Unitarian Universalists of the South Bay is a thriving, multi-cultural campus of the First Unitarian Universalist Church. We are two campuses, one church and share the mission to create community, to nurture spiritual growth, and to act on our values to help heal the world.
The South Bay Campus is located in Chula Vista and offers a variety of ways to engage meaningfully with our congregation and the larger community. In addition to Sunday morning worship services, the South Bay Campus offers opportunities for spiritual growth through Adult Religious Education, small group ministry, weekly meditations and opportunities to volunteer. Central to our mission is to engage in the larger community and to live our values through social justice & service. Below you can find out more about the different areas of ministry at the South Bay Campus. We hope you’ll visit and become involved in this beloved community!
The South Bay Campus comes together each Sunday morning at 9:30 am for an Intergenerational Worship Experience. Our services are also bi-lingual, with simultaneous translation from English to Spanish. Several Sundays a month, our Lead or Associate Ministers preach live, often followed by a coffee conversation on the topic of the sermon. On the other Sundays, our worship is led by staff and lay leaders, and the sermon is experienced through a video. Our services feature dynamic contemporary music, led by Dana Decker. Sunday morning worship is the best way to experience the South Bay Campus and to get a feel for the community. In addition to our Sunday Morning Worship, we also have a weekly meditation program on Thursday evenings at 6:30 pm.