Author: UUFR Staff
Both Senate seats in Georgia are headed to a runoff election January 5, 2021, because no candidate received more than 50% of the vote. Early voting starts December 14 and Reclaim Our Vote has contacted UUFR to see if we can help them with GOTV … read more.
We’re serving fellowship on the 3rd Saturday of each month, 9:00 – 11:00. It’s breakfast and a discussion topic – always on a personal level. Except: BYO breakfast because we are meeting online for the next several months! This is a great way to feel … read more.
Goal: 350 Soup Kits! 350 families are being served each week – let’s be sure all can take home a Soup Kit! Print out the recipe at home and make it with your family- it’s a great opportunity to discuss food insecurity with your children. … read more.
Our winter Wellspring season is rapidly approaching – as is the program proposal deadline! If you would like to lead a single or multi-session adult faith development offering in December, January or February, please submit your proposal online by this Sunday, Nov. 1st.
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Living the Pledge to End Racism – Still on the fence whether this workshop is for you? Check out this testimonial from UUFR member Wendy Gates Corbett:
“I’m embarrassed to admit this truth: I’d become passive in my anti-racism activism. And then I attended the 1st … read more.
Building racial justice takes all of us. UUFRs Anti-Racism Ministry (ARM) team, which coordinates the Fellowship’s racial justice work, invites you to participate in the “Living the Pledge to End Racism” workshop series.
During the workshop, participants will:
• Explore their own experience with people of … read more.
HALLOWEEN CARDS FOR REFUGEE CHILDREN
For the past two years UUFR’s Immigrant and Refugee Justice Ministry Team has hosted a Halloween party for refugee children in collaboration with Lutheran Services. This is designed to entertain the children and familiarize them with a fun part of American … read more.