MLK March 2016



Who we are: a welcoming, liberal religious congregation that uses freedom, reason, and respect to uplift the human spirit, nurture the intellect, and enhance the common good. We welcome all people, including those in the LGBTQ community.

What we believe: We have no shared creed. We embrace teachings from both Eastern and Western religions and philosophies. We think for ourselves. We reflect on the important questions (the existence of a higher power, spiritual practices, sacred texts, and the like) while sharing the covenant of our Seven Principles. Above all, we unite in our mission to “bring love and reason to life” while “building a just and compassionate world.”

When we meet:  Sundays at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. during the fall/winter/spring; 10 a.m. during the summertime. Click here to find out more about our upcoming services.

Where we’re located: 1241 Ceres Drive in Lafayette, Colo.

What to expect during your visit: smiling faces, open and inquiring hearts, shade-grown organic coffee, fellowship, and more. Stop by sometime – we’ll make sure you feel right at home.

To find out more about Unitarian Universalism, visit the Unitarian Universalist Association.