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  • Our toast: “We celebrate life…”

Welcome to Unitarian Universalism in Columbus, Ga.

Unitarian Universalists the world over support each other in a free and responsible search for truth and meaning. Our fellowship is not based on a particular creed. We believe everyone has a right to find their own path. We also believe in the inherent worth and dignity of all people. Human rights, social justice and protection of the environment are important to us. The sign on our campus in north Columbus reads: "Reason - Tolerance - Freedom." Those are ideals to which we aspire.

Here in Columbus, we've begun an exciting and ambitious adventure. In early 2015, we moved from our modest building on Double Churches Road to a wonderful property at 8827 Heiferhorn Way, just off Whitesville Road. Our new campus includes a large main building, called Grace Fellowship Hall, where we hold Sunday services, and a smaller Meeting House for other activities. Outside we have a playground for kids, a Pavilion for picnics and other activities and plenty of parking. The Fraternal Order of Police called this property home for four decades. Now the Unitarian Universalists have moved in——thanks to generous gifts and hundreds of hours of volunteer work. Members and friends of our congregation have helped us realize this dream. There's more work to be done, but we've come a long way.

The video on the right is our new television commercial. The slide show below documents some the progress we've made. The video at the bottom below might help you understand a little more about Unitarian Universalism.

These are exciting times for Unitarian Universalists in the Chattahoochee Valley. We hope you'll visit us in person soon.

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