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


All services led by Rev. Susan Ritchie unless otherwise noted.

    • August 28, 2016 - Sunday Service

      Animal Blessing.  Our annual intergenerational blessing of the animals—bring your pet, or a token of your pet should they not enjoy or be capable of travel to church.  Outside weather allowing; otherwise all beasties are welcome in the sanctuary.

    • September 4, 2016 - Sunday Service

       NUUC member Marty Keith leads a team of lay leaders addressing on the benefits and satisfaction of volunteerism.

    • September 11, 2016 - Sunday Service

      Coming Home, Like a River to the Sea  Our annual Intergenerational Ingathering (celebration of the start of the church year) and Water Celebration.  If you like, bring a small quantity of real or symbolic water to the service–water that symbolizes of the spiritual journey of your summer, and what it is that you would like to contribute to the larger community this season.  The waters will be ritually mingled during the course of the worship.     

    • September 18, 2016 - Sunday Service

      The Road Not Taken, or, the Geometry of Ripples

      A reflection on developing a spiritual intelligence that can meet the challenges of a world that seems to be (newly?) out of control with violence and hatred.      

    • September 25, 2016 - Sunday Service

       Incubations  Long before it was a biological term, “incubation” was a very specific religious technique for opening one’s self to the holy so that something new might emerge—personally, and communally.