We are a growing community of young and old, of gay and straight, from across the area, working to make a difference here on the central coast. Join us for a Sunday worship, for a community gathering, or for a lifetime. Our Fellowship is a Welcoming Congregation. Every week we begin with these words:

You are welcome here no matter your age, your size,
the color of your eyes, your hair, your skin.
You are welcome here no matter whom you love,
how you speak, or whatever your abilities.
You are welcome here no matter how you arrived--
with others or alone.
You are welcome here whether you come
with laughter in your heart or tears.
If you come with an open mind, a loving heart,
and willing hands, you are welcome here.


Worship services and children's Religious Exploration classes are held every Sunday at 11am at 2201 Lawton Avenue, San Luis Obispo.

Our Mission

To deepen connections by
Nurturing spiritual growth
Practicing justice and
Inspiring joy

Our Covenant

Holding this community dear and inspired by our common principles, we covenant to:

Respect and trust each other. Accept our differences and shortcomings. Practice patience, compassion and empathy. Listen deeply; speak truthfully. Be honest and authentic. Support the congregation with our presence, participation and financial gifts. Celebrate our life together.

What’s Happening

Upcoming Services

August 24 – Enough Said - A “quotation” inscribed upon the new Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial provoked controversy upon its presentation.  “I was a drum major for peace.”  Isn’t that what he said?  Isn’t it close enough?  And how important is it that we get the words exactly right.  We’ll take a look at some famous quotations: what they said; what we say they said; and what it means. Rev. Rod Richards

August 31 – I’m Just Being Honest - How have you heard this phrase used?  How have you used it?  Does it mean what it says?  Or is it possibly hiding another intention? Rev Rod Richards

September 7 – If You Should Choose to Accept Me - “Acceptance” shows up again and again as a word used to describe why people join our community.  It is a powerful testament to what we offer…do we fully realize its potential? Rev Rod Richards

September 14 – It Is Written - One of the differences UUs have from some other traditions is the way in which we read “scriptures” from those traditions.  How do we understand those who embrace “the literal truth” of their holy texts?  How might they understand us? Rev. Rod Richards

Upcoming Events

My Last SermonTime: 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Annual AuctionTime: 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Women's RetreatTime: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm