The Unitarian Universalist Church of the Verdugo Hills is a progressive and inclusive community dedicated to respecting the inherent worth and dignity of everyone. Our Sunday services and weekly events are designed to inspire, educate, reassure, provoke, and even entertain. We look forward to meeting you!
Join us in our high-gabled, woody sanctuary for Sunday services featuring UU ministers, educators, artists, scientists, activists, authors, musicians, skeptics, true believers, provocateurs, philosophers, free thinkers, and other adventurers, rebels, and good troublemakers.
And (unless otherwise noted), the first Sunday of each month features a congregant-led discussion, followed by a potluck, in our downstairs "Friendship Hall," emphasizing the fellowship structure of our UU community.
Plus, there is always coffee (UUs love their coffee).
A unique and delightful experience, the Verdugo HUUT (pronounced "hoot") has brought musicians, comedians, and storytellers (as well as puppeteers and bagpipers, who exist in a realm of their own) here to our sanctuary at the top of Los Angeles since 2018. The L.A. Times calls the HUUT "hilarious!" and "a compelliung experience!" in the same sentence!
Presented eight times a year (February, March, April, May, June, September, October, and December), the HUUT is recommended for audiences above 13. Our performers love playing here because audiences stay for the whole show.
Join us September 16 for a night of brand new music by some of our favorite people. The festivities are hosted by Marty Barrett.
“...a free and responsible search for truth and meaning.”