The Green Bay Area Unitarian Universalist Fellowship is a growing congregation of about 80 adult members and families with children. We are a diverse group representing different age groups, religious backgrounds, socioeconomic status and sexual orientation.

Singles, couples and families alike have found a place where they can share common values and interests and find lifelong friendships. As a congregation, we are united by our appreciation of each individual’s uniqueness and a common quest for spiritual wisdom.

In 2004, GBAUUF earned its designation as a Welcoming Congregation from the Unitarian Universalist Association. It means the congregation has undertaken to become more inclusive of lesbian, gay, bisexual and/or transgender people and to honor and celebrate the lives and relationships of LGBTQ persons. As a Welcoming Congregation, we accept and support same-sex couples and offer congregational assistance for celebrations of family definition. And we commit ourselves to replacing personal prejudice with knowledge in the belief that it will lead to individual spiritual growth and congregational unity.

GBAUUF is a member of the NEW UU Consortium. Together with Open Circle of Fond du Lac and The Point Fellowship in Stevens Point, and under the leadership of Rev. Jim Coakley, we offer in-person and virtual services four Sundays each month. A potluck is on fifth Sundays.