Past Meetup

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Every week on Sunday

Unitarian Universalists of Visalia

120 N Hall St · Visalia, CA

How to find us

Meet with us in the "Guild Room" - accessed from the interior courtyard of the St. Paul's Episcopal church campus.

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Please Join Us on Sunday mornings at our new location!

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Visalia is a liberal faith community that is guided by a quest for truth and meaning, not by a set creed or dogma.

Unitarian Universalism is a faith that encourages and helps you to create your own spiritual path toward a life that promotes spiritual growth and justice, compassion, and equity.

We are united by love, tolerance, humanity, justice, and freedom. Our 7 core principles include the recognition of the basic worth and dignity of all people, a free and responsible search for truth and meaning, and respect for nature, universal human rights, economic justice, and a culture of peace.

We meet on Sundays at 11 AM
at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church – in the Guild Room:
120 N Hall St., Visalia, CA

(at intersection with Center St (one-way westbound)

Parking is on the east side of the building, accessed off of Center Ave. or from Park Street (turn from Main St.)

The Guild Room is located in the interior plaza of the church campus, next to the children's playground.

See our monthly newsletter for program topics. Dress is informal.

We invite you to join our meetup group to receive reminders of upcoming Sunday services!

Visit our website for more information:
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A potluck lunch follows the meeting at noon. We call this our "Langar." The Unitarian Universalist living tradition draws from many sources.At UU Visalia, our weekly communal meal is based on the Sikh spiritual practice of the Langar. The Langar or free community kitchen is a hallmark of the Sikh faith. It was established by the first Guru of Sikhism, Guru Nanak Dev Ji, around the year 1481. It is designed to uphold the principle of equality between all people of the world regardless of religion, caste, colour, creed, age, gender, or social status; to eliminate the extreme poverty in the world, and to bring about the birth of "caring communities." In addition to the ideals of equality, the tradition of Langar expresses the ethics of sharing, community, inclusiveness, and oneness of all humankind. "..the Light of God is in all hearts." (Guru GranthSahib, 282). So come with or without a dish to share, and enjoy a lunch following our worship service!