Who we are

The Brussels Unitarian Universalist Fellowship is a small, vibrant and diverse community that meets once a month at Quaker House in Brussels, to share our spiritual reflections and a potluck meal. Services are lay led, often based on a UU sermon or reading, and include room for discussion. Members come from a variety of backgrounds and espouse many different views and spiritual practices from other faiths (Buddhism, Islam, Christianity, Quaker etc.) or no faith at all (atheism, agnosticism).

Contact us at brusselsuufellowship@gmail.com

Our meeting place

We meet at Quaker House on Square Ambiorix near the EU Quarter. This beautiful art nouveau house was built in 1899 for a stockbroker, and it has been owned since 1985 by the Quakers, who restored it to its former glory. The house became a listed building in 2006. In addition to being our meeting place, Quaker House is home to the local Quaker meeting and to the Quaker Council for European Affairs, a peace and human rights organization founded in 1979.

Our history – History of the BUUF in recent years

Read about our Social Action activities