Fellowship and Service Together
Unitarians Universalists are committed to living ethical lives, and have long been known for living their faith though working actively for a more just and compassionate society. Members of the NSUC community carry on that tradition, and are deeply involved in the many opportunities available in our church community for practicing our spiritual values, and enhancing our spiritual lives, through service. At the same time, we take great joy in the many opportunities within our faith community to share, enjoy and celebrate life together, and the wonderful friendships and lasting fellowship that results.
In the sections that follow, we have described some of the opportunities available within our community for both fellowship and service. Although, for purpose of description, these opportunities have been categorized as either “fellowship” or “service” activities, most members would say the distinction is wholly artificial. Some of our most enjoyable moments of fellowship come when, with others, we are fully engaged in service to our church or to the greater community, and some of our most enduring and delightful friendships arise out of working together for meaningful purposes.