We’re glad you’ve discovered us!

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Raleigh is a religious community that is intentionally inclusive, liberally religious, and actively serving the common good of Wake County and our wider world.

That means whoever you are and wherever you are on your own religious journey you are welcome here.

That also means that, as Unitarian Universalists,  we seek wisdom and inspiration from many sources but affirm our own individual experience and conscience are the best authorities for our beliefs.

That also means we are committed to making our world more compassionate and just and hope you might join one of our many efforts to do so.

Learn more about us!

Here are some things you can do to learn more about us:

  • Explore our site and get to know us better.
  • Fill out our visitor form at www.uufr.org/visitorform . After you do this, you’ll start receiving our weekly e-newsletter.
  • Join us at any one of activities, especially one of our Sunday morning worship services. As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, most of our in-person activities are suspended, but you are welcome to join us for any of our online activities.
  • Attend a Newcomer Gathering. These are usually held on the first Sunday of the month after the Sunday morning worship service. During the coronavirus pandemic, these will be held by Zoom. Check “The Chalice” for details.
  • Contact any staff member with any questions you may have.

We look forward to meeting you in person!