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We are a progressive spiritual community that celebrates a tolerant and thoughtful search for spiritual meaning. We hope you will find a home with us.

Whatever your age, gender, social background, orientation, gender identity or ethnic origin, you are welcome here.


We gather together in a spirit of love,
With justice as our guide.

This is our chosen covenant:

To dwell together in peace,
To seek the truth with freedom,
And to care for one another.

Sunday 10:30 A.M.

Slowing Down the Holiday Rush

It seems more and more each year, the holiday season gets busier and the marketing comes earlier. All around us is the machine of consumerism. We can buy happiness and gift-wrap it, right? Lets explore how can we pull the plug on this machine and remain joyful in this busy holiday season.

Join us in our time together as we discuss a varied spiritual and secular topics accompanied by music and followed by social hour.

Our Principles

Love and Happiness


The inherent worth & dignity of every person.

Teenage Students Raising Hands


The right of conscience & the use of the democratic process within our congregation & society at large.



Justice, equity & compassion
in human relations.

Traveling By Bus


The goal of world community with peace, liberty and justice for all.

A Supportive Hug


Acceptance of one another & encouragement to spiritual growth in our congregations.

Calves in Nature


Respect for the interdependent web of existence, of which we are all a part.



A free & responsible search for truth & meaning.

Street Fashion

Proposed 8th Principle


We accept and affirm people of all sexualities and gender identities.

Green Sanctuary

We celebrate the environment in our congregation and in society and support Climate Justice.

Pledge to
End Racism

We are a founding Congregation of the Clemson Area Pledge to End Racism. Together, we facilitate and participate in activities to identify racism and create racial equity.


We actively participate in programs that support immigrants and refugees in our communities.