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Members of the Fellowship seek to provide a loving, caring community where members and friends can be supported in their search for truth. Members enjoy thought provoking services and participate in rewarding social action activities.  


If you, like many others who come to the Fellowship, are new to Unitarian Universalism, there are many opportunities for becoming better acquainted with the Fellowship and its guiding principles. The first step is to come to a service. Many people choose to attend several services and classes before taking the step to becoming a member. We invite you to do what you are most comfortable with.












Becoming a Member


If you find you agree with our principles, namely the freedom of religious belief and a generous acceptance of the diversity of beliefs among us, you may wish to join our Fellowship.    Joining the Fellowship includes the following:

  • Being at least 16 years of age

  • Reading and accepting our Covenant with each other.

  • Signing the Membership Book

  • Making a pledge of financial support to the Fellowship, based on individual ability to contribute to the sustainability of the Fellowship.

  • We also hope that you get involved in a group or activity at the Fellowship. This helps you get to know others in the Fellowship and feel part of the Fellowhsip community.


You are invited to become a member of the Lakeshore Unitarian Universalist Fellowship and join others in this exciting and growing community.  Here you will have a place where you can grow on your spiritual journey, where you can share both life’s happiest and saddest moments and where you can work together with others to bring peace and justice to the world.  

Please visit the learn and social justice pages, for a review of all the Fellowship has to offer you.  Consider attending one of our activities, joining one of our committees, or participating in our social justice outreach, in order to get to know us better.  Membership is not required to participate in activities, committees, or social justice opportunities that the Fellowship supports.  

Lakeshore Unitarain Universalist Fellowship offers an annual membership orientation class in late February, or early March - attendance of this class is not necessary for membership, but an opportunity to learn more about our Fellowship, it's members, and goals.  As well as an opportunity to learn more about Unitarian Universalism, ask questions and meet others.  Many of our members and friends attend these classes annually, to connect with our guiding principles and meet new members.  Please contact the Fellowship membership committee for additonal information about membership, or if you'd like to attend the annual new member orientation class.  The best way to get to know us, is to attend a Sunday service, all are welcome.

Visit the contact page to send a message of interest to our New Membership Committee.  






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