The Campus Development Task Force (CDTF) is tasked with coordinating the use of our capital campaign funds on campus-improvement projects, including a new education building and major remodels of existing buildings to improve accessibility and modernize our century-old facilities.

The CDTF spent 2018 reviewing the congregation’s space needs and hiring an architectural firm to draft a new campus plan. Our work is guided by UUSM’s vision, which was approved by the congregation in September 2018.

Together, we create a welcoming, diverse, and vibrant community,
where our accessible, sustainable campus is a sanctuary for spiritual growth;
a center for transformative love and justice;
and a home for liberal religious exploration, education, and empowerment.


Bringing our vision to life:

This video (Nov 2018) is a 3D rendering of the plans our architect has created. Plans have since been updated, but this gives a good idea of the general idea.


Find the November 24, 2019 neighborhood meeting presentations here and here.

Find the September 22, 2019 presentation to the congregation here.

Draft plans for the main campus – these plans are for building permit submission (Nov 2019).

Draft plans for the new building at 314 – these plans are for planning application submission (Oct 2019).


The CDTF offers ongoing opportunities for care-filled communication with the congregation on the following:

  • How our physical spaces promote our mission and express our values
  • The development of UUSM’s Master Plan
  • Design ideas and project management considerations, including the sequence and timing of projects
  • Pressing infrastructure needs
  • The creative constraints posed by local regulations
  • The financial management of capital campaign funds and capital expenditures.


Ways to be involved with Campus Development


Meet the CDTF