The First Universalist Society of Hartland Four Corners, founded in 1802, is a friendly and energetic Unitarian Universalist church community.
We are a historic faith tradition built on the Unitarian values of freedom, reason, and tolerance, and the Universalist values of faith, hope, and love. Like our forebears in this community and beyond, we honor both depth and diversity of faith.
We are people from many walks of life, who hold many different views and beliefs. We have no creed or test of faith, and we welcome people who hold a variety of theological orientations.
Many of us identify with a religious affiliation including Christian, Jewish, Islam, Buddhist, and Earth-Centered traditions. Others of us consider ourselves agnostic, humanist, or atheist. Still others of us identify simply as mystics, or as spiritual, or seeking, or “hopeful but unsure.”
Together we are Unitarian Universalists, committed to a free faith, to engaging with our spirits and our world, and to working to build the beloved community as best we can, here in this life, while we are alive.
Our mission is to build connections, to search for truth and meaning, and to strengthen community, here in our church, in our region and the wider world.
The focus of our faith is reflected in our covenant which we affirm each week:
Love is the doctrine of this church,
the quest for truth its sacrament,
and service its prayer.
Please join us for worship and religious education for children
every Sunday at 10:00 am (except the Sunday after Christmas, when we take a break!).
Whether as a member, a seeker, or simply a visitor, we invite you to share in the worship, work, and celebrations of our religious community!