With these words, the members of Northern Hills Fellowship come together each Sunday morning to celebrate religious freedom and diversity, to help each other on our spiritual journeys, to share our joys and sorrows, and to experience fellowship with others who respect and accept us.
We're a diverse group, but we share many warm friendships. Our congregation of around 100 members consists of both young and old, singles and families with children, new members as well as those who helped found our congregation in over 50 years ago.
Although more members of our congregation have been raised in a Protestant religion than in any other religion, we have sizable numbers of those with Roman Catholic, Jewish, and Hindu backgrounds, as well as lifelong Unitarian Univeralists.
Our members currently identify themselves across a wide range of spiritual orientations: Mysticism, Humanism, Feminist Theology, Agnosticism, Judeo/Christian-based, Atheism, Paganism, and Deism, to name a few.
Many of us feel fortunate to have found a religious and spiritual home, a place where diversity is celebrated, and where religious differences are embraced. We invite you to join us for services any Sunday morning or to visit during one of our special events.