Dear UUFR Parents,
I hope that you are well and have had wonderful summer breaks. We are looking forward to launching our 2021 Fall programs this Sunday, although they are much adapted in response to the evolving Covid 19 risks. We’ll kick things off tomorrow, Sept. … read more.
Summer update from your Board of Directors
You may be wondering “What has our Board of Directors been doing since the Annual Meeting?”
At the end of June, the board had their Summer Retreat where we said goodbye to our members rolling off, welcomed our new members, … read more.
ONE Wake is the multi-religious, multi-cultural, multi-racial community organizing network to which UUFR belongs.
The three issues it is focusing on now are affordable housing, living wage jobs, and equitable educational opportunities.
ONE Wake has developed specific proposals to address these issues in Raleigh and other Wake … read more.
Non-perishable foods for Urban Ministries Food Pantry may be left in the cabinets at the lower level entrance of Fellowship Hall before or after Sunday’s service. The Food Pantry currently is in need of beans, pasta sauce (no glass), cooking oil, rice, low-sugar cereals, and … read more.
Are you a UUFR author? We are going to establish a shelf in the UUFR Library for the works of our own members and would welcome donations. Even if unpublished, if it’s your story, it is welcome. And if it is inscribed, it would be … read more.
We’re serving fellowship on the 3rd Saturday of each month. It’s breakfast and a discussion topic – always on a personal level. This is a great way to form new connections within UUFR. On July 17th, our topic will be “Dreams Deferred.”
If you’ve been fully … read more.
Leading a Wellspring class is a great opportunity to share your knowledge, practice your presentation skills, and meet some great people in our congregation. In addition to Wednesday nights, Wellspring programs are offered on the 3rd Sunday morning of the month. Both in-person and online … read more.