to the Unitarian Universalist Congregation, the home of liberal
religion in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. We are a community of faith that
honors diversity in religious thought and practice.
Building and Grounds Work Day. 9am-12pm.
2015 in Selma.
Painted Memories, Caring Days Art Show at the Mal & Charlotte Moore Center of Caring Days. 5:30pm-7:00pm.
Annual UUCT Congregational Meeting.
Sunday service topics are here.
We gather each
Sunday to celebrate the things that inspire us to personal and
spiritual growth: a caring and committed community, the words of
prophets both ancient and modern, free and inquisitive minds, nurturing
families, good friends.
Meet the minister
Our Full-time minister, Rev. Fred L Hammond, is in the pulpit three Sundays per month, typically the first three Sundays. For more information about Rev. Hammond, go here.
Rev. Hammond's blog is at this address.
If you are a newcomer to the area or to Unitarian Universalism, we
encourage to to visit the newcomers
, and we hope that you'll drop by to visit us in person.
You'll find that, in this congregation, neither children nor adults are
afraid to ask questions. We're not in the business of instilling guilt
or promoting rigid dogmas. Instead we provide a congenial,
intellectually stimulating atmosphere in which you're free to seek your
own answers. We encourage you to fashion your own faith. Our worship
services are varied. Some deal with social issues. Some seek a better
understanding of religion and morality. Some seek inspiration from the
arts and humanities. All include the enjoyment of friendship and
fellowship. And the best way to get to know us is to come and
experience what we have to offer firsthand.
Our Sunday Services start at 10:30 A.M. Services are followed by Coffee and Conversation as well as Second Hour at 11:45 A.M.
Universalist Congregation of
6400 New Watermelon Road
Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35406