Welcome to Unitarian Universalism!

From the Mission Statement

We are an accepting, diverse and joyful spiritual community.  Through fellowship, we put our principles of justice and compassion into action, serving as a catalyst for love, respect and understanding.

Please take time to explore this Web site to find out more about who we are and what we do! Click here to read Rev. Kim’s sermons.

Upcoming Services for 2018

  • June 17 — Flower Communion Service, with Rev. Kim D. Wilson — and immediately after service —  UUFP’s Annual Picnic.   Our own barbeque master, Bob Wahl, will be once again be at the grill.  Please bring a dish to share. Open to all UUFP members, family, friends and group participants.
  • June 24 — Learned Optimism, Based on Research, with Wemarra Lichty — and immediately after service — UUFP’s Social Justice Committee will meet.  We will discuss what issues of social concern the committee would like to focus on.  Please contact Susan Odessky, Social Justice Coordinator, at susanhodessky@hotmail.com, if you are interested in joining the committee or just join us on the 24th.  All members and friends are welcome!
  • July 1 — Sharing Sunday, with Ken LeSure
  • July 8 — The Gift of Cancer, with Mark Lichty

July 1 is Sharing Sunday!

If you have a short (3-4 minute) performance of poetry, music, drama, mime, magic, or ? that you would like to share with the congregation, contact Ken LeSure – ken.lesure@gmail.com or phone (570) 236-5676.

Come Join Us On Sunday

The Program Committee is always looking for members and friends to present programs or lead Discussion Sundays throughout the year.  If you are interested, please contact the new Program Committee chairs, Ken LeSure (ken.lesure@gmail.com) and David Learn (learndavid@gmail.com).

Where are we located?


118 Knight Street
Stroudsburg, PA 18360
Phone:  570-730-4122

Contact Us for More Information

When is the Sunday Service?

10:00 a.m. eastern time

What do we wear?

Come dressed as you’re comfortable! Business casual, jeans. Summer shorts and T-shirts, winter sweaters and boots. Children should wear comfortable clothes. We have a variety of activities for children, which on any given day might include playing with art supplies or going outside.

Where do we park?

Parking is available in front of the church and also behind the church in the parking lot.  Please leave the parking spaces closest to the church free for those who may have difficulty walking. Our building is wheelchair accessible.

And, after the Service?

Following the Service, we invite all to stay for refreshments and conversation. Have questions about Unitarian Universalism?  Come on by!

All are welcome! Please join us!