The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Los Gatos (UUFLG) invites everyone into our community, without regard to race, gender, age, color, national origin, ethnic background, socioeconomic status, marital status, disability, sexual orientation or gender identity.

We are a Welcoming Congregation, intentionally and openly taking steps to welcome into our community people of all sexual orientations and gender identities.|

Next Sunday

July 30, 2017
“I scream! You scream! We all scream for ice cream!”

Our guest speaker for the July 30 Service, Amy Ettinger, will speak about one of our favorite summer treats – ICE CREAM! Her book Sweet Spot: An Ice Cream Binge Across America, was recently released. In the book, she channels her ice-cream obsession, scouring the United States for the best artisanal brands and delving into the surprising history of ice cream. During her journey, she attends an immersive ice-cream boot camp, bears witness to the vicious turf wars among ice-cream trucks, and samples extreme flavors like foie gras and oyster. Along the way,  she encounters larger-than-life characters and uncovers what’s really behind America’s favorite frozen treats.

Amy Ettinger is an essayist, journalist and editor. She has written for the New York Times, New York magazine, The Washington PostSalon and the Huffington Post.

Please stay after the service for a free ice cream social on the deck.

Stronger Together


To make our world better, each of us must celebrate and share our unique gifts to discover new ways to nurture our planet. As curious, spiritually independent people, our Fellowship strives to provide an open and supportive environment to explore the creativity, strength and wisdom within the diverse experiences and aspirations of each of us. We discover joy and meaning in this type of religious community. And by working together, we strengthen our connections.

Join us at a Sunday morning service at 10:30. Our children’s spiritual development classes also begin at 10:30. We have classes for nursery, elementary and middle school ages.

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