During this time of COVID-19, the UUFR Care Team is ready to:
help with grocery shopping and other errands,
pair congregants with buddies to check in on one another,
connect individuals with lay ministers for spiritual needs,
help those facing economic hardships,
arrange for an IT tutorial if you need a hand … read more.
Children’s Chapel has merged with the main UUFR worship service. We will no longer be holding a separate Children’s Chapel. Families are invited to watch the service on Youtube together on Sundays at 11 am, which will include a special “Time For All Ages.” Join … read more.
The Board is now accepting nominations for the 2020 Michos-Irwin Award, to be announced at the annual Congregational Meeting. The award is named after Barbara Michos and Rand Irwin. Both were long-time members of the congregation who consistently shared their time and considerable talents with … read more.
On Wednesday, May 13, at 7:00 pm, the UUFR Race & Culture Book Club is reading Colson Whitehead’s novel, “The Underground Railroad”. Just how and where we will “meet” is to be determined; a notice will be sent out prior to the meeting. A reviewer … read more.
The Unitarian Universalist Association has just announced that this year’s General Assembly will be held in virtual space. Learn more at www.uua.org/ga.
Changes to our Virtual Meeting spaces: Moving forward, we are implementing some changes in how we engage with children and families online. Please note that all family ministry meetings will utilize the “waiting room” feature for participants and we will not allow screen sharing. We … read more.
On Wednesday, April 22, UUFR will provide a hot dog lunch with hot dogs, buns, chili, potato salad, baked beans, coleslaw, fruit, desserts, and paper goods. Since Love Wins is serving take-out meals only, we will not be serving inside.
To sign up, go … read more.
The Red Cross is in desperate need of blood donations. Please sign up to give now by calling 1-800-Red Cross (733-2767). Please give the gift of life.