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About The LUUP

The Longmont Unitarian Universalist Presence is building an innovative, multicultural, and multigenerational spiritual community. We are committed to intentionally creating opportunities that are engaging and collaborative.

Our ministry was initiated jointly by the UU Church of Boulder and Boulder Valley UU Fellowship of Lafayette in 2016. With care, we have nurtured relationships between Longmont members of our two root congregations, tending to the joys and challenges of our shared histories. The LUUP is a Covenanting Community of the Unitarian Universalist Association.

Until October 2021, we deepened our connections through our dinner church led by our former minister Rev. Emily Conger. This project was funded in part by the Chalice Lighters Fund and the Fund for Unitarian Universalism
Join us as we partner with other community groups, serve Longmont's families, and involve people new to our UU movement. 

Since our first meeting together, we have known that relationships are at the heart of our work. We are learning along the way together. What does it mean to be a UU in this time and place? Our strength comes from the efforts and generosity of many, past and present.

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The LUUP rents space at the UCC church in Longmont and gathers in person and online.

Connect with The LUUP

  • Information - for information about our events and activities

  • Steering Committee

  • Administration​

  • LUUP Talk - Think of this as your community bulletin board. For instance, you can:

    • Talk to other LUUP members about community news and events

    • Share experiences of your faith in action

    • Offer links of interest to members

    • Exchange recipes and other tips for living

Email for more information or to get access to LUUP Talk.

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