You Are Invited to Visit

Our Sunday Service begins at 11:00 a.m. But come a bit early to meet new friends. And please plan to stay for coffee and treats.  For service speakers and details please check our calendar or newsletter.

Our Building

Our building is thought to be the oldest standing house of worship in Eureka Springs. Beginning in 1880, it was home to the Methodist Episcopal Church (Northern Branch). It was also used by the Invalid’s Association, an enthusiastic group of people who met to testify to the healing qualities of the waters and to give long and loud thanks for their cures, and then the Nazarene Church. The building is handicap accessible.

Our Location

The building is located at 17 Elk St., in the West Mountain historic residential district of Eureka Springs, Arkansas, a nineteenth-century resort town that has come into its own as a tourist destination and artist colony, set in the natural beauty of the Ozark Mountains.



Art by Steve Holst

We know we don't have all the answers. Here, we can at least share our questions. And here, we can share a lot more than that: we can share our thoughts and ideas, we can share our pain and our hope. Here, we can remember that we are not alone. - Rev. Evan Keely, UU Minister

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