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Upcoming Sundays

Upcoming Sundays Summer Series 2017 – “Who We Are” In a joyful sanctuary…embracing all souls. Sunday services will be led by a diverse group of speakers who will focus on a broad theme exploring who we are as a faith community locally and at the national level. Each speaker brings a unique perspective, and opportunities […]


UUFB Mailing Address vs. Physical Address      UUFB has TWO addresses!!!  178 Sams Point Road is our PHYSICAL address, and it is published so that visitors can locate the buildings.  There is no mailbox out on the road, so we cannot receive mail through the US postal system at 178 Sams Point Road.  If you mail […]

UUFB Nonprofit Organizations Receiving Social and Environmental Justice (SEJ) Gifts and Other Support

UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST FELLOWSHIP OF BEAUFORT, SC (UUFB) Nonprofit Organizations Receiving Social and Environmental Justice (SEJ) Gifts and Other Support For the Period 1/1/15 – 5/5/17 1. Born to Read. 2201 Boundary Street Suite 111, Beaufort SC 29902. 843-379-3350. 2. Circle of Hope Ministries, Inc. P.O. Box 554, Beaufort, SC 29901. 843-379-9955. 3. Hopeful […]

September 7…Next Men’s Breakfast at IHOP

All men are invited to gather at IHOP near Wal-Mart on the first Thursday of each month for breakfast and fellowship.  8:30-10:30  Please join us!

Messages from the President-Jennifer Rhodes

August 13 Do you realize that Rev. Lori has already been with us for a year? August 1st was the anniversary. Congratulations, Rev. Lori, you’re starting your second year as Minister. I am very glad you are planted here. After two years living in transition, the soil was well-tilled and, now, we will grow together […]

Why We Support the UUA

From the Denominational Affairs Committee WHY WE SUPPORT THE UUA Throughout its history, the UU Fellowship of Beaufort has prided itself on being a Fair Share Congregation, or as it is now known, Honor Congregation.  From its earliest days the members of UUFB recognized the benefit of a national body that was voluntarily supported by […]

UUFB Healthy Relations Policy

As Unitarian Universalists, we are bound together by covenants, promises we make to one another reflecting our highest ideals and how we intend to relate to each other and to our world.  Our Unitarian Universalist Principles, our Living Tradition, our Congregational Mission and our Behavioral Covenant provide us with direction and support.  We honor our […]

Volunteers Needed for Second Helpings Rescued Food Distribution Site at Penn Center

Penn Center to be a Second Helpings rescued food distribution site Beginning Friday, October 7, 2016, Penn Center will become the new food distribution agency on St. Helena Island for Second Helpings.  This food rescue program has been supported through the years by UUFBers who have had many hours of labor and fellowship on the […]

ASIC Prison Ministry

ASIC Prison Ministry.  In October, Ancient Sea Island Continuum began a new version of our ‘A Year and A Day’ class for a select group at the Allendale Correctional Institution, a Level 2 security prison.  This class teaches the essentials of modern Paganism (distinguished from classical precedents as Neo-Paganism). The monthly course enables participants to […]

UUFB History

History of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Beaufort, South Carolina. On a Sunday morning in late October of the year nineteen hundred and ninety-nine a small group of people are gathered together within the Spartan walls of a building simply called The Shed, in Port Royal, South Carolina to mark the creation of a new […]