Unitarian Fellowship of Rock County

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Rock County, located in Janesville, Wisconsin was founded in 2003.  We are a progressive and open-minded religious community within the tradition of Unitarian Universalism (UU).  The purpose of our fellowship is to bring members, friends, and visitors together in a stimulating environment for the examination and clarification of ethical, philosophical and religious thoughts and values.

When and Where?

​Our fellowship meets 2 times a month at the ECHO Food Pantry at 65 S. High St., Janesville.  Our services are the 2nd and 4th Sundays at 9:30 a.m.

We do not meet during June-July-August.  

Upcoming Services

9:30 a.m. Sunday, March 26, 2017

​Title:  Living Our 7 Principles

​Discussion Facilitator: Barb Fett, member

   What impact have our 7 principles made

​     in our lives?  We will discuss how they have

     become part of our daily lives and generate

​     ideas for "walking our talk"!

9:30 a.m.  Sunday, April 9, 2017

Title:  Family Size:  The Benefits of a Small Church

​Speaker:  Rev. Sara Goodman,

               Consulting Minister

​               UU Congregation of Rock Valley


9:30 a.m.  Sunday, April 23, 2017

Title:  Nuclear Proliferation in our World

​Presentation by Rock River High School Students, Janesville

A team of students from Rock River High School have been studying the topic

​of nuclear proliferation and have presented their findings at an international conference in

Japan.  They are one of just 10 teams selected to represent the United States!  Our Fellowship

​has supported them with a donation and we are excited hear what they have learned and


Sunday, May 7, 2017

ROAD TRIP TO VISIT a neighboring UU congregation!

We intend to carpool either to the UU Church in Rockton or Elkhorn

​to attend a service and meet new people!   More details to follow!

9:30 a.m. Sunday, May 21, 2017


This service is a tradition began in 1923 by Dr. Norbert Capek, founder

of the modern Unitarian movement in Czechoslavakia.  On the last

Sunday before the summer recess in Prague, all the children and

adults participated in this colorful ritual which gives concrete

expression to the humanity-affirming principles of our liberal faith. 

When the Nazis took control of Prague in 1940 they arrested him, sent

​him to Dachau, where he was killed the next year during a "medical

​experiment."  For this service you are invited to bring flowers to put into

​a common vase.  They will represent and affirm our interconnected community!