Covid-19 Info & Updates
UUS is currently in Phase 3 of our Covid-19 reopening plan. Services are multiplatform, with both in person and virtual participation.
Click to learn more about our phases, requirements for meeting in person, and the overall UUS COVID response. Read more »
How do we practice witness, care, and Preemptive Radical Inclusion as a gathered people at the end/middle of a pandemic? How can we be well with one another? What is it for a community to prioritize wholeness and wellness? Join us in person or over Zoom for this multi-platform service led by guest worship leader CB Beal.
Click the service title or “read more” for more information on how to participate. Read more »
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
Celebration of Food, Sustainable Farming, and Farm Workers - Sep. 5, 2021
This Still Isn't What I'd Planned - Aug. 29, 2021
Listening to Ourselves, Listening to Each Other - Aug. 22, 2021
- UUS Welcomes Our New Music Staff
We are delighted to announce that after an exhaustive search we have hired Alex Heetland as our new Director of Congregational Music and Hsin-Hui Liu as our new Staff Pianist and Music Outreach Coordinator. Click the title to learn more about these positions and our newest staff!
- UUS Welcomes Our New DLRE, Marsha Thrall
We’re delighted to announce that after an exhaustive search, which included restarting UUS RE visioning process to discern what our hopes are for family ministry and lifespan religious education, UUS has hired Marsha Thrall to be our new Director of Lifespan Religious Education. Marsha will join us in August. Click for more.
- 2020/2021 Annual Report Available
Please take a look to learn about the projects and work undertaken by the staff, leadership, and many groups of UUS this past program year. Thank you to all who submitted reports and photos for this year’s Report! Click the title to view the 2020/2021 Annual Report. You can also pick up a hard copy in the vestibule of UUS.
Visitors, potential new members, or any others that would like to ask questions and have conversation about Unitarian Universalism or our UU Society here in the Iowa City and Coralville area, are invited to a separate breakout room after our virtual services on Sundays. Just let the Zoom host know that you want to attend the visitor session either by sending a chat message, or remaining in the main room after the service is over to tell them you want to go to the Visitor Breakout Room.View event details »