ALL ARE WELCOME
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.
ASWUU is saddened by the recent death of our friend and former president, Larry Landrum on December 10. A memorial service in his honor is tentatively planned to take place during Martin Luther King weekend (Jan. 17-18). Details will be posted as they become available.
Souls Waccamaw will
welcome any same sex couple who wish to be wed as soon as South
Carolina ends its
fight to keep you from your constitutional rights. 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 UUA.org 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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