You are welcome here...
If you've come to this site curious about a new (or rediscovered) faith, we can't wait to get to know you. The best way to discover us is to come and worship with us on Sunday morning. Everyone is welcome.
At Bradford UU, you will find a religious community on a pilgrimage together. We seek an ever-evolving truth and wisdom. We serve the wider world we share. We love the spirit of life, which we each know in our own way, and we love each other. We are a diverse bunch, representing different backgrounds, ideas, professions, generations, and ways of being in the world, but are all united in serving love.
Come and meet us! We'd love to hear your story.
More About Our Faith
Frequently Asked Questions
What kind of religion is Unitarian Universalism?
Unitarian Universalism is a liberal, non-creedal faith. We embrace the wisdom of all the world's religions, and seek to build lives of beauty, love, and justice.
Learn more about Unitarian Universalism here...
How do I get involved?
The best place to start is to visit us on Sunday morning for worship. Everyone is welcome. When you come, sign in at the welcome table, and you'll get the newsletter and can see all the activities and events of the church. About once a quarter, we offer a program for newcomers who want to know more about the church and membership.
What do I wear to worship?
Come as you are. People come, and are comfortable, in everything from business casual to informal attire.
What can my children expect on Sunday?
Religious Education classes take place during the 10:00 a.m. service. Children’s Activity Clipboards are available at the welcome table for children wanting to stay in service. Nursery and childcare for children four and under is available from 9:45—11:30 in the nursery.
Learn about our Religious Education Program here...
What do you mean when you say, "Everyone is Welcome"?
All people who seek wholeness are welcome. We welcome people regardless of class, income, race, gender, sexual orientation, the presence of a disability, or any other status or identity. Our building is fully accessible. We are, in particular, a Welcoming Congregation, which means we are an inclusive and supportive religious home for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Trans*, and Queer people.
I want to know more! Who do I ask?
Please contact us and request to speak to our minister...