Brussels Unitarian Universalist Fellowship – BUUF
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).
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