What We Believe

We are people of all ages, many backgrounds, and many beliefs. We are brave, curious and compassionate thinkers and doers. We create spirituality and community beyond boundaries, working for more justice and more love in our own lives and in the world.

Our Services

We are currently a lay-led church. On Sunday mornings we invite UUA ministers, other religious professionals, and leaders from community organizations working for social justice, as well as our own members to be voices of hope, courage, and spiritual or intellectual transformation from our pulpit. We provide opportunities for fellowship and spiritual development for people of all ages, from children to adults.  

What to Expect

Whether you're a lifelong UU, a seeker from another religious tradition, or claim no religion at all, we want to welcome you to our weekly services and an opportunity to grow spiritually and join a community that works for social justice

We want you to feel comfortable and welcome here. Our Sunday service begins at 10:30am. Street parking is available. You can also arrive by the St. Charles streetcar. By bus, the RTA #9 (Broad - Napoleon) and the #27 (Louisiana) both stop just five blocks from our doors.

What to Wear

First-time visitors often wonder what to wear when they visit our congregation. At our regular Sunday services, you’ll see people in a wide range of clothing choices, from “Sunday best” to casual attire; please wear what helps you feel most comfortable.

Children and Youth

Your children are welcome to stay with you in the sanctuary through the service or can join our Religious Exploration programs (or nursery for the very young) following the "Time for All Ages," programming that relates to the week's service for the young and young at heart and comes before the sermon.

Upcoming Services

Finish each day and be done with it. You have done what you could. Some blunders and absurdities no doubt crept in; forget them as soon as you can. Tomorrow is a new day. You shall begin it serenely and with too high a spirit to be encumbered with your old nonsense.

— Ralph Waldo Emerson