Unitarian Universalist Church of Lexington, KY


We are building a caring community, open to all, that treasures free thought, joyful celebration, life-long learning and generous service.

OUR Mission

We live our U.U. values by acting for human dignity and equality and environmental justice for all creatures.

OUR Purpose

We welcome all without regard to race, creed, age, economic status, physical ability, gender expression, or sexual orientation. These are some of the categories that have divided, rather than united, people of faith.

Please Join Us for Our Sunday Service. The theme for October is Hospitality (Reformation).

Childcare available for infants and toddlers starting at 9:00 AM on Sundays

Sunday, October 29, 11:00 AM "My Conscience is Captive"
Worship Leader: Rev. Brian Chenowith



Every gift, large or small, makes a difference. Help us to live our values as we continue to be a beacon of light for liberal, progressive religion and values in Central Kentucky. Here’s how you can help:


UUCL Game Night

Thursday, October 26, Fellowship Hall, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Do you like to play games? Board games, card games, word games… Bring a game and a friend and join your fellow game players for an evening of fun. Some games will be provided, so if you don’t have anything you want to share, just bring yourself! Contact: Erika Emrick, erikaemrick@gmail.com

New Member Orientation

Sunday, Oct. 29, Purple Classroom, 12:30 PM - Please attend if you plan to become a UUCL member at the Ingathering Service on Nov. 5. Contact: Steve Stone and Linda Porter, membership@uucl.org.

Upcoming Worship Services

Sunday, November 5, 11:00 AM

To the Old Churchyard

Workship Leader: Rev. Brian Chenowith

Sunday, November 12, 11:00 AM

A Wounded Faith

Worship Leader: Rev. Brian Chenowith

About our church

Our church was designed by noted architect Herb Greene and is situated on 7.5 acres of green in Lexington, Kentucky.  The largest Unitarian Universalist church in the region, UUCL has been a constant voice for religious tolerance and education for more than sixty-five years.


About our faith

Unitarian Universalism has its roots in Protestant Christian theology but affirms the wisdom and value of all faiths as well as the importance of intellectual inquiry. In our churches, no one is asked to ascribe to any creed; each of us finds Truth in our own way, and each of us is responsible for our own journey. We come together so that we may learn from each other, and so that we may share our joys and our sorrows along the way.