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Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Raleigh

3313 Wade Avenue
Raleigh, North Carolina 27607

PO Box 33705
Raleigh, NC 27636

Directions`

GoRaleigh Bus Route #4

Office Hours
Monday - Thursday
10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Sunday
10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Closed
Friday and Saturday

919-781-7635
[email protected]

Pastoral Care Phone: 919-637-6325

Mirrors and Seers

September 26, 2021
Scriptures and folktales are filled with stories of prophets to whom God grants visions of the future to guide communities at critical times. But we are not seers. We are…

Addicted to the Job

September 5, 2021
On this Sunday before Labor Day, Rev. James reflects on the unhealthy, dysfunctional relationships people have to their jobs. What's your relationship to your work? Are you working to live…

The Act of Forgiving God

August 22, 2021
What do you do when your dreams are crushed, and your life doesn’t work out as you envisioned it? What happens when someone betrays, wounds, or abuses you, and it…
It's hard to fully grasp the magnitude of this moment for our democracy, our earth and our humanity. Though we may be wrestling with doubt and weariness, our faith calls…
This morning Rev. Thom Belote, minister at the Community Church of Chapel Hill, Unitarian Universalist, talks about a mystical experience following his father's death, the effects on his life, and…

Learning To Pray Again

July 11, 2021
In her message this morning, Sarah Ford Neorr talks about moving beyond her childhood understanding of prayer into a liberal religious understanding of what it might mean to pray.
This morning Rev. Deb Cayer, Lead Minister at the Eno River Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Durham, with the help of members of her congregation shares a message about life in…

A People of Play

June 27, 2021
Each month UUFR comes together to explore a special theme in many different ways through worship, children’s chapel, youth religious exploration classes, and our Chalice Circle discussion groups. This morning…
Motherhood is overly idealized, overly romanticized, overly sanitized, underpaid, underappreciated, soul stretching, brain racking, nerve fraying, hair graying, impossible to adequately prepare for, and impossible to always do well or…
Mystical experiences are more common than many people realize. This morning, Rev. James shares his experience of one. What's a liberal religious understanding of mystical or spiritual experiences?

A People of Becoming

April 25, 2021
Each month UUFR comes together to explore a special theme in many different ways through worship, children’s chapel, youth religious exploration classes, and our Chalice Circle discussion groups. This morning…

Imagining Immortality

April 4, 2021
According to the traditional Christian understanding, Easter is about the promise of eternal life. What is a liberal religious understanding of immortality? Rev. James reflects on this question in this…

A People of Commitment

March 28, 2021
Each month UUFR comes together to explore a special theme in many different ways through worship, children’s chapel, youth religious exploration classes, and our Chalice Circle discussion groups. This morning…

The Cycle of Hope

March 14, 2021
When reflecting on the world's problems, it is easy to despair. This morning, Rev. James reflects on choosing hope and talks about next steps for UUFR's participation in ONE WAKE.

A People of Beloved Community

February 28, 2021
Each month UUFR comes together to explore a special theme in many different ways through worship, children’s chapel, youth religious exploration classes, and our Chalice Circle discussion groups. This morning…

Love Notes

February 14, 2021
What's most important to love? An initial attraction, a thoughtful choice, a continued caring commitment, or something else?

A People of Imagination

January 31, 2021
Each month UUFR comes together to explore a special theme in many different ways through worship, children’s chapel, youth religious exploration classes, and our Chalice Circle discussion groups. This morning…

A People of Stillness

December 27, 2020
Each month UUFR comes together to explore a special theme in many different ways through worship, children’s chapel, youth religious exploration classes, and our Chalice Circle discussion groups. This morning…

Holidays Askew

December 20, 2020
As we celebrate another round of holidays differently than we ever imagined, the UUFR staff shares stories of other holiday holiday celebrations gone askew.

A People of Healing

November 29, 2020
Each month UUFR comes together to explore a special theme in many different ways through worship, children’s chapel, youth religious exploration classes, and our Chalice Circle discussion groups. This morning…

A Good Medicine

November 22, 2020
For many families in the United States, this is a difficult time to feel thankful. And yet during times when we might be experiencing loss or deprivation, we need the…