Universalist Unitarian Church Of Joliet

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  • Address: 3401 W Jefferson St, Joliet, IL 60431, USA, United States
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  • Phone: +1-8157449020
  • Tags: Church, Religious Site, Family And Kids

The Universalist Unitarian Church Of Joliet comprises of the oldest congregations in Illinois with roots of the Universalists. Regardless of gender, caste, race, ethnicity, beliefs, age and background, the Universalist Unitarian Church Of Joliet welcomes all its visitors with open heart and entering here, you will see that the foundation of the church is Love. The church family is inclusive and appreciating towards its visitors and seeks to help them in their search for truth. The Sunday Morning Worship Service takes place at 10.30 am at the church sanctuary, where people from all doctrines namely Buddhism, Paganism, Islam, Hinduism, Atheism, Judaism, Daoism, Humanism and Christianity gather together to enrich their spiritual faith.

How to Reach Universalist Unitarian Church Of Joliet

  • Bus 501 to stop - Jefferson St & Houbolt Rd

  • Universalist Unitarian Church Of Joliet Address: 3401 W Jefferson St, Joliet, IL 60431, USA, United States
  • Universalist Unitarian Church Of Joliet Contact Number: +1-8157449020
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Universalist Unitarian Church Of Joliet Reviews & Ratings

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  • The congregation is very friendly and welcoming. The speaker/minister varies each week with a few individuals that repeat often. There is a religious instruction group for the children but it, Lee shuts down during the summer months and picks up again in the fall. This congregation is looking to move to a new building soon, but I do not know when

  • Nice folks

  • This is a congregation welcoming people of all backgrounds, cultures, sexual orientation and any gender. It's a small community that finds meaning and joy in pursuing the search for truth with a commitment to service. Non-theists will feel comfortable in this non-dogmatic faith tradition, as will theists who value the freedom to discover and share their individual journey in faith.

  • Welcoming congregation

  • Refuse to enter this worthless and retarded place. The board members immorally banned me due to my personal social media, which is totally outside of their organization and none of their business; they are scum. Go somewhere else and make sure you give them no money and/or time, so they're forced to close their doors.

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