Hello, this is Paul Groves, your current UUFR Treasurer. As our Board President Laura Dupre said in her remarks at the congregational meeting of June 12th, 2022, during the 2021–2022 fiscal year, the UUFR Board of Directors oversaw the changing of banks from Wells Fargo … read more.
Author: Fellowship Matters
UUFR’s mission is to build a Unitarian Universalist community that transforms lives and empowers people to serve the world. Though much of what we do focuses on our spiritual growth within our UUFR community, we also do a lot in the broader community. In June … read more.
I’m pretty sure we will all agree that timely performance evaluations are one essential aspect of optimizing an organization’s effectiveness. We use them to maintain and build on areas of strength, to mitigate areas of weakness, and to discover new opportunities.
Here at UUFR the Board … read more.
As a whole, Unitarian Universalists are not generally known for their love of blindly following “the rules.” After all, many of us fled other faith traditions because we wanted a path to spirituality and community where we were not expected to follow all the same … read more.
Yavneh is a Jewish Renewal community that welcomes everyone seeking to explore, renew, and experience the richness of the Jewish tradition. Yavneh shares space with the UUFR, pays a monthly rent, and participates in some joint activities with UUFR. Yavneh, which was founded 12 years … read more.
Please join us at for the Spring Town Hall, this Sunday March 6. Note, we’re trying out a new time: 9:45 a.m., PRIOR to the Sunday Service.
We will address the following topics:
Progress on annual goals:
Status of our contract with Lead Minister Rev. James Kubal-Kumoto
Governance issues, … read more.
Paul Groves, Treasurer
Hello, this is Paul Groves, your Treasurer at UUFR. As you probably know, I always publish a brief review of our church finances on a quarterly basis in the UUFR Chalice. Since we passed the midpoint in our church fiscal year in December 2021, I now … read more.
Some of you well-respected, responsible and generous members of UUFR may be getting a phone call in the near future. A fellow UUFR member will be calling to offer you a deal — a chance to serve on a UUFR committee. And before you send … read more.
Most of us would likely agree that UUFR has weathered the pandemic remarkably well. Membership is increasing, participation and viewership at Sunday services is strong, our fiscal position is strong, our involvement in the Raleigh community is vibrant, and our facilities are in their best … read more.