Whatever your situation, walk of life, religion, sexual orientation, or gender, we are honored to walk beside you in this meaningful journey and hope to assist you with this observance of life and love.
People are often drawn to Unitarian Universalist congregations for rites of passage for a number of reasons. Perhaps you are not actively religious, but seek a more meaningful ceremony than a civil one.
You may be searching for a service than recognizes and respects different religious traditions. You need not be a member of the Fellowship to request these services, although you may want to attend a service or otherwise familiarize yourself with our history and traditions.
Our minister, Rev. Connie Grant, will meet with you to design a ceremony unique to your wishes. She can share with you a wide range of options for your ceremony. Our Fellowship also welcomes leaders from other faiths to attend and assist with the ceremony. Rev. Grant can also answer your questions about building use fees and rules, as well as the fees for her services either at the Fellowship or at a site of your choice.