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The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Bozeman (MT) is an intentionally liberal religious congregation with a long and rich history of social justice driven by our religious, spiritual, moral and ethical beliefs. We value our life together as a community, strive to care for one another, and to support one another in the free and responsible search for truth and meaning in our lives. If you are new, please see the Visitors page to learn more about our congregation and what to expect at a Sunday Service.
UUFB Mission Statement
The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Bozeman is a liberal religious community of diverse beliefs, bound together by shared values. Our active practice is to:
Rev. Duffy Peet, began his ministry at UUFB in August of 2016. He is delighted that UUFB called him, which allowed him to return to Montana, where he had lived prior to entering theological school. He is an ordained UU minister in full fellowship with the UUA.
Information about contacting Rev. Duffy is available by clicking here.
Regular Sunday Services are at 10:00 a.m. The Fellowship's temporary meeting location through February 26, 2017 will be at Eagle Mount, located at 6901 Goldenstein Lane, Bozeman, MT while the UUFB building is being remodeled. Click here for a map.
Beginning March 5, 2017, Sunday services will be held at 10:00 a.m. at Christus Collegium, 714 S 8th Ave, Bozeman, MT, until our building remodel is completed.
Click here for a map.