9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. on Sunday Mornings

First Hour is an hour-long time for programs that support community-building, small group ministry, alternative worship, and learning on Sundays from 9:30-10:30 am. Join us!

Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Sunday Morning Forum (9:15)
  • Easter Communion Service, led by Rev. John Saxon and Rev. Karla Brockie (Sanctuary)
  • Pagan Affinity Group (after service, Teen Cave)
  • Choir Rehearsal

For a full schedule of 2014 winter-spring programs, please CLICK HERE.

7:00 p.m. on Wednesday Evenings

Wellspring is a Wednesday evening faith development program that we offer during our program year from 7 pm-8:30 pm (some sessions end at 8).  We try to balance workshops, multi-week sessions, and on-going opportunities to ignite the mind, warm the heart, and nurture the spirit.  Childcare is provided!

Wednesday, April 23,  2014

  • Jim Scott Concert (Sanctuary)
  • Principled Commitment, “Collaboration”, led by Rev. Karla Brockie (Conference Room)
  • Knitting and Crafting Meet-up Group, led by Barbara Zimmerman (Emerson)
  • World Religions 101: Confucianism, led by Rev. Mary Francis Comer (teen cave)
  • Youth and Young Adult Film Series, (Nursery)
  • YAC Meeting

For a full schedule of 2014 winter-spring programs, please CLICK HERE.

Welcome to the Fellowship

UUFR Families
UUFR Voluntieers Urban Ministries Food Drive
UUFR Social Justice
UUFR Staff
Rev. John L. Saxon
UUFR Campus
UUFR Music
UUFR Board

We are a liberal religious congregation and a dynamic, caring community. We value the inherent worth and dignity of each person, regardless of who you are or whom you love, your family or personal circumstances, or the path your faith calls you to walk.

Unitarian Universalism is an open-minded religion that encourages people to seek their own spiritual path. At UUFR, you can nurture your spirit and put your faith into action to create a just and compassionate world.

We're glad you're here! 

 

An Earth and Spirit Songfest with Jim Scott and James Durst

April 23 at 7 p.m. in the Sanctuary. Come lend your voice to a joyful vocal celebration of earth and peace on earth. Drawing from Jim's Earth and Spirit Songbook and their wide repertoires, they turn the audience into a choir, singing in many styles that ru
n from world folk music to jazz. Taught by ear and with an invitation to all to join in, the evening makes a great demonstration of contemporary music for our spiritual gatherings and in the greater movement for social change. Come listen or participate. No experience necessary!

Jim Scott bio:  Jim Scott brings a warmth and humor with his jazz/world music songs. He uses well his guitar mastery and clear voice to encourage all to get involved with messages and ideals of ecology, peace and justice. More at www.JimScottMusic.com.

James Durst bio: Quietly touring the world for over 40 years James has performed for audiences in 45 countries and all 50 American states. He draws from a repertoire of original and collected songs in more than 2 dozen languages. More at www.JamesDurst.com.