Joining the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Columbus (UUFC) is simple. We have no specific theology. There’s no dogmatic litmus test. However, in taking this step you are making a commitment to join your talents, resources and energy with ours in a spiritual quest that is practical, personal and social.

First Steps

When you visit our Sunday service, we encourage you to sign the guest book so we can send you materials by mail or email. (We won’t give others your address, ever. We will not put you on our own newsletter mailing list unless you request that.)

You can attend UUFC services or any other activities as a visitor as long as you want. You are always welcome. If you decide to join—and there ARE benefits—contact any member of our board or our office administrator. They can help you schedule a short meeting with a member of the fellowship for an opportunity to ask questions and learn more about what membership means. This meeting typically can be accomplished in 30 minutes or less. It often happens over coffee. (Prospective members usually meet with Bill Harlan, president of the fellowship, or with Ed Wilson, our adjunct minister.)

Then we’ll schedule a Sunday service at which you’ll be formally welcomed.


Benefits of Membership

  • Membership voting rights.
  • The opportunity to serve as a member or officer of the UUFC Board of Directors.
  • Use of UUFC facilities for special ceremonies such as weddings, memorial services or child dedications. (There may be a small charge for some kinds of events.)
  • A free subscription to UU World magazine