We are a liberal religious congregation and a dynamic, caring community. We value the inherent worth and dignity of each person, regardless of who you are or whom you love, your family or personal circumstances, or the path your faith calls you to walk.

Unitarian Universalism is an open-minded religion which encourages people to seek their own spiritual path. We are united by shared values, not by creed or dogma. At GNUUC, you can nurture your spirit and put your faith into action to create a just and compassionate world.

Upcoming Services:                                          

Chris Ann Lunghino — Sunday, April 19

 “Climate Action: The Moral Imperative”

Fighting for climate action is a moral obligation: we must act now to leave our children and future generations a world that is safe and rich with opportunity and to protect our most vulnerable community members. Climate change is here and we're already seeing its impacts nationwide - more frequent and intense extreme weather events like Superstorm Sandy and the housing, food, and water shortages that come with them, financial hardship from increases in energy costs, heat-related illness and death, infectious diseases, and respiratory ailments. Often, low-income families, the elderly, and children are hit first and hardest by these climate change impacts.

Chris Ann Lunghino is the Sierra Club Beyond Coal Campaign Organizer for Tennessee. She holds a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center, a M.A. in Urban and REgional Planning from the University of California Irvine, and a B.A. in political science from Boston College. Her personal and professional mission is to create a culture that is committed to sustainability.

Service Coordinator: Arleen Yeager

Rev. Carmen Emerson — Sunday, April 26

"Life on the High-Wire of Faith"

Part One of a sermon on love, fear, and the necessary risks we take in sustaining and growing a beloved religious community. 

Rev. Carmen Emerson is the candidate to be GNUUC's settled minister. All are encouraged to come hear her first sermon at GNUUC!

Congregational Covenant 

We covenant together to make a welcoming community,
To walk together in the way of truth and love,
To seek the life of the spirit, as it is known by each person,
To support each other in thought, word, and deed,
As we work to build a better world.

Find out more about Greater Nasvhille UU.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to be:
a visible center for worship and religious education
a force for social justice and 
a diverse and welcoming community
distinguished by an emphasis on life-long learning and
on works of the imagination, especially music, poetry,
and the visual arts as sources of spiritual vitality.

Sunday Services & Fellowship

11:00am - 12:15pm: Worship Service

(Children attend the first 15 minutes)

11:15am - 12:15pm: Children's Religious Education

12:15pm - 1:15pm: Congregational Lunch

 Most of our facility is handicapped accessible.

To find out more about our upcoming services click Sunday Worship.

To find out more about Youth Religious Education click Children's Education.

Welcoming Congregation

We are a Welcoming Congregation, reaching out to bisexual, gay, lesbian and transgender people.

Community Life & Events

To see what we are up to click: GNUUC Community Life & Events.

To learn more about our outreach programs click: Social Responsibility.

To read our newsletter click: GNUUC Newsletter.

To view our Google calendar click: GNUUC Calendar.

To sign up for an email list click: Email Lists.

To contact us or get directions to our congregation, click: Contact Us

To find more information about our Interim Minister click: Minister.

To order Equal Exchange Fair Trade product from GNUUC, click Fair Trade Fundraiser.

To find out more about renting our facility click: Building Use.