UUI is the church of the warm heart, open mind and helping hands. We are a welcoming congregation, celebrating everyone--so whoever you are and whomever you love, whether you worship many gods, one God or no god, whether you walk in on little feet, roll in or stroll in--you are welcome here!
ASL Interpreters Available
UUI is pleased to announce ASL interpreters are now available for Sunday services.
To request an interpreter, please contact the church office at email@example.com and provide your name and the date of the service you will be attending. Requests will need to be received by the Monday prior to the service you would like to attend to give us time to schedule the interpreter.
2016 Pledge Drive
We're in the middle of our annual pledge drive and we hope you will consider supporting our mission of being a beacon for liberal religious freedom in the Midwest. Click here for a printable pledge form.
UUI Knitters Helping Our Homeless Neighbors
UUI Knitters Cindy Wilson, Cara Moczygemba, Susan Ham and Sharon Lipford provided 15 hats, 22 scarves, and 5 pairs of gloves to people living on the streets of Indianapolis! Sharon tied the hats, scarves and gloves on downtown trees in January. She said, "We hope a few people are warmer this evening." Thank you knitters!
What a wonderful idea and community service you provide by sharing your talents! The group meets the second Saturday of each month at 10am and the fourth Tuesdays at 7pm in the Cottage Library. All are welcome! Story credit: Maria Madar, UUI Community Connections editor.
Check out our new Racial Justice page!
Whether you've been a Pagan for many years or are just looking to learn more about a diverse and vibrant religious tradition, UUIndy Pagans is for you. This group, forming at UUI, is open to anyone in the Indianapolis area who wants to explore the diversity found in modern Paganism through ritual and study -- and maybe some movie nights. Join us on Facebook and for information, contact Victoria Laughlin-Casares at victoria.m.laughlin (at) gmail.com.
We had such a great turnout from UUI on Saturday, August 8 for the environmental rally at the statehouse to support the EPA's new Clean Power Plan! Thanks to Susie DeLoach and Paula Shepley for the photos!
Communal Garden Harvest!
Stop by the garden this Sunday before Church and help us harvest! Fresh produce will be available in the Social Hall again this week. If you have extra produce from your garden at home, feel free to bring it and add it to our sale to benefit UUI Social Justice projects!
Our goal is to provide locally grown produce for our Congregation and eventually, with your help, the neighborhood.