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Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Mendocino Coast

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The Mendocino UU Fellowship suspended regular Sunday services and activities as of August 2011.

Welcome. We hope and plan for a renewed and Fellowship in the future. In the meantime, please contact Chris or Buffy Maple, (707) 937-1434, for further information and/or to share your interest in creating a new Fellowship.

Our former lay leader, Rick Childs, stepped aside to help allow a new Fellowship to come into being, with new energy and leadership. Rick will be happy to offer any assistance with any new UU endeavor and to be available to anyone who'd like spiritual assistance. His Spirituality Essays, written during his leadership tenure, are available on this website. Rick may be contacted at or at (707) 964-1722.

This is the web site for Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Mendocino Coast. We are the only Unitarian Universalist congregation in Mendocino County.

The Unitarian Universalist Church, of which we are a part, is a liberal religion dating from 322 AD. We believe there are many paths to spiritual enlightenment, and that only individuals can determine what is spiritually true for themselves, based on their own conscience, reasoning, and experience. We promote an active spiritual life "in the here and now" as our primary purpose.

We pride ourselves on each person having different religious beliefs, yet coming together to support one another's growth. We welcome everyone, regardless of color, age, income, sexual orientation, or physical ability. Come in and read a little about us.

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Mendocino Coast
P.O. Box 1145, Mendocino, CA 95460
(707) 937-1434

Serving Albion, Caspar, Comptche, Elk, Fort Bragg, Gualala, Little River, Mendocino, Navarro, Philo, Rockport, Westport and inland Mendocino County.

Questions about our Fellowship? Ask Buffy Maple or Chris Maple

Questions about our web site? Ask Ted Pack: