Sunday Services

Sunday Service

Sunday services are at 11:30 a.m. at Plymouth Congregational Church (corner of Winne & Oakes) from the first Sunday after Labor Day through Memorial Day. Please enter from the north parking lot.

Directions to services

The Seven Principles of UU

Big Sky UU Chalice

Unitarian Universalism is a creedless religion, but that does not mean we are without unifying beliefs. Our seven principles are the practical guidelines that unify us and guide our actions in this world.

Read more about the seven principles

History

Unitarian Universalists Together

We are a liberal, lay-led congregation in the state’s capital committed to a free and responsible search for truth and meaning.  We are a welcoming community of open-minded, spiritual people. 

Read more about our history

Visitors

We welcome you to a church that encourages each person’s unique spiritual journey. We are a diverse community that supports a free and responsible search for truth and meaning. We seek religious insight and understanding from science, earth-based spirituality, as well as the traditions of the world’s great religions. We welcome to all who are interested in our church and our fellowship.

Groups and Activities

Circle of Eight Dinners occur two times each year.  Members host dinners and normally provide the main dish, while guests brings side dishes and dessert.  This offers an opportunity for church members and friends to get to know one another in a casual setting.

First Sunday Potluck is held after service on the first Sunday of the month.  Members and friends bring dishes to share family style.

Religious Education

Our Big Sky Unitarian Universalist covenant commits us to encourage each other in our spiritual growth and to promote a free and responsible search for truth and meaning . Our Adult and Childrens' Religious Education exists for that purpose.

Our mission is to provide courses to assist members and friends to develop their own intellectual and spiritual goals. In doing so, we establish deeper connections to one another in an open and supportive environment.

Membership

If you have been attending BSUUF for a while and appreciate what you find here, we encourage you to consider becoming a member. Becoming a member in a spiritual community is an important and heart-felt commitment, one that is not taken lightly.  Choosing membership opens the door for you to call BSUUF your spiritual home, to fully participate in its community, and to reap the benefits of truly being a part of the community.

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