Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, most of our programs are offered on Zoom. A few programs offer limited on-site participation.
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Are you passionate about peace and justice, sustainability, and religious freedom? Come visit! We welcome you!

The Oberlin UU Fellowship is a welcoming, caring community that promotes religious freedom, encourages spiritual and personal growth, and works for a peaceful, just, and sustainable world.

Our congregation hopes to balance the individual quest for truth and meaning with our collective vision and work for social justice and environmental responsibility.

Upcoming Services

May 2021


May 2

TED Talk–“The Art Of Asking: How I learned to stop worrying and let people help.”

Ann Cook-Frantz, Jeff Witmer, Brian Warren, and Caitlin Chapman.


May 5, 4:00-5:00

UU Kendal Gathering: A Democracy Deep Dive

Rev. Mary Grigolia explores the roots and off-shoots of today’s far-right extremism in the United States, sharing insights based on columns by Heather Cox Richardson, professor of American History at Boston College. Followed by discussion. All are welcome. Use Zoom login:


May 9

Mother’s Day

Marianna Carney, Lara Lillibridge, and Caitlin Chapman.


May 16

The Interdependent Web Revisited.

Mary Lee Orr & Don Leake

Humankind’s linguistic capability has empowered us over the other animals. Unless we believe that “MIGHT MAKES RIGHT,” we have a sacred obligation to use that power ethically. Our stewardship of the other animals, as the most powerful animal on earth, is our concern-especially our closest kindred mammals!


May 23

Finding Common Ground 3

Rev. Mary Grigolia, Zellda Zelley

Sharing stories of community groups and projects successfully finding common ground around the country. How might we participate? Do you have a common ground story to share?


May 30

Love Wins 2: Is War Evil?

Rev. Mary Grigolia, Zellda Zelley

As we observe Memorial Day and honor those who fought for and defend our democracy, we reflect on war as an expression of evil in the human family and on the role of organized religion to call us home to our essential interdependence: God as love.

Join us for worship this Sunday at 11:00am!