Covid-19 Info & Updates
UUS is currently in Phase 2 of our Covid-19 reopening plan. Services are virtual, with only the worship leaders present at UUS. Small groups may meet wearing masks either at UUS or off-site.
Click to learn more about our phases, requirements for meeting in person, and the overall UUS COVID response. Read more »
Join us online for this month’s Spirited Sunday, our monthly all-ages alternative service engaging with spiritual practices and meaningful play.
Lori Enloe will lead us as we explore the mindbody practice of Tai Chi and Qigong for all ages and discover how we can play with these practices in our daily lives to reduce stress and improve health and well being. Sitting and standing adaptations will be provided.
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You Are Valued Here
UUS has long been a safe and supportive home for members of the LGBTQ+ community. Learn more
Black Lives Matter
We support the Black Lives Matter movement and are actively examining our own beliefs and actions to become more effective anti-racists. Learn more
Community Partner Program
Each month we donate to different community partner organization. Learn more
Watch recent services
January 23rd, 2022- Nourishing Our Hearts
January 16th, 2022- We'll Build a Land
January 9th, 2022- Reviving Epiphany
- UUS Seeks Director of Religious Lifespan Education
We are looking for experienced candidates to fill our Director of Lifespan Religious Education (DLRE) position. The DLRE has primary responsibility for developing and implementing spiritual and faith development programming for children, youth, adults, and families. Click to read the full job description.
- January 5th Sunday Offering to Benefit the Team Western Kentucky Tornado Relief Fund
When a month has five Sundays, the Social Justice Team identifies a special need to support with the extra week of offerings. On January 9th, the 5th Sunday offering will support the families in Kentucky that were impacted by the recent tornados. Donations will provide relief for families most in need through the Team Western Kentucky Tornado Relief Fund. Donate Learn more
- Abbe Mental Health Center is our January Community Partner
The Abbe Center for Community Mental Health coordinates licensed professionals who work as a team to provide diagnostic and treatment services. Team members include psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, nurses, mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, and peer support specialists.
- January Newsletter Now Available
The January issue of the UUS News is now available. Download it here (PDF), or find it and past issues on our website. Hard copies will be mailed to subscribers.
The UUS Board of Trustees holds a meeting, open to all members, at 7 pm on the third Wednesday of each month. Look for an agenda in the weekly email or on the website before the meeting. (Link to Join, Meeting ID 891 3256 0297, password 228948, or join by phone).View event details »