HCUUF - a spiritual home for open-minded living

Our Mission & Goals


High CountryUnitarian Universalist Fellowship seeks to be a community filled with love and compassion, in service to each other, our families and our larger community. We are committed to freedom of expression, preservation of our environment, development of spirituality and appreciation of beauty and the arts. HCUUF supports the Principles and Purposes of the Unitarian Universalist Association. [What is UU]

Our FellowshipSunday Service

HCUUF is comprised of 27 Members and 37 Friends who are regular or  seasonal visitors. Being in the resort community of Summit County,  many of our regular attendees join us for services only during part of the year.  Our community consists of families, retirees and singles/couples across generations. We provide an active religious education (RE) program for our children and numerous year-round small group activities for our adults, including Book Group, and Circle Suppers. [Programs and Activities] We are a completely volunteer-run organization, with a membership-elected Board of Trustees [Leadership] and Committees that oversee the ongoing needs and activities of the Fellowship [Committees]. 

Sunday Services

Our Sunday services take place every Sundays of the year [no service on national holiday Sundays] at 4:00 pm in the Main Sanctuary or the Fellowship Hall at the Lord of the Mountains Church in Dillon, CO [link to map]. We have a consulting minister who preaches one Sunday a month, usually the first, and the remaining Sunday Services are conducted by guest UU ministers as well as those from other faiths and also by accomplished artists, distinguished scientists, dedicated educators, elected officials and other successful professionals from an array of disciplines. [Sunday Services] During fall and spring should season, we conduct UU's Muse, discussion groups about spiritual and social justice issues. Service titles are posted in our Newsletter, on the Sunday Services page of this website, and in the Saturday issue of the Summit Daily News.