Sunday Services
10:45 am

481 Zeandale Road, Manhattan, KS

You Are Welcome Here

UUFM is a liberal religious community committed to open discussion, spiritual exploration, and social justice. In this fellowship theists, atheists, and agnostics alike gather to explore worldviews, develop friendships, renew spirits, and work for change.

Our Vision Statement

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Manhattan, rooted in living tradition, embraces diversity in all its forms as it expands our thinking and our sense of community.

We are:

A safe haven for spiritual, intellectual, and emotional growth through honest self-examination, provocative dialogue, enriching experiences, and ever-deepening connections …

An incubator for the next generation of UUs, fostering spiritual and ethical exploration tailored to age and stage and promoting intergenerational unity …

Vibrant, open, and inspirational in what we say and do …

A bold model of love, compassion, social action, and justice for ourselves, our society, and our planet …

Builders of bridges across faiths and boundaries to honor our shared humanity and common values …

A visible beacon of liberal religious messages of hope and meaning in our local community.

UUFM giving according to our values: In January 2019 UUFM held a “reverse” offering in which the offering baskets had money for congregants to use as they saw fit, to give to people in need in the community or to local, national, or international organizations. Full report here.
We are an LGBT Welcoming Congregation, intentionally inclusive of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. asset_upload_file158_185869

We invite all to Celebrate Love, wherever it is found, and to Support Marriage Equality


Creed and Sources

We have no creed, prophet, or sacred book, but let our mutual respect and belief in individual free thought guide us. We rely on many sources in our varied spiritual journeys, and draw from science and nature, reason and intuition, and writings and traditions from across the world: Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, Pagan, Humanist, and many others both religious and not.