• You Are Welcome Here

    Whoever you are, and whomever you love, you are welcome here.

    Whether you worship many gods, one god, or no god, you are welcome here.

    And whether you walk in on little feet, stroll in, or roll in, you are welcome here, at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Indianapolis.

    You Are Welcome Here

  • Our Commitment to Religious Education

    As a community, we value and encourage religious growth and learning for everyone at every stage of life.  Our all-ages religious education program seeks to nurture personal spiritual growth while creating strong and supportive communities.

    Our Commitment to Religious Education

  • Our Commitment to Nature

    Our congregation is committed to living in harmony with the natural world. We are a certified green sanctuary congregation, and our property is a designated wildlife habitat. We are a leader in environmental activism among faith-based organizations in Central Indiana and we recently installed solar panels on our campus.

    Our Commitment to Nature

  • Art & Music as Worship

    The arts energize congregational life on many levels, uplifting mind, body, and spirit. Music and visual art of high quality and from a diversity of cultures, styles, and textures, plays a central role in our worship services, as well as weekly activities. Our creative vision is an inclusive one, where all ages participate, listen, experience, and enjoy a variety of creative arts.

    Art & Music as Worship

Latest News

Religious Education Volunteers Needed

Religious Education Volunteers Needed

It’s that time of year when we are looking for volunteers to spend time in our religious education program with read the rest…

Tutoring and Uniforms Needed

Tutoring and Uniforms Needed

UUI Tutoring Program Needs You The tutoring program at IPS School #43 has been an important outreach effort at UUI read the rest…

August 31 Fifth Sunday Social Justice Service

August 31 Fifth Sunday Social Justice Service

During this multigenerational service there will be an Age of Reason Ceremony and a Social Justice Activity.   Age of read the rest…

Michael Dowd Presentation

Michael Dowd Presentation

Given our impact on Earth’s climate, the seas, and other species, humanity is about to experience what could be called, read the rest…

UUI Invites UUA Member Congregations to Join Us In Response to Incident in New Orleans

UUI Invites UUA Member Congregations to Join Us In Response to Incident in New Orleans

On Sunday, July 20, a national anti-abortion group interrupted the Sunday worship service at First Unitarian Universalist Church of New Orleans in read the rest…

When I Was a Mylar Balloon

When I Was a Mylar Balloon

When I Was a Mylar Balloon by Judy Archer The phone rang around 8:30 Thursday morning (6/26/14). I was in read the rest…

President’s Message–July

President’s Message–July

It’s been a great year at UUI. We finalized and voted on our new Constancy of Purpose, the mission, vision, read the rest…

UUI Young Adult Group

UUI Young Adult Group

We recently had our first UUI Young Adult Meeting and a few of the things we discussed are Friday night read the rest…

UUI Book Club

UUI Book Club

The UUI Book Club will meet the third Sunday of each month following the service in the Cottage Library. We read the rest…

Gender Neutral Restrooms

Gender Neutral Restrooms

Bathroom Talk by UUI Board President, Holly Hendrickson “Have you ever thought about the difficulty that transgender persons or people read the rest…

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This Sunday's Service

  • The Oneness of Everything

    By Jamie Hinson-Rieger

    In this service we will explore mystical experiences in religion, which are often characterized by powerful intuitions or perceptions of interconnectedness and one-ness. Our theist and humanist traditions have both included mystics and seekers after that vision of wholeness. How do they inform our understanding and practice of Unitarian Universalism? Part one of a two-part series on interdependence and our 7th principle.

  • Sunday Schedule

    • 10:00 am—Nursery available
    • 10:30 am—Morning Service
       (children start in service & then go to class)
    • 11:30 am—Coffee & Fellowship Time
    • 11:45 am—Children/Youth Classes End

  • Giving is an Act of Faith

    Each week, through our Share the Plate Program, 50% of the undesignated Sunday offering is given to a community organization or a significant cause. The recipient of this program for September is Hoosier Interfaith Power and Light. Hoosier Interfaith Power and Light seeks to inspire and equip Hoosiers of faith to respond to climate change. We are concerned about the Earth’s changing climate and believe we must act now – both individually and collectively – to reduce our environmental impact and protect the world’s poor and powerless.

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