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.

    • April 30, 2017 - Sunday Service

      Discernment and Dialog:  Unitarian Universalism in These Times.  Black Lives Matter Unitarian Universalist and The Unitarian Universalist Association Board of Trustees have asked congregations to suspend “business as usual” this Sunday to address recent events at the UUA and in the larger world through a lens of  issues of white privilege.  Rev. Susan Ritchie and Rev. Joan Van Becelaere co-facilitate a service where we tell the story of where we are and how we got here; how this fits into the larger picture of societal shifts; and finally, how we can converse together and make a commitment to further understanding.

    • May 7, 2017 - Sunday Service

      The children are with us for the first part of worship as we introduce this month’s theme in worship and religious education, “courage.”  A lay member of NUUC offers the worship today.


    • May 14, 2017 - Sunday Service

      The Courage and Wisdom of Vulnerability.  A Mother’s Day look at the importance of humanity’s softer aspects.

    • May 21, 2017 - Sunday Service

      Music Sunday.  This annual intergenerational service celebrates the life of music in our congregation; this year, we also hear about the choir’s year-long exploration of spirituality and music.