Inspire. Seek. Accept. Deepen.


Join us for worship
Sundays at 10:30 AM.


You are welcome.

Sunday Service


Come join us for worship at 10:30 AM.
Nursery care is available.


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.




Join us at 10:30 for our music-led service!
Afterwards the Racial Justice Study Group is serving up soup, bread, crackers, and dessert in exchange for a donation. The proceeds will go toward the Charles B. Redd A. Phillip Randolph Scholarship. Charles was a tireless community activist and member of the UUCFW for more than forty years.
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

All Music Sunday, Jan. 14, 10:30 AM

Come hear talented singers and instrumentalists celebrating world music, ranging from American to Chinese; from Hebrew to Irish.

We are one Family - join us!
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

At our All Music Sunday, Uniting Us in Song, Jan. 14, 10:30, we feature:
Laura Amstutz, music by Anne H. Littlefield, dancers from our Bhajan (Hindu) Community, Christy Thomson, Rabbi Lenny Sarko, the Hall Sisters, Dr. Daniel Quinn, and many talented UU members.

Uma Familia!
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

Soup and Scholarship
Join the Racial Justice Study Group on Sunday, January 14, after the service for a bowl of soup, bread, crackers, and dessert. The proceeds will go toward the Charles B. Redd A. Phillip Randolph Scholarship. Charles was a tireless community activist and member of the UUCFW for more than forty years. Join us to honor his legacy and his lifelong commitment to our congregation and the community of Fort Wayne, while contributing to a scholarship in his name.
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

This information came in from Gary Wederspahn, Indiana Death-with-Dignity news, who spoke at our congregation in June of 2017.

The INDYSTAR reported 4 Jan. 2018:
Lawmaker wants to legalize assisted suicide in Indiana
Rep. Matt Pierce wants to help some Hoosiers choose when they die.
Thursday morning the Bloomington Democrat unveiled the details of a
proposal that would enable individuals with terminal illnesses to
request medication that would give them the option of ending their lives
in a "peaceful, humane manner."

Flanked by aid-in-dying experts and individuals who would be affected by
the legislation, Pierce explained during a news conference that the
assisted-suicide option would be available to people who are facing
"imminent death" within six months.

"I am hopeful the introduction of this bill will begin a discussion
among Hoosiers about this difficult end-of-life issue," Pierce said
about House Bill 1157.

Pierce detailed an extensive process that must be completed before an
individual could choose to die, including several psychological
examinations and a 15-day waiting period.

Corey Polen, a Central Indiana father of three who has ALS, said he
wants to have the option to die due to his diagnoses.

"Even Timothy McVeigh was put to death compassionately by the state,"
Polen said, "but Indiana wants me to die a tortuous death in front of my
children and my sweetheart."

"My future is not a nice one," he said.

The Indiana Alliance Against Assisted Suicide did not immediately
respond to IndyStar requests for comment.

Bev Murovic, head of end-of-life health-care advocacy group Compassion &
Choices Indiana, spoke about Oregon as a model for assisted-suicide.
"More people die in their homes in Oregon than any other state," she
said, adding that the No. 1 reason people choose the method of death is
"autonomy and control" over their lives.

This is not the first time Pierce has submitted a bill on end-of-life
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

Don't forget tomorrow's service tomorrow: Hung Over, Holding On, Letting Go – guest speaker Rev. Dr. Terry Anderson, Executive Director Just Neighbors Interfaith Homeless Network
How do we deal with the turbulence of the current political/social climate. How do we let go of our fears and hold on to our values as we seek to lead meaningful lives with purpose?
See you at 10:30!
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Fort Wayne, IN shared Allen County Public Library's event. ... See MoreSee Less

University of St. Francis Lecture Series

January 3, 2018, 7:00pm - January 3, 2018, 8:00pm

A lecture titled "American Inequality" by Dr. Weston Cutter, Associate Professor of English at the University of St. Francis About the Lecture: “Since the end of the 1970s, the United States has either plateaued or slowly lost the ground it gained in combating inequality among different races, among genders, and among socioeconomic status. We've currently returned to levels of wealth disparity not seen since the 1920s. Simultaneously, we continue to hear, year after year, that women make on average only 84 cents on the dollar compared with men. And, of course, in the midst of all of that, we continue to see minorities making up a disproportionate percentage of the prison population. In this lecture, I'll talk about some of the historical precedents that have allowed for the system to function the way it does today. Beyond that, I'll explore some of the ways that the system is *still* not quite equal, and, hopefully, present some ways we can all work to make it more equitable, to make the American Dream in reach for all of us.” This lecture is part of our University of Saint Francis Lecture Series, the first Wednesday of each month at our Aboite Branch. All lectures are free and open to the public.

View on Facebook