From your Anti-Racism Ministry Team
The Living the Pledge to End Racism March/April class is tentatively rescheduled for September 12 and 26th from 8:45 am to 4 pm each day. There will be no parallel programming for children because September is already a busy time with … read more.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, there are many ways that each of us can help our most vulnerable neighbors.
Help Financially – many non-profit organizations need our assistance more than ever.
The Inter-Faith Food Shuttle, one of UUFR’s long-time community partners, is continuing to serve individuals and families facing … read more.
In January, your Board established the Renovation Task Force, headed by David Prestrud, to plan and oversee improvements to Peace Hall and to the kitchen in Founder’s Hall using funds from the One Heart Fund. The Task Force team is now fully staffed and is … read more.
Wellspring is back (virtually) with new programs that encourage intellectual stimulation, provide spiritual support, and help us embrace a new way of strengthening community. Join the discussion each Wednesday night at 7:00 pm by clicking here (meeting ID 574-108-518).
Poetry Workshop led by Chris Abbate (April 22). Whether … read more.
Joe with James and Sasha – Rev. James and Rev. Sasha host a virtual mid-morning coffee break every weekday from 10:30 am to 11:00 am. Rev. James hosts on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, and Rev. Sasha hosts on Wednesday and Friday. To participate in any one of … read more.
Online worship service this Sunday, April 19, at 11 am. Rev. James will share a message entitled “Faith, Hope, and Love.” What does it mean to have faith from a liberal religious perspective? What are the different kinds of hope, and which are realistic for us to … read more.
Give by app – If you are familiar with smartphone or tablet apps like Venmo and CashApp where you can send money to individuals with just a few taps, you’ll be pleased to learn that there is a similar app that you can use to … read more.