Inspire. Seek. Accept. Deepen.


Join us for worship
Sundays at 11 AM.


You are welcome.

Sunday Service


Come join us for worship at 11 a.m.
Nursery care will be available and there will also be Youth Religious Education during the service.


Our Minister


Rev Misty-Dawn Shelly


Upcoming Events

Welcome to the

Unitarian Universalist Congregation

of Fort Wayne.

We offer a warm, inclusive community where all people are invited to join us for liberal worship, celebration, friendship, support, social justice and service. We look forward to seeing you at our next Sunday service.

As a Unitarian Universalist congregation, our mission is to create a spiritual community that inspires growth, seeks knowledge, accepts differences and deepens compassion to build a just world.

UUCFW’s vision is to be an inclusive community beacon of social change and spiritual exploration by living out our UU values.

Inspire. Seek. Accept. Deepen.




February 19, 2017- March 26, 2017
'focus' John Gevers photography sponsored by Indiana Arts Commission and National Endowment for the Arts and glass art by Emily Simpson and Greg Duncan
Langhinrichs Art Gallery, Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 5310 Old Mill Road, Fort Wayne, Sunday through Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. except on Tuesday or by appointment; 744-1867.
Reception for artists February 26th noon to 1:30 pm.
March 16, 7:00 to 9:00 pm John Gevers will present a retrospective of his 30 years of work as a photographer at Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 5310 Old Mill Road, Fort Wayne.
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Share the Love Sunday! If you did any of these activities, find the DRE and get a sticker for your name tag. Draw hearts on the sidewalk of the church with sidewalk chalk. Add messages of love. ... See MoreSee Less

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Public Hearing

February 21, 2017, 6:00pm - February 21, 2017, 9:00pm

Attend this public hearing happening on Tuesday, February 21, starting at 6:00 pm in the Community Room at Homestead High School, 4310 Homestead Rd, Fort Wayne, IN 46814. RSVP at sc.org/fortwayne to get the details for our pre-hearing gathering taking place at 5:15. More information: I&M is trying to raise your bills to pay for a project at the Super-Polluter AEP-Rockport coal plant. Attend this public hearing to say NO to this Rockport Ripoff. I&M wants to spend $274 million in new air pollution equipment for Unit 2 at the Rockport plant, even though Unit 2 may not be used by I&M customers after 2022. In upcoming years, I&M wants to sink an additional $3 billion dollars into projects at the Rockport plant, which would raise customers' bills even more. Even after these projects would be completed, the plant would remain a large polluter of our air, land, water and climate. The super polluter Rockport coal plant was the sixth largest carbon polluter in the nation in 2014, and will remain a large carbon polluter as long as it continues to burn coal. Rockport's coal-burning Unit 2, the subject of this proposed rate hike, is owned by five wealthy out-of-state corporations and Wall Street banks: General Electric, Verizon, JP Morgan, Citigroup and tobacco giant Philip Morris. This is the rich trying to get richer while Hoosiers in Southern Indiana suffer from pollution and customers in Northern Indiana pay more to keep a coal plant running that should be retired, burning coal for years to come. By December 2019, I&M must install new air pollution controls on Rockport 2, but I&M hasn't decided whether to extend or cancel its lease agreement with the wealthy owners. That means I&M customers are being asked to pay 10 years for a project that may only be useful to us for three years before the lease expires. Public Notice regarding this hearing from the Office of Utility Consumer Counselor: www.in.gov/oucc/files/IM%20Rockport%20Case%20NR%201-20-17.pdf www.in.gov/oucc/2869.htm

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Join us tomorrow for Share the Love Sunday @ 11:00 with Stone Soup (all ages) and special music by Diego Garcia, a young musical prodigy from Mexico on viola.

Diego will also conduct the Fort Wayne Philharmonic next Thursday night, Feb. 16, as a guest conductor at Rinehart Music Center -this concert is free and open to the public
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Look over your journal. Share how one of the activities changed the way you think, even just a bit. Share with a friend or on social media. ... See MoreSee Less

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