Worship is our shared Unitarian Universalist practice of exploring, connecting to, and creating the ways that our individual lives fit into a larger whole.
Not all UUs share the same beliefs or opinions—our religious tradition doesn’t expect or require consensus—but our shared worship forms a vessel for us to find meaning together. By devoting ourselves to a regular time of encountering and engaging that which is greater, wiser, and more compassionate than our individual selves, we create opportunities for transformation and meaning-making.
Browse WorshipWeb, a free and extensive online collection of readings, prayers and meditations for all occasions.
An original message of courage and compassion, delivered each Wednesday straight to your inbox and shared on Facebook.
Go deeper into spiritual community with a small, trusted circle. Download resources to start a group in your area or congregation.
Theme based ministry connects people of all ages in a common conversation across a congregation or community, exploring shared themes at the same time.