For those who are transferring their membership from another UU congregation to UUFR, please join us for the Pathway to Membership class on Sunday, February 25, from 9:30-10:30 am in Founders Hall, for an overview of the ministry of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Raleigh.There will be an opportunity to sign the Fellowship book on … Continued
Please join us for a congregational meeting in the sanctuary THIS Sunday from 12:30-1:30. Our board will provide several updates, Dr. O will speak to his first six months with us, and we’ll hear a special announcement from the Justice Council. Then we’ll have time for open dialogue. Note: no vote will be taken at … Continued
The member directory (updated as of June 2017) can be found here on the Google Drive or through the link at the bottom of the website.
A Little Midwinter Concert and Reception will take place this Sunday at 3:00 pm and will feature our own Billy Liles Trio with Jim Long and Bill MacMillan, as well as Ruthie Rodelander, opera singer extraordinaire Robert Chapman, and other guest artists. There will be a surprise finale, and fine food and drink.This is a … Continued
Prepare for UUFR’s Flea Market….Clean your closets, scan your shelves and your storage nooks, and bring treasures to UUFR’s Founders Hall starting Sunday, February 25th after service until Thursday, March 1st. Help set up on Thursday morning, price on Friday morning, and come and buy useful and unusual gems on Saturday, March 3.
A volunteer is needed to help hang and take down art shows in Founders Hall and in the glass display case in the lobby of Founders Hall. Each hanging and take down usually takes two hours. There are two hangings and two take downs every two months. Someone able to carry paintings and interested in … Continued
If you have lost something at UUFR, and someone has found it, the item would be placed on the cart at the foot of the stairs in the main building. All items on this cart which remain after Feb. 25th will be donated to the Flea Market.
Just over a year ago our board faced some challenging decisions and a restricted time line. Before we embarked on the Developmental Minister pathway, the UUA required us to create a set of goals to be included on our application for a new minister – due the first of January, 2017. We were quite fortunate … Continued
UUFR’s Tracy Hollister, who became a marriage equality advocate here, will lead a two-book panel at Quail Ridge on Saturday, February 24th from 2-3 pm. Focusing on lessons learned, Tracy will share her own and a few others’ stories from “People’s Victory” while a Charlotte author shares from his book. See https://tinyurl.com/quail-ridge-marriage-panel2-24 for more information.
Re-stated Goals: The 4 Cs: I / We want to: Build our commitment to mission and the meaning of membership: achieve more balanced financial support of UUFR increase participation in the life of the fellowship seek greater engagement with the wider community to pursue justice and reduce oppression Increase collaboration in ministry and governance: provide … Continued