How Does Your Garden Grow?

Very well, thank you.  LUUF continues to support the Wayne Interfaith Network food pantry with donations of fresh organic produce.

Friday Night Folksy Fun!

On Friday, Sept. 18th, the LUUF sanctuary was reverberating with the music of The DeMasi Brothers.

Their original folk songs and familiar favorites made for an entertaining and uplifting concert that had the audience singing along!    With Joseph on guitar and John on guitar and fiddle, they brought their unique musical experience full of humor, intellect and poignancy to the performance.  


Our community welcomes you, and your family.

Join us every Sunday for provocative programs featuring music, meditation, fellowship and spiritual connection.

231 Parish DrivE 

Wayne, NJ 07470
(973) 696-1063 

Guiding Principles

 Unitarian Universalist congregations affirm and promote seven Principles, which we hold as strong values and moral guides. We live out these Principles within a “living tradition” of wisdom and spirituality, drawn from sources as diverse as science, poetry, scripture, and personal experience.

Celebrating Equality

LUUF honors the Supreme Court ruling on marriage rights with flying colors.

Unitarian Universalism

​Unitarian Universalism is a liberal tradition in which congregants are encouraged to find the commonality and truth in many religious teachings while fostering strong roots in community and service.  

Sunday, Oct. 4th     11:00 AM


Guest Minister:  Rev. Heidi Swarts

Guest minister Reverend Heidi Swarts discusses “Spirituality for the Skeptic” during the 11 a.m. service on Oct. 4. 
Rev. Swarts says, “By now people are familiar with famous atheists such as Richard Dawkins (The God Delusion) and Christopher Hitchens (God Is Not Great) who launch full-scale attacks on religion. However, when atheist philosopher Robert C. Solomon tires of the dry, technical logic of today’s academic philosophy, and its refusal to examine the big questions, he doesn’t throw out the baby with the bathwater. He neither becomes a religion-basher nor a true believer. What’s his version of a middle ground? Find out in Sunday’s sermon ‘Spirituality for the Skeptic,’ based on Solomon’s book of the same name. Consider what you, and the many Americans who describe themselves as ‘spiritual but not religious,’ can learn from his specific concept of spirituality, and how it handles the big questions we all have about life.”​