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The Unitarian
Universalists of
Gettysburg is a
member of the Joseph Priestly District of the Unitarian Universalist Association.

We welcome all people to our church, regardless of religious background, political persuasion, sexual orientation, ethnicity, class, or disability.

Our church is a religious community that inspires the mind and spirit, honors religious freedom, and embraces diversity. Our members minister to each other with love and work for a just society.

First Friday Art Exhibit (Nov. 6, 2015)

“The power of a simple image to capture the human spirit reminds us that immigrants, seemingly so foreign and unlike us, are really exactly like us. Could be me. Could be you.” Deepa Fernandez describes the essence of this exhibition of photographs taken by Jorge C. Pérez-Rico of migrant and immigrant families living in Adams County, Pennsylvania. The photographs reveal the importance of faith, family and the basic humanity that binds us all together – regardless of language culture or politics. As we see ourselves in the portraits from birthday parties, schools, homes and farms, we’re encouraged to think about the dreams and struggles of our neighbors as well as new solutions to the ongoing immigration debate in our country.

This exhibition is created in partnership between Casa de la Cultura and Lincoln Intermediate Unit No. 12 Migrant Education Technology Center for Adults and Families and the Center for Public Service at Gettysburg College. Special thanks to the Pennsylvania Department of Education, PA Migrant Education and 21st Century, Adams County Arts Council Education Center, Deepa Fernandez, Dickinson College, Friends of Farmworkers Inc., and Saint Francis Xavier Church.

Although the show will go up the beginning of Oct. the wine and cheese reception will not be held until the first Fri. in Nov. (11/6) as usual from 5-7pm.


This is an informal group that meets the 4th Thursday of each month from 10am to 1pm at Pru Reichart's home. Join us for artistic camaraderie. Members bring their own lunch or a dish to share. The group enjoys lunch between 12pm and 1pm.  No Crafters in October, November, and December.

UUG Book Club

The UUG Book Club will meet December 10th at 6:30pm in our sanctuary. Under discussion will be "A Singular Mission" by Judith Campbell, available in paperback. In "A Singular Mission", we see how a UU minister might see her role in a UU church, even when the situation is potentially threatening. Visitors are welcome to book club discussions and new members are particularly welcome.


November 2015 Services

Nov. 1, 2015

Day of the Dead/All Souls

UUG's Women Spirit Circle

Nov 8, 2015

Cultural Rights of Immigrant Communities

La Casa de la Cultura

Nov. 15, 2015

How This Unitarian Universalist Reads the Bible

Rev. Dave Hunter

Nov. 22, 2015

Thanksgiving? What For?

Rev. Kathryn Pfaltzgraf

Nov. 29, 2015


Don Redman

  December 2015 Services  
12/6/15 Celebrating Our Witness Carol Stowell, with playback players
12/13/25 What Is Religion? And Why Bother? Rev. Dave Hunter
12/20/15 Yes! Rev. Kerry Mueller
12/27/15 Burning Bowl service Joanne Nicholson and Linda Noble

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