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Last Minute Folk Concert
Sat., May. 10
7:30pm

Last Minute Folk Concert
Sat., Jun. 14
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Location and Driving Directions

The Fellowship building is on the south side of 21st Street, between Gage and Fairlawn. Trinity Presbyterian Church is across 21st Street from us. Morningside is the street just west of the building and affords the most accessible parking. There is also parking on the east side of the building and on the street.

Driving directions:

From downtown: Take Topeka Blvd (hwy 75) south to 21st Street. Take a right (west) about 2.5 miles. Look for sign on the left.

From Kansas Turnpike east, heading west: Take the first (East) Topeka exit and head west on I-70. Well on the other side of downtown, take I-470 south to 21st Street. Go left on 21st Street, pass through the light at Fairlawn and go four more blocks. Fellowship is on right.

From Kansas Turnpike south, heading north: Exit at the first (South) Topeka exit and go west on I-470. Take exit 3 (Fairlawn) and go north (right) to 21st Street. Turn right and go four blocks. UUFT is on the right.

From I-70 west, heading east: Turn north on I-470, exit on 21st Street. Go left past Fairlawn four blocks. UUFT is on right.

Philosophy and Mission

Unitarian Universalism is a faith in manifold paths to truth and higher spiritual ground. We require no conformity to a creed but are guided by seven principles.

UUFT Vision:
The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Topeka will be a spiritual home and a beacon of liberal religious expression in Topeka.

UUFT Mission:
To encourage and support personal religious journeys and ethical living by providing a community that consistently embraces and applies the Unitarian Universalist Principles.

UUFT Purposes:

Social Justice

When a person becomes attuned to sources of inspiration and enabled by a faith in the power of love, that person also becomes sensitized to the injustices faced my many in our community and around the world. Those injustices diminish a person's potential and breed poor coping strategies. UU has a long tradition of service toward greater social justice for people oppressed by overt and subtle inequities. The Fellowship provides ways for interested participants to make a difference in the struggle for social justice. For more information, e-mail the Social Justice Chair.