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You may be a Unitarian Universalist and not know it. To find out, click here to visit Belief-O-Matic™. 

Then join us on Sunday, July 12th, as we continue our season of  services and religious education classes. The Rev. Dr. Craig McClellan will lead our services during our summer series, "Cosmic Constants". Details of his themes for each July service are offedred via our website link (see the lefthand menu of this page) labeled "Schedule: Sunday Services & Special Services".



All Souls Waccamaw is a voice for religious tolerance and a home for religious diversity in the Grand Strand area. We are members of the Unitarian Universalist Association .

We are an all-faith church which emphasizes an open mind, a caring heart, and service to others.  All Souls Waccamaw welcomes participation in its services and activities by all persons without regard to gender, sexual orientation, age, ancestry, color, disability or handicap, national origin, or race. While our heritage is of the Judeo-Christian tradition, we encourage the development of one's own sacred path in life.

We Grand Strand Unitarian Univeralists have a keen sense of the world and an even keener sense of our own responsibility in it. Come and join us and find some questions you've never imagined. There's no dogma or creed. All that's needed is a good, healthy curiosity about the world.


The mission of All Souls Waccamaw is to be a community that promotes Unitarian Universalist principles and that provides a progressive alternative to traditional churches along the Grand Strand. Diversity enhances us, compassion guides us, and our convictions strengthen us.


"Let nature be your teacher." - William Wordsworth

Calling all school-age children... Please join us this July 13-17 at All Souls Waccamaw as we learn of the wondrous world that surrounds us. We have lots of crafts, speakers and other fun activities planned! We will meet daily July 13-17, 2015 from 10 AM - 2:30 PM. Please pack a sack lunch and wear clothes that can get messy. Our camp is geared for grade school aged children, ages 5-13.

Contact Katie at 843-855-3946
or Kristen at

CHECK OUT our great new ASWUU Summer Camp. Details provided on the "ASWUU Summer Camp 2015" section of our website located through the link provided on the left hand side of this screen.


All Souls Waccamaw will welcome any same sex couple who wish to be wed. The Rev. Dr. Craig McClellan will be proud to perform your wedding at All Souls Waccamaw Unitarian Universalist Church. To help you with your wedding plans we suggest you contact the UUA website at and type in Same Sex Wedding Guide in the Search Box. You'll find a 31-page guide with 6 wedding ceremonies. You can contact the Rev. Dr. Craig at 843-750-0299.

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All Souls Waccamaw Unitarian Universalist Church
Meeting at 11:00 every Sunday
7185 Hwy 707
Across from the Socastee Post Office
Myrtle Beach, SC
Mailing Address:
All Souls Waccamaw Unitarian Universalist Church
P. O. Box 31568
Myrtle Beach, SC 29588
Serving: The Grand Strand, Coastal Carolina, Eastern Carolina, Horry County, Georgetown County, Brunswick County, Myrtle Beach, Conway, Pawleys Island, Litchfield, Murrells Inlet,Surfside, Garden City, Atlantic Beach, Loris, Georgetown, Little River, Socastee, North Myrtle Beach, Longs, Andrews
We welcome Agnostics, Atheists, Buddhists, Christians, Deists, Free-thinkers, Humanists, Jews, Muslims, Pagans, Monotheists, Polytheists, Theists, Wiccans, those who are "spiritual but not religious", and those who seek their own spiritual path. We welcome people without regard to race, physical ability, ethnicity or sexual orientation.