Unitarian Universalist Church of Birmingham

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1965 newspaper ad for the Unitarian Church

Unitarian Universalist Church of Birmingham is a Welcoming Congregation affiliated with the Unitarian Universalist Association, located at 4300 Hampton Heights Drive off West Valley Avenue in Birmingham's Glen Iris neighborhood.

The church was founded in 1953 by Unitarian and UAB founder Joseph Volker. In 1955 it was meet at 50 Oak Street in Mountain Brook.

In 1959, the church moved into its first permanent building at 2365 Cahaba Road, where it would stay for over 50 years. UUC Birmingham dedicated its current campus on February 8, 2004.

UUC Birmingham's current minister is Julie Conrady.



  • Garrison, Greg (August 17, 2006) "Leggett new minister of Unitarian Church." The Birmingham News
  • Garrison, Greg (February 7, 2014) "'Liberal' church celebrates 60 years in Birmingham: Unitarian-Universalists took leading role in civil rights." The Birmingham News

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