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Genesee (Valley) Unitarian Universalist Societies TOgether

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About Unitarian Universalism
Frequently Asked Questions about UUism
What Do UUs Believe?
Unitarian Universalist Association (our denomination)
Central East Regional Group (CERG)
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Interfaith IMPACT of NYS
Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley
Unitarian Universalist Service Committee
Worker Justice Center of NY

Welcome! We are the Unitarian Universalist congregations of the Genesee Valley and wider Rochester, NY region. This page provides an easy way for you to get to know us better. We would love the chance to get to know you better! The following UU churches would welcome a visit any Sunday:

  • Pullman Memorial Universalist Church (Albion)
    We love to laugh, and live to love. 10 East Park St, Albion, New York.
  • Brockport Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
    The Brockport Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (meeting at 3723 Sweden Walker Road, Brockport) is a faith community that puts respect, compassion, and love before belief. In welcoming all, our hearts are widened and our understanding of the holy is deepened. We are a new congregation (chartered in 2011) and we look forward to welcoming you!
  • First Universalist Church of Rochester
    First Universalist Church, in downtown Rochester, has a welcoming small-town feel as it strives to carry out its mission by nurturing the spirit and serving the community. Recognized as architect Claude Bragdon's most important remaining structure, our church is located across from Washington Square at 150 South Clinton Avenue, Rochester, New York.
  • First Unitarian Church of Rochester
    A congregation committed to healing spiritual disconnection by helping each other listen to our deepest selves, open to life's gifts and serve needs greater than our own. Our internationally reknowned building (designed by Louis Kahn) is located at 220 Winton Road South, Rochester, New York.
  • Unitarian Universalist Church of Canandaigua
    We are a diverse group of religious free-thinkers who gather to celebrate life, build community and better the world. With a membership of about 100, we take pride in being a close-knit and welcoming community. Located in the scenic hills and beautiful countryside of Canandaigua, New York at 3024 Cooley Road.

June 7 2013