Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Somerset Hills Sunday Service

The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Somerset Hills is a liberal religious community of enthusiastic, compassionate people of all ages. We are dedicated to the spiritual growth of our members and friends, and we provide caring service to our neighbors near and far. All are welcome here, regardless of race, creed, cultural background, spiritual beliefs, or sexual identity.

If you seek a religious home in Somerset County where your questions are encouraged, where reason and faith complement each other, and where the wisdom of many beliefs is honored, this may be the place for you. Please explore our site (http://uucsh.org) to learn more about our Worship Service and our Religious Exploration.

Contact Information
  1. 908-927-0601
  2. uucsh@uucsh.org
Sun, August 25
10:00 am — 10:00 am
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The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Somerset Hills is a liberal religious community of enthusiastic, compassionate people of all ages. We are dedicated to the spiritual growth of our members and friends, and we provide caring service to our neighbors near and far. All are welcome here, regardless of race, creed, cultural background, spiritual beliefs, or sexual identity.

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