Unitarian Church of Norfolk has a rich history that includes a heritage of social justice. During the 1950’s and 1960’s the congregation was actively involved in the civil rights struggle and the campaign to overthrow Jim Crow laws. Since then, the congregation was active in LGBT rights and HIV awareness and prevention and most recently in marriage equality and environmental and climate issues surrounding the Chesapeake Bay.

In this section we members also tell their stories: how they became Unitarian Universalists, how Unitarian Universalism influences their lives, and how the contribute to and receive benefit from Unitarian Church of Norfolk.