We are an intentionally diverse religious community, actively engaged in a free and responsible search for truth and meaning. All people are welcome, without regard to age, race, national origin, ableness, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, or gender identity. We embrace freedom of belief for those beliefs that are unknowable and unprovable, with our members holding a …..
We define faith as the process of finding and making meaning out of our lives and the world, understanding that we all find and make meaning in different ways. Our fourth principle calls us to “a free and responsible search for truth and meaning,” and we intentionally draw upon a diverse body of wisdom, as …..
Our church welcomes all people without regard to age, race, national origin, ableness, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, or gender identity. We welcome people of diverse theological perspectives, including atheists, agnostics, theists, and polytheists. We welcome those who identify as Pagan, secular humanist, Buddhist, Hindu, Christian, Hindu, religious humanist, Muslim, Jewish, and more. We draw the …..
Our second principle calls us to “justice, equity and compassion in human relations.” We are strongly committed to putting our beliefs and values into action, and so we work hard to effect change and bring justice and healing to our hurting world. The picture of our flaming chalice, the unofficial adopted symbol of Unitarian Universalism, …..
We are an intentionally diverse religious community, welcoming all people without regard to age, race, national origin, ableness, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, or gender identity. We embrace freedom of belief for those beliefs that are unknowable and unprovable, with our members holding a variety of beliefs about the existence of God, what happens to us …..
We record our sermons every Sunday, so that anyone who missed can listen, and anyone who wants to listen again has the option to do so. The audio of every Sunday sermon is thus posted below, usually by Wednesday the following week. The entire archive of our sermon history is available as well, so you can go …..
Our mission: “Exploring faith. Practicing inclusivity. Living justice.” Our vision: “We, the Unitarian Universalist Church of Muncie, are a church family, relating to one another with love, kindness, fellowship, humility, joy and generosity. We encourage open, lifelong religious exploration, drawing upon reason, spirituality, and curiosity. We strengthen one another, offering acceptance, nourishment, and mutual support. We welcome …..
The Unitarians and the Universalists were two separate Christian denominations with a long history in the United States, going all the way back to the 1600 and 1700’s. The Unitarians derived their name from being primarily identified theologically as believing in the unity of god, as opposed to the more common Christian doctrine of the …..
Sitting, on a nice green lawn outside the Salt Lake City, UT convention center at General Assembly 2009, was one of many moments where I have been gifted with someone else’s wisdom in a way that has helped me see and understand the world with greater clarity. I had been talking with a friend of …..
We’re all-too-familiar with the Nike slogan, “Just do it!” Get out there and DO something. Reverend Seth’s sermon on August 19th, “Controlled by the Clock,” touched off reflections for me that might well be summarized with the slogan “Just Don’t Do It!” In the interest of full disclosure, I function best when I have a …..
August typically brings the Water Ceremony to our church calendar. This year the ceremony moves to September 9th. Over time, it’s undergone changes, but it remains as an important symbol of the connections we cherish as a congregation. It also symbolizes our diversity. Water has always symbolized connection for me. My understanding is that all …..
“Our church is a voice in Muncie for religious freedom and tolerance, for justice and generosity, for understanding and reason.”
“I believe we come to church to be a service to others. Yes, we’ll benefit personally, but what a joy we may be to others we encounter, just be being there and making them feel welcome and a part of our UU community.”
“Here at UUCM, I have felt a profound sense of acceptance and understanding that has been nourishing, rewarding, and fulfilling, and because of that, I have been able to find and share more of my strengths.”