What to Expect

We hope on your first visit you'll stop by our Welcome Table in the Social Hall as you enter the main building. We would love to meet you! 

As you proceed into the Sanctuary for the service, an usher will provide you with an order of service. Please sit wherever you are comfortable. 

There will be a time during the service where anyone may go forward and light a candle of joy or sorrow. If you would like your joy or sorrow shared with the congregation or with our Caring Committee, there are forms available to fill out and leave in the basket as you light your candle. 

Following the service, we hope you will join us in the Social Hall for coffee and fellowship.

Children and youth are welcome to stay with their family during the service, but we hope they will join us in our religious education classes after the Words for All Ages portion of the service. There is also a nursery available from 9:30am to noon. 

Accessibility and Accommodations

Gender inclusive restrooms are available in the Cottage Building.

We provide ample accessible parking in our front parking lot and the doors to the main building can open automatically. 

We also have large-print hymnals and audio aids available for services. 

Our Campus

Meeting House (Sanctuary and Social Hall)

Meeting House (Sanctuary and Social Hall)

Cottage (Library, Chalice Room, Offices)

Cottage (Library, Chalice Room, Offices)

Religious Education Building

Religious Education Building




Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What should I wear?

A. Most people dress casually but everyone is encouraged to wear what makes them most comfortable.

Q: What if I'm late to the service?

A. That's ok! Our ushers will help you find a seat.

Q: Do children attend the service?

A: On most Sundays, children and youth start out in the service at 10:30am and then after about 20 minutes they will hear a short story and will then go to their religious education classes. Parents are welcome to come to classes with children if they would like and if parents or children prefer for the children to stay in the service, they are welcome to do so. 

Q: What size congregation is UUI?

A. We have approximately 215 members/friends and approximately 90 children and youth enrolled in our Religious Education Program. 


We are located at 615 W. 43rd Street in Indianapolis, just minutes from the Butler University campus, in the Butler-Tarkington neighborhood.