Category: News

Help Support Local Afghan Refugees

UUFR’s The Immigrant and Refugee Ministry Team is working closely with the two local refugee resettlement agencies. There are many opportunities to assist with the Afghan refugees coming to Raleigh.

Priority 1. We are furnishing a home for a family of four, already in Raleigh. The … read more.

This Year’s Board Goals

UUFR’s Board of Directors has been making good progress towards the three goals it set for itself at the beginning of the church year.Here’s a snapshot of where we are.

Minister’s Contract

The Board must decide whether or not to renew Rev. James’ contract as Developmental Minister … read more.

Special Congregational Meeting Dec. 5

Text of this post is copied from the email sent to all UUFR members on Sunday, November 21.

Special Congregational Meeting

Agenda items include a vote on the proposed Statement of Conscience from our Anti Racism Ministry Team and an advisory vote on UUFR’s Board of … read more.

Breaking Family Ministry News!

Following recent updates to our board approved Covid protocols, we will replace 1st and 3rd Sunday after service activities with weekly family activities DURING service at 10:30am later this fall. Our goal is to begin on Nov. 21st. These activities will be geared towards elementary-aged … read more.

About the Healthy Congregations Committee

UUFR’s Healthy Congregations Committee (HCC) is responsible for developing and updating policies that describe how members of the congregation should relate to one another. It’s also responsible for promoting those policies to the membership, and for providing a mechanism by which members can resolve conflicts … read more.

A Fresh Start for Finance at UUFR

Your UUFR Board of Directors is happy to announce the creation of a new “Finance Advisory” Committee, which will replace the existing Finance Committee, as of January 1, 2022. 

The UUFR Board is expecting the new Finance Advisory Committee to be much more strategic in its … read more.

Fellowship Friends: Harriet

Thursday, November 18th, 10:00 am, Room 201, Upper Level, Peace Hall

Please join us for a movie, Harriet, followed by a potluck lunch. The movie is about Harriet Tubman, a Maryland slave who escaped to Philadelphia, then went back to Maryland, in disguise, 13 times and led at least … read more.