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Welcome to Groveland UU!

We are a small, lay led community with
strong roots and many branches..

Mission: Groveland is a mutually supportive and inclusive community, which fosters individual spiritual growth and inspires its members to do good works in the world.

Vision: We, the members of Groveland Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, shall live our faith in a welcoming, inclusive congregation that provides a safe community for spiritual exploration and operates in accordance with the principles and traditions of Unitarian Universalism. Groveland welcomes seekers on their spiritual journeys.

Sunday Services: Our Services are held at 10:00 at the Interfaith Action of Greater St. Paul building (formerly the St Paul Area Council of Churches) at 1671 Summit Ave. in St. Paul, MN 55105.

Our mailing address:
Groveland UU Fellowship
PO Box 40011
St. Paul, MN 55104

Accessibility: Ours is a wheelchair accessible building, with handicapped parking behind the building.

Families with children: Families with children aged 8 and up are invited to attend the service.

Our Next Presentation

Sunday, March 26, 2017

The Spiritual Work of Saving our Environment
with Maryah Wolszon

Maryah Wolszon will share information about some important organizations in the Twin Cities that support the spiritual work of protecting our environment. She will talk personally about her involvement with the Womenís Congress, an organization that is gearing up to present itís third Womenís Congress with guest speakers coming from all over the world. The Congress will be held in the Twin Cities.

Maryah will also talk about what is going on at the Sierra Club, MN350, Pacha Mama, Northern Sustainable Solutions and Save The Boundary Waters.

Fellowship members are invited to share information about what environmental organizations they like and why.

Maryah is a retired educator, who taught reading and language arts to children with learning disabilities. She then moved to doing advocacy work, helping parents receive an appropriate education for their children. Maryah developed curriculum and trainings for schools concerning abuse and neglect and taught families from different cultures about parenting in America. Maryah is also a past co-chair of Groveland Fellowship.