The Unitarian Universalist Campus Ministry (UUCM) is part of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Clemson. The UUCM strives to bring together students, staff and faculty who are seeking a liberal religious community. The projects and activities of the UUCM are determined primarily by its student membership and may include service projects, sponsorship of campus speakers, attending workshopsand seminars, and other functions to support the seven principles of Unitarian Universalism.
The purpose of the Unitarian Universalist Campus Ministry is to provide Clemson University students with a liberal religious community. This community welcomes religious seekers and questioners. The foundational principles of the UUCM are based on the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) principles, but no member is required to be a member of the UUA. UUCM members will strive to:•acknowledge the inherent worth and dignity of every person;•seek justice, equity and compassion in human relations;•accept each other and encourage spiritual growth within our covenant community;•continue our free and responsible searches for truth and meaning;•honor the right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within UUCM and within the society at large;•work toward the goal of world community with peace, liberty, and justice for all and•respect the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part.UUCM members will celebrate together the diversity within our community and within life itself.
Religious/FaithMeeting Day: 2nd and 4th Sundays of the Month
Meeting Location: Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Clemson
Primary Contact: Rev. Terre
Contact Email: email@example.com
UUFC Campus Community
Searching for truth, Supporting each other, Welcoming to all!
The UUFC Campus Community is a group of young adults from Clemson University and the surrounding communities. However, we welcome visitors of all ages, too.
Our group creates a space for individuals to search for their own truth and meaning. We include people from all sorts of religious backgrounds. Some of us are life long Unitarian Universalists. Some of us discovered Unitarian Universalism later on. Some of us still identify with other religious traditions or no religion at all. All levels of commitment are welcome to join us.
We believe that religious and personal truths are best found within the context of a loving community that encourages our questions, challenges our assumptions, and deepens our gifts. The Unitarian Universalist tradition is radically inclusive, centered on creating justice in the world and committed to the freedom of each person to find meaning in life without dogmatic constraints. We don't claim to have all the answers to lifes greatest questions because we believe that everyone has a right to their own answers. In this spirit, we come together to be inspired rather than indoctrinated. We don't have to think alike to love alike.
The binding force behind our group and behind liberal religion in general is the value of community. Searching for truth with the support of other free thinkers is one way that we find hope and healing in the world.