Sunday 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.

The intersection of Broadway and Rudisill Boulevard will be closed to accommodate construction of the Rudisill Consolidation Sewer, beginning the week of July 8, 2019. The closure is expected to be in place for up to ten months.




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"Untether yourself from the engines of busyness,
one by one—
laptop, desktop, wristwatch, scribbled lists,
even the telephone,
especially the one you carry everywhere,
the little tyrant.
This will all feel unnatural
but it’s not. . . .

Instead, consider your life—
who you love, and why,
how lucky you are to be here, resting
under a shower of birdsong,
or what strange bright luck it is to be the owner,
for a few years, of this beating heart,
these wondering eyes, the ears
into which the kingfisher spills her small chuckle as
she dips across the water. . . ."

—Kathleen McTigue
An excerpt from "Summer Sabbath"
Taken from Shine and Shadow

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Meet our 2020 A. Philip Randolph scholarship recipients.

1. Keith Suttle Jr. is a Northrop High School graduate. He will attend Ball State University in Muncie, IN., where he will study architecture. He graduated with a 3.4 GPA on a scale of 4.0

2. Josie Hipskind is a Leo Jr/Sr High School graduate. She will attend Indiana University Fort Wayne, where she will study nursing. She graduated with a 3.976 GPA on a scale of 4.0.

3. Ashley Ombati is a Northrop High School graduate . She will attend Indiana University Fort Wayne, where she will major in Health Science. She graduated with a 3.9 GPA on a scale of 4.0.

They each received $1000.00. I met with each of them individually and their families. They are very grateful and thankful for the scholarship.

Once again, we have selected very well qualified students to represent our scholarship award.

Congratulations to our recipients and thank you to our membership and community supporters!

In Unity,

LaDonna Sims
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Alec Ryrie:

“By the early twentieth century, Christianity’s only undisputed role in Western society, its raison d’être, was to define morality. This is precisely what it failed to do in the Second World War, the modern era’s most intense moral test. It failed not only in the sense that many churches and Christians were to a degree complicit with Nazism and fascism, but in the wider sense that the global crisis revealed that Christianity’s moral priorities were wrong. It now seemed plain that cruelty, discrimination, and murder were evil in a way that fornication, blasphemy, and impiety were not.”
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