's almost time for the biggest MVUUF party of the year--our annual Service Auction!

And this year's event will be especially "groovy."

Not only will we have our usual cornucopia of awesome offerings from our MVUUF family, from dinners to raffle baskets to home-baked pies to hand-crafted goods, we'll get to enjoy some true Flower Power!

   Click here to download the catalog!

Sunday Services - 11:00 a.m. (click sermon title for the description)

  • April 5 - EASTER SUNDAY - Ordinary Miracles
    Rev. Mary Moore
    For Christians, Easter is a time of miracles. Join us on this morning as we follow Unitarian Universalist tradition, and celebrate the miracles which are all around us every day in the rebirth and workings of the natural world.
  • April 12 - Singspiration (originally scheduled for March 15)
    Rev. Mary Moore and Jeanette Filbrun Eakins, Choir Director
    On this morning we'll be carrying out a task of this Interim Period and having some fun exploring together in words and song what are some of the favorite hymns of this congregation.

    Please send your own personal Top Ten Favorite Hymns to me at MVUUF or via email at memmoore@gmail.com by WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8. We'll compile a list of these to share - and we also just might be singing several of them on this Sunday!
  • April 19 - A Celebration of Earth Day Sunday and Culmination of Climate Justice Month
    Rev. Mary Moore, Gary Courts, Maureen O'Meara and MVUUF Environmentalists
  • April 26 - Out for Justice
    Rev. Mary Moore, Joe Law, and other MVUUF members
    Featuring a performance by the Dayton Gay Men's Chorus, today's service will celebrate the long-standing commitment of MVUUF and the UUA in support of LGBTQ rights. Come learn about our history and hear the DGMC fill the sanctuary with music. Social justice AND show tunes!
  • May 3 - On the Path to Oneness: Making Meaning Together
    Rev. Greg Martin
    Life comes at us fast! We can't always discern whether something is good or bad in the moment because we lack a larger perspective. As Unitarian Universalists who embrace life in all of its dimensions, we bring meaning to our situation and seek to shape our experiences for the greater good. Today, we begin the journey to commit ourselves to this new path together.
  • May 10 - The Direction of Your Dreams
    Rev. Greg Martin
    Today we "clasp the hands of those that go before us," - the Transcendentalists - figures like Margaret Fuller, Henry David Thoreau, and their common mentor, Ralph Waldo Emerson. Rev. Greg Martin invites us to consider these voices as we face the challenges and opportunities of being Unitarian Universalists for the 21st century. As we advance confidently in the direction of our dreams, we dance within "the larger circle of all creatures," as poet Wendell Berry notes, and reach for "the hands of those who come after us."

Miami Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship ~ 8690 Yankee Street, Dayton, OH 45458 ~ (937) 436-3628

This page updated 04-19-15