April’s Social Justice Donations will benefit Healing Transitions, A Place for Recovery, in Raleigh. The mission of Healing Transitions is to offer innovative, peer-based, recovery-oriented services to homeless, uninsured and underserved individuals with alcoholism and other drug addictions. Tayler Mariner, Director of Detox Services at … read more.
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Both ARM and DEIB committees engage UUFR members in activities that lead to greater awareness of and commitment to anti-racist social justice.
ARM is the Anti-Racism Ministry Team that is under the Justice Council and oversees UUFR’s anti-racism activities and education programs. ARM is the driving … read more.
The 2022 UUA General Assembly (GA) takes place from Wednesday, June 21st through Sunday, June 25th, in Portland, OR. You can participate in-person or virtually from your own home!
Longing for a five-day immersive experience where you can take part in inspirational worship and great workshops and … read more.
Curious About Chalice Circles: Sunday, March 27th, Noon – 1:15 pm, Music Room (around the corner from the Sanctuary – In this Wellspring program, Chalice Circle Sampler, our facilitators will discuss the ideas behind Chalice Circles and the Soul Matters curriculum. You’ll have an opportunity … read more.
As reported UUFR’s congregational meeting in December 2021, the Board has created a new committee of the Board called the Racial Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB) Committee. Jerri Meisner is the current chair of the team, which includes Diann Irwin, John McLain, Danna Mattocks, … read more.
UUFR’s Committee on Ministry (COM) invites visitors to a “Loop Group” discussion on March 27th after the service. Our UUFR Committee on Ministry works with the UUFR Board to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of our ministry programs by promoting a culture of healthy interpersonal … read more.
(Session One) Members of UUFR, Yavneh, and the Community United Church of Christ will meet for the pilot session of ONE Wake’s NEW Civic Academy training series. The first session, “Front Door Democracy: How Local Governments Work,” is designed to provide ONE Wake leaders an … read more.
UUFR will resume volunteering with the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle (IFFS) Mobile Market at Martin Street Baptist Church (MSBC) next month. The Inter-Faith Food Shuttle provides free food, and people come to “shop” monthly at MSBC The Inter-Faith Food Shuttle provides free food and people come … read more.
Sunday, February 27th, Noon, Music Room (around the corner from the Sanctuary) (In-person) –
In this Wellspring program entitled, “A Taste of Soul,” Chalice Circle facilitators discuss the ideas behind Chalice Circles and the Soul Matters curriculum. You will have an opportunity to learn what Chalice … read more.
Race & Culture Book Club: Wednesday, February 9th, 7:00 pm – For February, the Book Club is reading Louise Erdrich’s The Night Watchman, the Winner of the 2021 Pulitzer Prize for Literature. The book is based on the extraordinary life of the author’s grandfather who … read more.