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The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of New Bern is a diverse community 
committed to the ideal of being human religiously. 

We represent a liberal approach to religion, encouraging each other to do the best thing in the best way from the highest motives. We believe that truth, justice, and compassion are required of us. We believe that love is better than hatred, understanding is better than prejudice, and that if there is ever to be a better world, people of widely differing beliefs will have to 
help each other build it.

We meet at 10:30 every Sunday morning for a worship service that may be centered on spirituality, ethics, literature, the Buddha or Moses. Or, we may simply share our own views and beliefs on subjects as diverse as gratitude or sin. see our sermon archives or our sample order of service.

Contact Us

Services at 10:30 Every Sunday
308 Meadows Street, off Trent Road and Spencer Avenue, New Bern

Worship Calendar

Date Presenter Topic  
Oct 5 Travis Graves, Lower Neuse Riverkeeper Interconnectedness of Life--An environmentalist's perspective
Oct 12 Bill Lease Hunger and Poverty in Craven County
Oct 19 Marsha Luhrs Some Jewish Views of Life After Death
Oct 26 Maggie Sanhu Festival of Lights (Sikhism)
Nov 2 Toni Zucco & Bob Stevens Importance of the Press to our Freedom
Nov 9 Joanne Hill & Kevin Reynolds Veteran's Day/Spouses Stories
Nov 16 David McCracken Demons in the Backyard: The New Apostolic Reformation





Unitarian Universalist Fellowship 
of New Bern

308 Meadows Street

New Bern, North Carolina 28560


email: UUFNB@yahoo.com