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Welcome!

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We hope you will visit us Sunday August 25th morning!

We are a theologically diverse congregation. Our shared worship is framed around our belief that how we live together - how we take care of each other and the earth - is critically important, and we strive to live our lives guided by compassion and a commitment to social justice. We also commit to each other that we will respect and support each person's sincere, responsible search for truth and meaning, and we recognize that this is an ever-evolving journey. We are an ethical and liberal religious community dedicated to promoting the ongoing search for truth and to affirming the inherent worth and dignity of every individual.

We welcome all who would like to be part of a caring, open-minded, spiritual community.

Our Services

Please join us on Sunday mornings for services from 10:45 a.m. to noon. Children have religious education classes at the same time. Everyone is invited to stay after the service for light refreshments and conversation.
We can be contacted at:

UUFGC
211 S. Lee St.
Cumberland, MD 21502
Phone: (301) 759 - 2696
email: uufgc@uufgc.org

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Greater Cumberland is affiliated with the Unitarian Universalist Association of North America (UUA). Please visit the related sites listed in the left hand menu for more information.

We have been recognized by the UUA as a Welcoming Congregation - a congregation which has engaged in education and self-study to be welcoming to those of all sexual orientations.

Unitarian Universalist Association


Rev. Terry Ellen is our Consulting Minister. He is also the Executive Director of Unitarian Universalists for Social Justice of the Baltimore-Washington-Northern Virginia Region, where he works on social justice issues including global warming, affordable housing, health care for all, marriage equality for same-sex couples, multicultural and anti-racist initiatives, and opposition to the use of torture.

Copyright 2011, UU Fellowship of Greater Cumberland
Cumberland, MD