• 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

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UUI Family Overnight

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When I Was a Mylar Balloon

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President’s Message–July

President’s Message–July

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July UUEye

July UUEye

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June Board of Trustee Meeting Minutes

June Board of Trustee Meeting Minutes

The UUI Board of Trustees meets each month on the second Tuesday at 7pm in the Commons Building. Everyone is read the rest…

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Help Establish a State-Wide Climate Action Plan

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UUI Young Adult Group

UUI Young Adult Group

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UUI Book Club

UUI Book Club

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Mindfulness Meditation Class

Mindfulness Meditation Class

This summer, Kathleen Beck-Coon, MD is offering a course on mindfulness meditation at UUI. Please click here for more information. read the rest…

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This Sunday's Service

  • Home Truths, a play by Jay Harvey

    By Jay Harvey

    Scene: From total darkness, a blinding flash of light (with thunderclap) reveals upstage center a man. Clutching a sheaf of papers, he’s dressed casually but conservatively in today’s garb, standing astonished in the middle of a cozy living room in 1950s American style, blandly and comfortably appointed. Downstage on either side, angled, are a couch on which a middle-aged woman sits, knitting or reading a magazine, and on the other side, an easy chair, in which her husband reclines, smoking a pipe and casually reading a newspaper.

    Man (awkwardly): I know this sounds presumptuous, but I was really hoping to see God. That’s why I’m here.

    Mr. G.: You’re speaking to us, son. We’re God. Welcome home!

    Thus begins Home Truths, Jay Harvey’s funny, thoughtful, at times poignant exploration of what happens when an ordinary guy takes it upon himself to get some answers straight from the source. For this non-traditional summer service, a reading of the play will take the place of the sermon, featuring the fabulous UUI players: Jay Harvey, John Cote, and Cindy Wilson.

  • 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. The recipient of this program for June is IndyPride Inc.

    Best known for the yearly Circle City Indianapolis Pride Festival, Indy Pride Inc., fosters events that seek to educate, honor the history of the GLBT communities, and celebrate the diversity of and create unity, in and between, the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Straight communities.

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