Next Upcoming Service:
Sunday, Dec 6, 2020 @ 10:30 am Speaker(s): Reverend Jennifer Innis Overview: Mahayana Buddhists tell the story of how the Bud-dha completed his search for Enlightenment by sitting under the Bodhi Tree. As part of our theme of Stillness, what is our practice of waiting...
COVID 19 Update:
[Nov ’20] – Church Meetings & Sunday Services will continue to be virtual at this time
Feel free to give our church a try by coming to a few Sunday services or other activities. Everyone is welcome—we welcome any race, age, gender, sexual orientation, income, or lifestyle. And you’re encouraged to bring your individual beliefs—you won’t have to change them for us.
Welcome to the Universalist Unitarian Church of Peoria, Illinois. It’s not easy to sum up our church in a few words, but a good place to start is with our mission statement. We offer you the freedom to follow your own path to spiritual and religious truth. Everyone is welcome in the spirit of inclusive love and acceptance. Here you can grow spiritually in a caring, supportive community. And you can help heal our world by getting involved in community and global outreach.
Sunday services start at 10:30 a.m. To make it easier to find a parking space, you may want to arrive by 10:20 or a little earlier. Wear whatever you feel comfortable in—we don’t have a “dress code.”
Children are our future. That’s why we offer a variety of enriching programs and activities for the youngest members of our church community.
Who We Are
In our congregation you’ll find families with children, singles, couples, teens, kids, retirees—people of all ages, income levels, and walks of life.
What We Offer
You’ll find plenty going on at our church—not just on Sunday, but all through the week. We have programs and activities for kids, adults, and all ages; for large groups and small groups; and for a wide range of interests.
Past Services / Sermons:
Sunday, Nov 29, 2020 @ 10:30 am Speaker(s): Reverend Jennifer Innis Overview: To close our monthly theme of Healing, we explore times when the way to be more whole is to break down what already exists. Then we can begin to rebuild. Order of Service Coffee Hour...
Sunday, Nov 22, 2020 @ 10:30 am Speaker(s): Rev. Erin J. Walter Overview: Feminist scholar Carol Meyers says Exodus is arguably the most important book of the Bible. This Sunday, musician and UU Rev. Erin Walter will lift up one small but key detail in that story of...
Sunday, Nov 15, 2020 @ 10:30 am Speaker(s): Reverend Jennifer Innis Overview:Rumi reminds us, "The wound is where the light enters." We explore the nature of brokenness and healing. Hint: They are not opposites Order of Service Coffee Hour Afterwards & Offering