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Our building is now open for Sunday services and other programs. Most programs are also on Zoom. COVID-19 protocols change; currently we are mask optional except for singing. Join us! Contact us for more information through this form.
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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.
A Palm Sunday Reflection on Good Friday
Unitarian Universalism, notoriously, is a church that celebrates Easter Sunday but not Good Friday. Palm Sunday, the Oberlin-Olmsted What Would Jesus Do Discussion Group, in collaboration with Dave Burwasser and Helen Kopp, will address that, with a special appearance by a guest from 1st Century Judea. Come join the fun!
Easter Celebrates Resistance & Resurrection
New life comes through all of us, if we don’t resist it: New ideas, new ways of seeing ourselves or each other, new ways to create justice. Jesus died for speaking the truth to power – the ultimate resistance. What will we do with our power, our love for life? Service led by Rev. Mary & Zellda Zelley.
The Spiritual Work of Facing the Climate Crisis With Hope and Action
The climate crisis confronts us with deep existential fears but also untold possibilities. This service will explore coming to grips with both those realities and responding with effective action. Service led by Cindy Frantz, who is an environmental psychologist and long-time member of this congregation.
Resistance, Race & Resilience
Beneath resistance to teaching the history of racism & slavery in the US, is fear of truth. We journey beyond fear by facing it and feeling it, discovering its gifts in resilience – our own and each other’s. We’ll share and reflect on a contemporary junior high school text, An American Story. Service led by Rev. Mary.