Welcome to the Unitarian Universalist Society of Iowa City
Our Mission: We are a diverse spiritual community that touches hearts, changes lives, and transforms the world.
Our Vision: Our vision is to be a loving, inclusive, and growing spiritual community. We celebrate life and a liberal tradition that leads social justice work, heals the earth, and nurtures the lifelong journey of mind and spirit.
We celebrate a liberal tradition that draws inspiration from a wide variety of faiths, as well as reason and personal experience. Join us as we support each other in our search for truth and meaning, and act together on our values in the community. We are Unitarian Universalists, a caring community in Iowa City since 1841. Learn More >
The transition to Realm, our new church management software, is here! Read through quick start guides for members and group leaders, or contact the office with specific questions.
The offering for Sunday, July 3rd, will be a special collection for UUA Black Lives Matter.
Black Lives Matter (or #BlackLivesMatter) is a movement and a stance in response to this reality: the United States was built on a legacy of slavery, racism, and oppression that continues to take new, ever-changing forms. To say that “black lives matter” doesn’t mean that black lives are more important than other lives, or that all lives don’t matter. The systemic devaluing of Black lives calls us to bear witness, even as we acknowledge that oppression takes many intersecting forms. Visit the UUA’s webpage for resources and information on this important cause. Cash or checks to UUSIC (Black Lives Matter on memo line) may be given during Sunday offerings or sent to the office. Thank you!
July’s Social Justice Offerings Benefit the Free Medical Clinic
The Free Medical Clinic is committed to the belief that affordable health care is a basic necessity. The clinic exists to provide the widest primary care possible to those who do not have access to other health care providers. Last year 1,599 patients were provided care during 4,813 visits. Most were adults (children are referred to other community resources) and most from Johnson County, although patients come from around the state and some are international visitors who become ill while here. Cash or checks (FMC on memo line) may be given during Sunday offerings, online, or sent to the office. Thanks for your continuing generosity.