Prescott UU Fellowship or PUUF [“puff”] is a lay-led, welcoming congregation with Sunday services that are religious only in the broadest sense.
Rather, our services celebrate the merged stream of ethical and moral concepts which characterize our increasingly multicultural society, provide learning opportunities and discuss local environmental and community issues.
Our programs encourage time for congregational response and feed-back and an atmosphere of informality prevails. We hear from invited guest speakers who provide programs relating to our seven U U principles and clergy once a month.
Other activities include social evenings for a movie and potluck supper or circle suppers, book discussion groups and other adult educational events.
We meet in the Fellowship Hall in the pines at the southwest edge of Prescott, AZ.
From the Square proceed south on Montezuma one mile to the stop light of Copper Basin Rd. Turning right, proceed 2.4 miles to the first stop sign, Rancho Vista and turn right to 945.
The facilities of PUUF are available to the public for meetings, weddings and other occasions.
For further information go to Facility Usage.
If you would like further information about the Prescott Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, please contact us