DSC_0070Welcome to the Mount Mansfield Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

We are a liberal, lay-led religious community open to all.

We are a small group of open, compassionate individuals. Though we come from many religious and cultural backgrounds, we’re united by our search for spiritual meaning, and by our devotion to improving the world in which we live.

Our beloved sanctuary is a converted barn in Jericho, VT. We hold services on the second and fourth Sundays each month from September and through June.

We believe faith is not confined to a building; time spent with loved ones or on projects can be as spiritual as any service.

We’re continuously striving to build an open, welcoming community. Our fellowship welcomes individuals of all ages, abilities, and skin colors. We are Unitarian Universalist, but also Buddhist, Christian, Jewish, Humanist, agnostic, atheistic, and more.

Some of us have been Unitarian Universalists for our whole lives; others are still figuring out what those two words mean.

MMUUF is a lay-led congregation.

We were started by Jericho residents as a local alternative to the First Unitarian Universalist Society of Burlington, on Church Street.


Unitarian Universalism supports many social justice movements. For example, Unitarian Universalism has been on the forefront of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer inclusion for more than 40 years. We support the Black Lives Matter movement and we strive to be active stewards of our planet.

Children are the lifeblood of our fellowship.

The beginning of every service is kid-friendly, and usually features a children’s book or story.

We offer Religious Education programs for every age group; on a given Sunday, you might find the 3rd graders learning about ancient Greek mythology, the 7th graders discussing healthy relationships in our progressive sexual education program, or the high schoolers planning an event to raise money for refugee families.

We’re dedicated to supporting members and visitors alike, through both joyful times and sorrowful times.

We welcome you: your whole self, with all your truths and your doubts, your worries and your hopes. Join us on this extraordinary adventure of faith – we’ll see you on Sunday!