About the UUFC
Learn more about the UUFC, from the freedom that fosters religious exploration and moves the congregation forward, to the proud history that anchors them to the community.
Our Covenant, Mission and Vision
The UUFC is a faith movement whose affirmation reads:
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.
-- UUFC Congregation
The UUFC Memorial Garden is a simple, dignified meditation garden set aside as a place where cremated remains (cremains) may be placed directly into the earth, where people may gather for reflection, prayer, or meditation, and where the church community may gather or host occasions for fellowship or celebration.
In 1950 John and Myra Bregger and Ray and Muriel Rutledge joined with ten Unitarians in Greenville to form the Unitarian Fellowship of Greenville. For a time the two couples journeyed to Greenville, but eventually there were enough Unitarians in Clemson to organize the Unitarian Fellowship of Clemson, South Carolina in March 1954 with twelve charter members. Meetings were held in the homes of various members.
The UUFC is a member of the Southeast Region of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA).