Art and music lovers will feel at home at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Fort Wayne, just a few minutes from downtown Fort Wayne.
While the community has a spiritual purpose, the congregation also exists to enrich lives and spirits by joining together for celebration, social action and service, friendship, and support.
For example, the congregation is supportive of the musical arts via "Music on Old Mill," which endeavors to bring unique and talented artists to the community. In short, they provide an evening of entertainment with realistic ticket prices, followed by a time for socializing with the artists after the concert. From classical guitar to jazz, there are options to please people of all musical interests. Check out the schedule for 2013 here.
The facility also boosts an art gallery, which often showcases local artists. The congregation also regularly hosts lectures on relevant topics. Check their website to stay updated on events.
Parking is available in their private lot, with overflow parking at Temple Achduth Vesholom, next door.
Lauren Caggiano was raised in Fort Wayne, and returned in 2007 upon graduation from the University of Dayton. (Go Flyers!) The president of WriteOn LLC, she specializes in writing, marketing, and French translation. In her spare time she enjoys working out, thrifting and volunteering.