About Our Facility
The Fox Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship building, located at 2600 Philip Lane in Appleton, WI, was constructed in 1998. Our Sanctuary, which seats over 300 people, has large windows that overlook our beautiful grounds. The space is warm and welcoming to all who enter it. The space is acoustically appropriate for recitals and musical performances and we recently purchased a new Steinway grand piano. There is a t-loop hearing assistant and headphones are available to those who need it. A large screen TV is available for visual needs.
Our Fellowship Hall is perfect for meetings of 20-100 people and is set up with tables and chairs that seat 40 at all times. The room can be configured in a variety of ways. A projector and screen are available for use.
The Fellowship’s Kitchen is set up for food preparation with many work spaces. There is a large stove/oven/griddle and refrigerator available for use.
Other Meeting Space:
The Legacy Room is one of our most beautiful spaces, between its floor to ceiling wall of windows and its gorgeous fireplace. The room can accommodate approximately 40 people comfortably. The space works well for classroom-style seating as well as small group discussions at several tables.
The Anthony and Young Rooms are used as children’s classrooms each weekend; they are available for other uses during the week. Each room fits 15-20 people comfortably.
The Capek Room works well for small groups of 10 or less. Tables and adult chairs are always set up.
The Brown Room has many couches and comfortable chairs set up in a circle that allows for up to 20 people to meet.
The whole building is accessible to people in wheelchairs and with limited mobility. See our Peanut Safety Policy here.
Please contact Cyndi Polakowski, Fellowship Secretary at the Fellowship office at 920-731-0849 to learn about fees and spacing options for hosting your event. Please try to schedule your event as far in advance as possible because our space fills up quickly.