Rev. Sonya Sukalski Minister

Rev. Craig Scott Minister Emeritus


(209) 533-8883


Sonora Sunday Service
Sunday, Feb. 5, 10:00 a.m.

Rev. Robert Klein - Courage for the Journey
As we face a near future even more challenging than many UUs had hoped, we will need courage to maintain hope and faith for the journey.
Tuolumne County Library, 480 Greenley Rd., Sonora, CA
All are welcome!


Feb. 4: Chocolate Lovers’ Hoedown
Feb. 5: Sonora Service – Courage for the Journey
Feb. 5: Green Bag pick up
Feb. 9: Social Justice Mtg.
Feb. 10: Movie Night: Citizen King: American Experience
Feb. 12: Douglas Flat Service - First Annual Evolution Week Service
Feb. 16: UU Program Committee Meeting
Feb. 17: Skyline Discussion about Courage
Feb. 20: Marguerite Johnson Memorial Service



    Published on January 27, 2017

Welcome to the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Tuolumne County

We are a community of individuals with warm hearts and open minds committed to a peaceful, just and sustainable world for all people everywhere.  Due to the large rural area we serve here in the foothills, we meet in two communities. Finding Us   While our main group meets in Sonora we have sponsored a smaller satellite group in Douglas Flat, in Calaveras County.  So no matter which community you live near, you can travel to our services and events in either county.

 Locations Page will tell you more.

Our Mission Is To:

  • Provide a sanctuary for individual beliefs,
  • Encourage spiritual and ethical growth,
  • Create respect for the web of life,
  • Promote justice and peace.

Who We Are:
We are a community of conscience open to all people of goodwill.  We come from all political, social and religious backgrounds.  We encompass people from Tuolumne and Calaveras counties and meet in these two locations.

Why We Are:
Isolated players are not an orchestra, no matter how excellent they are as soloists.  We generate a community greater than the sum of its parts: trustworthy friends, understanding listeners and thoughtful teammates.  We share meanings developed in our individual lives and we stand together in times of sorrow, joy and challenge.  We encourage each other to share their spiritual journey or search.  UUs have no dogma, and no creed.  Instead we have 7 Principles  that for centuries has formed our foundation of beliefs on how we as individuals fit into this world.

Where & When We Meet:
The Sierra Nevada foothills is a vast, sparsely populated rural area.  Our Sonora group meets on the first and third Sunday of every month, while our Douglas Flat (Calaveras County) group meets on the second and fourth Sunday.

Our Calendar has  specific times for our meetings.