Last updated October 2006






















Meetings are held at 10:30 a.m. on the first, second  and third Sunday of each month in the WEA rooms,
59 Gloucester St


















Unitarian Universalism is a liberal Christian-based religion which has its roots in non-conformism.  There is now a total absence of dogma and the most important tenet of Unitarians is that one's spiritual growth is one's own responsibility.  UU's have a common concern with Social Justice and the Welfare of our Planet.  This is the Affirmation we usually say near the beginning of each service:

As Unitarian Universalists we believe in:
The worth and dignity of every person,
Justice, equality and kindness in human relations,
Accepting and encouraging each others' religious growth,
The freedom to search for what is true and right in life,
Using the democratic process as a fair way of making decisions,
Working to create a peaceful, free and just world,
Respecting the connectedness of all life on our planet earth.

Our religious inspiration comes from:
Our own experience of wonder,
Words and deeds of loving and courageous people,
Our Jewish and Christian heritage,
Wisdom from other world religions,
Scientific truth and our own reasoning.

At the moment we are a group of about 40 people and we welcome new members.  We have a minister, Derek McCullough, who was one of the founder members of the fellowship.  Derek travels around the South Island giving services here in Christchurch and in Blenheim and Nelson.  He is happy to give more information over the phone (384 9099 or by email. For more information e-mail us or phone/fax on
+64 3 942 6022
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Unitarian Association)
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