Life Can Be Magic.

I am proud and glad to be a Unitarian Universalist because when I was photographing in the deep South, there were UU churches in Birmingham, Alabama; Jackson, Mississippi; New Orleans, Louisiana. In these places, brave ministers and congregations offered me an oasis … read more.

John Kouns John Kouns, Photographer

As a child, I attended All Soul’s Unitarian Church in Washington D.C. for Sunday School, but left at age ten and only began attending again once my children had grown. At that time, I felt disconnected from any kind of community.  

UU Marin has provided … read more.

Valerie Taylor Valerie Taylor

I first became aware of UU in 1969 when, as a Family Service Social Worker, my office was housed in William Ellery Channing’s birthplace in Newport, Rhode Island.  Then, in 1975, my husband and I were asked to be speakers of the week at Star … read more.

Janice M. Prochaska Janice Prochaska

I love my UU congregation.

The Nine O’Clock Circle is always a joy. I learn more about the participants and hear about the life experiences that make them the people they are today! We create our own topics, rotate leaders, and have periods of … read more.

Carole Rosvold

This Congregation, this community means so much. The reasons I keep coming to UU Marin: the fantastic people, the wonderful music, the strong social justice action, and the spiritual connection that makes this church my home.

I am so fortunate to have many supportive friends … read more.

Julie Prentice