Welcome to NUUC
We hope you will visit us!
We gather for services and fellowship at 10:30 a.m. every Sunday morning at 1574 Franklin Street in Lewis Center, Ohio, just north of Columbus.
There is a staffed nursery for children under four. Older children are welcome to stay in worship, or to attend our religious education classes that meet during service. You can meet our Director of Religious Education in Fellowship Hall before the service if you'd like to discuss your family's options
UPCOMING WORSHIP SCHEDULEAll services led by Rev. Susan Ritchie unless otherwise noted.
June 5, 2016 - Sunday Service
NUUC friend, professional coach and author Lora Anderson presents, “Energy and Decisions: Love and Fear.”
June 12, 2016 - Sunday Service
It is time for our annual Question Box Sermon! Ask the minister any question you like. She’ll answer some of them on the spot, and use the others as themes for worships in the next church year.
June 18, 2016 - NUUC Spirituality Retreat
NUUC Summer Spirituality Retreat June 18! Join Rev. Susan, Student Minister Katie Kuntz-Wineland, and Commissioned Lay Leaders Teri Cornell and Allison Fagan for a NUUC Spirituality Retreat, Saturday June 18, 9 AM-2 PM. We’ll meet on the beautiful campus of the Methodist Theological School in Delaware, Ohio (a seven-minute drive from church). You’ll have your choice to participate in several different guided spiritual practices, including yoga, mindfulness meditations, drumming, reflection on sacred texts, walking the labyrinth and musical chant. Included is a healthy lunch with items right from the seminary’s own farm. Register on the signup sheet in fellowship hall, or online at http://nuuc.org/education/adult-programs/
June 19, 2016 - Sunday Service
Of Covenants and Promises. Covenant is a basic theological idea in Unitarian Universalism. In this worship we explore how this might helpfully inform our central commitments, and the promises we make one to another.
June 26, 2016 - Sunday Service
General Assembly Worship–at the downtown Columbus Convention Center–10:30 AM! This Sunday we take advantage of the rare opportunity, with General Assembly being held in Columbus, to worship aside many thousands of our fellow Unitarian Universalists. This worship is free and open to the public. We will not be having a regular worship ourselves this morning, although the building will be open for anyone who would like to gather there to watch a live stream of the event.