Proudly serving Hilton Head, Bluffton, and surrounding areas.

Our Mission...

is to enrich and clarify our understanding of religious thought; to provide experiences for spiritual growth; to encourage and protect the right of individual freedom of belief; to promote equality and justice in human relations; and to advance these principles for the benefit of each other, our community and our world.

Unitarian Universalism has made a commitment to opening its doors to people of all sexual orientations and gender identities. We have completed the UUA “Welcoming Congregation Program” to become more welcoming and inclusive of people with marginalized sexual orientations and gender identities.

Standing on the Side of Love
Message from the President
Message from the Minister

 Welcome to our website.

Our liberal religion has been called to stand up for what is right regarding many issues in its history, and that continues up to the present.

Rev. Manuel Holland Janice Alden Read More Read More Learn More Upcoming Sermons
Service starts at 10am
Childcare Provided

September 13rd

Jesus Was Not A Christian,

Where Is Myth Leading?

Rev. Pat Jobe

September 20th

The Water Connection:

Thoughts about Our Seventh Principle

Including UU Water Ceremony

Cheryl Kanuck

Upcoming Events

Velvet Caravan

09/18 Fridays at 7pm

Doors open at 6:30. Based in Savannah, Velvet Caravan is one the most unusual ensembles in the music business. Combining Gypsy, Honky-Tonk, Swing and Latin, this band plays upbeat tunes from all over the world with thunderous virtuosity and a relentless sense of humor. For more information, click here.

Board Retreat

9/19 Saturday

The Board of Trustees regularly scheduled meeting will be replaced by the Annual Board Retreat on September 19th.  There will be no UUCL board meeting on Thursday September 17th.

Eating without Meat

9/19 Saturday at 5:30pm

UUCL Annual Water Ceremony

9/20 Sunday

We will have our Water Ceremony service.  Please remember to bring a small amount of water with you to church;  alternative water will be made available if needed.  Your water may be from anywhere, such as your travels, or may represent something specific that has meaning for you.  This ceremony is unique to Unitarian Universalist churches, and is an opportunity to focus on coming back together after the summer, as well as our interconnectedness with the rest of the world.

Finance Committee Meeting

9/20 Sunday after service

Small Group Meeting

9/21 Monday at 7pm

RE Spaghetti Dinner

9/26 Saturday 6-8pm

Social Justice Committee Meeting

9/27 Sunday after service

Membership Committee Meeting

9/28 Monday at 7pm


9/1, 8, 15, 22, & 29 Tuesday at 7pm


9/3, 10, 17, 24 Thursdays at noon

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Fall 2014

I felt so honored this year to be encouraged to chaperon the youth group for our yearly Fall Youth Con at the Mountain Retreat.

A nice group of 5 boys, Mason, Kaleb, Tom, David, and Marco, were chaperoned by Peter Kandis and me, while Meg Engler volunteered to chaperon a girl from a different congregation.

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View From The Mountain
Member Benedicte Gadron shares her recent experience at The Mountain.