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UUFR’s Family Fellowship group is an inclusive gathering of families with infants, toddlers, school-aged children, and youth that offers parents, children, and families opportunities to fun, fellowship, and support, including Moms’ night out, Dad’s night out, preschool playgroup, camping trips, hikes at local parks, and more.

Family Fellowship activities are posted in the Fellowship’s Chalice email newsletter, our weekly email newsletter for parents of children and youth, in the Family Fellowship Facebook group, and in the “news” section of our web site.

Young Adult Group

UUFR’s young adult group is open to anyone who is between the ages of 18 and 35. We meet 2 times a month for food, fun and faith development. For more information visit our Young Adult Group page.

Fellowship of the Oak

Fellowship of the Oak is UUFR’s chapter of the Covenant of UU Pagans (CUUPs). Earth-based spiritual seekers of all kinds are welcome. Meets at 12:15 pm on the third Sunday of each month. Contact BJ Smith for more information.

Raleigh Ramblers

Raleigh Ramblers is an adult activities group for UUFR members and friends. Activities vary each month: movies, hikes, baseball games, and more. Participating in Ramblers events is a great way to get to know other UUs and explore Raleigh. Contact Pat Butler for more information.

Men’s Breakfast Group

The Men’s Breakfast gathers on the 3rd Saturday of each month at 9:00 in Peace Hall.  We are an open group and we look forward to having new people try us out. Our meeting starts with breakfast ($4) and chatting, leading into a check-in where we share our names and what’s been going on in our lives over the past month.The rest of the time (until 11:00) is spent discussing a particular topic. The topics are always of a personal nature, and the sharing brings us all closer together. A sampling includes “Dad ” “What it means to be male” “What gives meaning to your life?” If you’d like to be added to our email list, please contact Art Lieberman at [email protected]

Covenant Groups

Community of Mindful Living

The Community of Mindful Living is a Buddhist sangha that practices in the tradition of Zen Buddhist Master Thich Nhat Hanh and his Order of Interbeing. Meetings are every Monday night from 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. in the Clara Barton Room, to meditate together and share in the joy of living mindfully.
Individuals of all ages, faiths, backgrounds, and levels of experience are welcome. Learn more at www.raleighmindfulness.org