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About Unitarian Universalism

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Rock County, located in Janesville, Wisconsin was founded in 2003.  We are a progressive and open-minded religious community within the tradition of Unitarian Universalism (UU).  The purpose of our fellowship is to bring members, friends and visitors together in a stimulating environment for the examination and clarification of ethical, philosophical and religious thoughts and values.

Weekly Inspiration

If there's anything sitting in silence has taufht me, it's that silence doesn't actually exist.

Every moment is full to the point of bursting with Reality, whether or not we notice it.


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Live your values aloud, not alone.

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Sunday, February 9, 2020 at 9:30 am

Topic: Generosity lessons from a Community Food Pantry

Guest Speaker: Jessica Locher

Jessica is the Associate Director of Echo, Inc.  She will give us information about the mission, goals and functioning of this important food pantry.


We meet in the meeting room at Echo located at 65 S. High Street in downtown Janesville.  Enter through the receiving door by the driveway.


"Becoming a Unitarian Universalist has given me such a feeling of freedom to study my own relationship with what I think of as God.  As a UU I feel closer to understanding the enormity of the great mystery!"        



In January we will begin a "common read".  Our selected book is entitled Daring Democracy; Igniting Power, Meaning, and Connection for the America We Want by Lappe and Eichen.  Books will be available at our service on Jan. 26

Next Service

9:30, Sunday February 23   Topic: Generosity Discussion facilitated by member, Barbara Fett

Book Discussion

Date:  Sunday evening, March 15  6:30 - 8 pm

Book Discussion about Daring Democracy.  Home of Barbara Fett

Bring Snacks.  Barb will provide beverages.