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

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Service starts at 10am
Childcare Provided

May 10th

Redemptive Tenderness

Rev. Pat Jobe


May 17th

TBA

Rev. John Miller


May 24th

Spirituality:

A Wellspring for Commitment and Connection

Rev. Nancy Pellegrini


May 31st

Helping UUCL to be a Dynamic Force for Compassion in the Lowcountry

Rev. Manuel Holland


June 7th

TBA

Rev. Fred Howard

Upcoming Events

Family Promise

5/10 - 17

As we will be meeting our commitment to Family Promise, all meetings scheduled at the church for this coming week will need to be canceled or rescheduled.

Pursuing Art

5/10 Sunday after service

Finance Committee Meeting

5/17 Sunday after service

Small Group Meeting

5/18 Monday at 7pm

Social Justice Committee

5/21 Thursday at 6pm

Board Meeting

5/21 Thursday at 6:30pm

Meditation

5/19,26, and 6/2 Tuesdays at 7pm

Come and enjoy Jyoti (inner Light) meditation. Everyone is welcome. No experience is necessary. Meditation deepens our understanding, awakens our consciousness and connects us to our personal inner peace.


Yoga

5/21, 28, and 6/4 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.