On Sunday mornings, and occasionally at other times, we come together in community to gain insight and inspiration to help us change the world for good and be the best persons we can be. During the school year, our Sunday morning worship services begin at 9:30 AM and 11:00 AM. We offer a full program of Religious Exploration for preschoolers through high school youth during the 11:00 AM service. In summer—usually from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend—we have one Sunday morning service, at 10:00 AM, with infant care provided and informal programs for children and youth.
Sunday, October 15 Two services, 9:30 and 11:00 AM
“Everyone Has To Start Somewhere” with Elizabeth Sollie and Rev. Jill McAllister
A song we sing says “gonna keep on marching forward…” but still we wonder how, especially as our understanding of racism grows. White supremacy is formidable, and creates such dis-ease. Last spring the UUFC participated in a White Supremacy Teach-In with hundreds of other congregations. Today we take one more step. “Everyone has to start somewhere, and it take commitment to disrupt business as usual.”
Sunday, October 22 Two services, 9:30 and 11:00 AM
“What Gods Do I Serve?” Rev. Jill McAllister
Theologian Paul Tillich used the term “ultimate concern” to describe that which we hold as the highest value or concept, that which commands our devotion. All of us are faithful to some idea or ideal. The question is, to what are we faithful, and is our faith well-placed, or not?
Sunday, October 29 Two services, 9:30 and 11:00 AM
“I Will Strive” Rev. Jill McAllister
In 2003, fourteen years ago, members of the Fellowship adopted a Right Relations Covenant, a statement of promises around how to be together in the life of this congregation. It exists still, as a piece of paper, but is it a living agreement? Today as we welcome new members to the Fellowship, we’ll consider what it means to be a covenanted community.
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OUR MISSION… Explore. Love. Act. We gather as an inclusive religious community to search for meaning, build deep connections, and inspire action toward a better world for all.