Welcome to the Unitarian Society of Ridgewood, a place where you will find inspiration in the richness of diverse beliefs and the power of community.
For over 100 years, we have offered a caring religious community — and a great place for adults and children to find fellowship, inspiration, and a deeper meaning to life. We welcome and respect difference and diversity, and encourage personal spiritual growth and social action.
Of particular interest to newcomers may be the following: Connections, Adult Religious Education classes, and the Social Responsibilities Council, which maintains a table during coffee hour and is a hub of activity. A Newcomers Breakfast is offered a few times each year – new members and regular attendees alike are welcome to come and find out more about Unitarian Universalism. We offer regularly scheduled films on social justice issues, exceptional concerts and art exhibitions. And during the springtime the interfaith Softball League is another way to meet new people and have some fun in the process.
Other opportunities to get involved include:
- Racial Justice Committee
- Annual Service Auction
- Book Group (One Book USR)
- Fellowship Feast
- LIFFT (Lively, Interactive Food For Thought)
- Peace and Justice Committee
- Religious Education Program for Children, Youth & Adults
- Reproductive Justice Committee
- Zen Meditation
Our Resource Handbook contains a complete list of USR activities and committees. Please feel free to pick up a copy for further details and contact information.