Welcome to Westside UU Church!
We are a church where you are free to pursue your own spiritual path in an atmosphere of warmth and acceptance. In our community, what you believe is less important than how your beliefs guide your interactions with others and the world. We also strive to create a place where children can develop their ethics and principles without prescribed dogma.
Westside UU is a young and thriving church located just south of downtown Fort Worth, on 901 Page Avenue, 76110. We are united by a covenant of care, mutual respect, and the freedom to independently search for truth and meaning. Be you theist, agnostic, humanist, or atheist, we strive to provide a full program of activities that will nourish your spirit and stimulate your mind.
Membership in our church is open to any person 18 years or older who is in sympathy with our purposes and programs and with the Seven Principles of Unitarian Universalism. It is specifically understood that membership is open to all qualified persons regardless of race, color, sex, disability, affectional or sexual orientation, gender, gender expression, age, or national origin.
Westside is delighted to have Rev. Don Strickland as our minister. Learn more about Rev. Strickland here. If you'd like to see him in action, you can watch recordings of his reflections on our YouTube page.
Sundays, So Much to Like
Services are held every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Attendees are expected to follow our COVID-19 procedures, which currently include optional masking. You can watch our services live on Facebook or watch recordings on YouTube.
- Adult Forum meets at 9am in person and on Zoom to discuss current events.
- Children and youth enjoy fun and thoughtful programs in personal development, critical thinking, and religious literacy.
- After church, people gather for fellowship in our Fellowship Hall or in the recently updated courtyard.
- Information on how to watch our services online is in the blue box on this page.
Our church always has a LOT going on, including book clubs, dinner gatherings, and social justice work. And did we mention our incredible children's religious education program? The best way to keep up with everything is by receiving our weekly emails. Just click here to subscribe.
Reflection from our most recent Sunday service
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June 4 - Recognizing the Winter in which we live
It is not typical for Unitarian Universalists to speak of prophets. And making future predictions would be uncommon among the myriad perspectives found in the UU Church. This Sunday our minister, Don Strickland, will explore an American prophesy and how it may shape our understanding of the present.
The Sunday service begins at 10:30. Watch it live on Facebook or see a recording on our YouTube page.
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