We are a community of people who like to question the norms while growing spiritually through discourse and action. We are agnostics, humanists, atheists, Christians, Jews, Buddhists, Muslims, followers of indigenous, Earth-based, and alternative traditions, and we come together to learn from one another and to enrich our lives with meaning, ethics, and acts of social responsibility.
Come, nurture your spirit through free discourse, song, and meditation or prayer. Offer your children the opportunity to develop their personal moral structure and spiritual path through socially conscious activities and studies of world philosophies, traditions and religions. Put your values to work through volunteer opportunities to serve others, advocate for social justice, and care for our beloved planet.
Come, reconnect with your spiritual side on your own terms, and in the loving and mindful embrace of a vibrant community.
Watch the Speaker
of the UUG January Gathering
Andre du Plessis
"Born Free and Equal in Dignity and Rights:
LGBTI Persons and Faith"
Support UUG: Donate
Next Spiritual Gathering
Sunday, 15 March 2015
17:00 Quaker House
Pastor, theologian, counselor, life-coach, workshop and retreat leader
Why am I on this earth? What is the meaning of life? And how do I go on this journey of discovery, finding my niche, my unique contribution?
Child Dedication Ceremony
At this month's gathering, UUG will be welcoming a new little member into our community and celebrating this new ray of hope and spark of the divine amongst us! Join us for this special occasion, and if you want to learn more about "Child Dedications", go here.
Signs of Spring Walk
Sunday March 1 2015
Lovers of nature, join UUG for a walk
through Geneva' s Botanical Garden
to look for the first signs of spring.
The group meets at 2pm at the entrance #2 (click for map) ave.de la Paix, (up the hill from the Lake towards Secheron train station) to the Jardin Botanique. We will walk for 1 hr. RSVP here.
Serve Meals to Those in Need
Saturday, March 28
9:30 - 14:00
At UUG, we live our values because we recognise that, as Molli Marti says, "Helping others is not only a responsibility of life; it is what gives meaning to life."
If you are 10 years old or older, join us on 28 March for a few hours at Le Caré, one of the great charities of Geneva, to cook for and feed those in need. Details and sign-up forms are available here.