Is traditional religion not a fit for you these days? Lean more liberal? Looking for local groups for social action? Want to raise your children to be loving and open-minded? You might be a UU and not know it. We are Unitarian Universalists, which we usually shorten to UUs, and we are very different from the traditional church.
We are a liberal church, where you follow your own spiritual path. People here are progressive and are from diverse religious backgrounds, including none at all. What unites us, first and foremost, is a belief in the worth and dignity of all people, and a deep commitment to issues like voting rights, immigrant rights, gay rights, women’s rights, and climate change.
You will be welcomed here no matter who or how you love. Whether you have faith or no faith at all, you will find like-minded people here. We’re sometimes called “The Thinking Person’s Church.” We constantly explore, and our youth and members learn from many different sources.
This faith has actually been around for a long time. Famous UUs have included some pretty cool people like Frank Lloyd Wright, Susan B Anthony, five U.S. presidents, the founder of the Red Cross, scientists, inventors, writers, and Barack Obama’s grandparents!
Interested? Our services start at 10 every Sunday at 110 Malphrus Rd in Bluffton. Dress is very informal and we usually have a discussion group afterward. Hope to see you Sunday!
Greetings from all of us at UUCL. That's short for who we are: Unitarian Universalists of the Lowcountry. We're located in Bluffton, SC, on Malphrus road just a mile Lowes.
Wondering if this place could be a fit for you? UUism tends to be for people who want connection with other progressive, liberal-minded folks, and the opportunity to work on social and environmental causes, while also continually learning from studying the world’s great thinkers and religious leaders, and hearing inspiring messages every Sunday. While we have people from diverse religious backgrounds (Jewish, Christian, Buddhist, agnostic, atheist, etc.) what unites us is respecting the worth and dignity of all people, and a commitment to lovingly working to make the world better. It is a place of community, and also of deepening one’s own spirituality.
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