The members of UUFC have worked for decades to create a beautiful spiritual home in Clemson. We would be pleased to share that beauty with you.
Our sanctuary is designed to feel reverent and intimate while accomodating the natural beauty that surrounds us.
All four corners are appointed with floor to ceiling windows with views of our large flower gardens. The steeple is surrounded in large windows which provide a clear view of the sky and provide copious amounts of natural light.
Our flexible seating may be arranged for intimate services or to accommodate up to XX guests.
The sanctuary is equipped with livestreaming and video recording equipment to share your event with those who can not physically attend for whatever reason. Please feel free to discuss your needs so that we can determine availability.
Please note that only ceremonial food and drink are allowed in the sanctuary.
Our original sanctuary now functions as our social hall. We are able to comfortably accommodate around 70 guests.
Use of the kitchen is available in accordance with the Kitchen Use guidelines.
Built in 1935, the Founders' House was donated by the founding members of our congregation as the original meeting place of our Fellowship.
Primarily serving as the Fellowship office and with additional meeting space, the Founders' House offers a full kitchen and open dining area, as well as an airy common area.
The Founders' House is available for small receptions and meetings.