A Welcoming Congregration


Welcome! We are glad you are here, and we invite you to learn more about this warm and caring religious community. Our congregation is a growing, vital, and fun place to be. With roots deep in religious liberalism, we gather to explore the “big questions” and encourage one another’s spiritual journeys.

Our programs and events support people as they grow in curiosity, in spirit, and in community. We believe each person has a unique gift to offer the world, and that by meeting together as an open-hearted community, we can nurture and celebrate those gifts.

We welcome young and old, families and singles, all the colors and cultures of the human race, gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and straight people. You are truly welcome at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Northfield!

Invitation to Gather during our Summer Hiatus

UUFN is growing, enough to hopefully expand summer services in the near future. For this year, however, our Sunday services will be on hiatus again until after Labor Day. Please consider joining us for a lakeside potluck picnic on June 28th, a community potluck and discussion of The New Jim Crow (a book about racism today) on July 26th, and a potluck on Vairochana farm on August 9th. See the calendar below for more details.

Feel free to join us – everyone is welcome! These will be great opportunities for newcomers to check out our community before attending regular Sunday services starting September 13th.

Looking to the Future! New Home Committee REPORT

After receiving two significant anonymous donations for a new UUFN home, a small group of lay leaders has been exploring the possibility of UUFN buying or leasing a new space. The New Home Committee has issued the following New Home Report. The group has worked diligently to give our congregation a realistic view of the available options and the further fundraising we will need to get there. UUFN’ers are encouraged to read the report and watch their email for an upcoming survey of our members.

Upcoming Services and Events