No matter your age, no matter your strength, no matter your beliefs or lack of beliefs, no matter who you love or who you live with, congregation founders and first time visitors, we welcome you here to this community. The mission of the Juneau Unitarian Universalist Fellowship is to be a spiritual home for all people who are engaged in a search for truth and meaning. We are glad you are here.
We meet at Temple Sukkat Shalom at the corner of Cordova St. and Foster Ave., just across the Douglas Bridge from downtown Juneau. The Sunday service is from 11 – 12 pm. Adults and Children gather for Religious Exploration at about 10:00am. The service is followed by refreshments, conversation, and fellowship. Dress for worship, and all other events, is as casual or dressy as you would like. We want you to be as comfortable here as we are!
Family Promise is a community response to families experiencing homelessness by providing hospitality in area churches. Guests receive hospitality and three meals a day from church members and volunteers. Family Promise case managers work with guest parents to ensure they can regain their self-sufficiency. Family Promise/Interfaith Hospitality is closer to being a reality in Juneau and JUUF is helping that reality to occur as a support congregation. Our service on the 7th will bring us all up to speed on the Family Promise program.
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A Welcoming Congregation
As a UUA-certified Welcoming Congregation, Juneau Unitarian Universalist Fellowship publicly welcomes lesbian, gay, and transgender people and honors their contributions to our community and to society.