The CLF is the Church of the Larger Fellowship (CLF), a Unitarian Universalist congregation without walls. Our 3,500 members, with their children, live all over the world. What brings us together is the desire to connect, seek, share and grow. You are welcome here whether you are a CLF member or not. Take your time, get to know us.
We believe that life is a gift, and that the sacred is to be found in all aspects of life.
We believe that children are born holy and do not need someone else to save their souls. We each are responsible to save our own souls, and because our souls are intertwined with one another, this involves caring for the common good.
We are people who believe that faith is not about doctrine or creed, and that the Spirit of Life cannot be adequately described by any name—though we use every name and no name.
We are atheists and Christians, Buddhists and Jews, agnostics and Hindus, who know that no metaphor or story of the holy is big enough to truly hold what is holy. We are people who value diversity: of opinion, of culture, of language, of life experience, of spiritual practice.
We are people of every race, gender, sexual orientation, ability, nationality, political stripe, economic status.
We draw meaning from science, from art, from poetry, from sacred texts, from the world around us, from one another, and from our own experiences in life. We are people who value action: acts for justice, acts for equality, acts of kindness, acts of self-care, acts of stewardship of the planet.
We are people who believe that the measure of a life well lived is the love that is carried in the hearts of those who knew us.Whatever route has brought you here, and whatever the path you walk with us, we are glad that you are here!
The Church of the Larger Fellowship has a rich and interesting history. Read on to learn more.
Board of Directors
The Church of the Larger Fellowship is run by a Board of Directors and Nominating Committee. Please meet them.