Category: News

Living the Pledge . . .

Help implement UUFR’s anti-racist values! Join the more than 150 UUFR congregants who have completed the Living the Pledge to End Racism workshop — an eye-opening and emotionally affecting program. No matter how much you already understand about race, you will learn from and be moved … read more.

Love Wins Ministries: January 22

UUFR will provide a potato bar lunch for Love Wins Ministries on Wednesday, January 22,. We still need the following: a dozen baked potatoes, whole fruit, steamed broccoli, shredded cooked bacon, and Caesar salad, (in a bag). Please use this link to sign up. … read more.

Family Ministry at UUFR

New UUFR Youth Choir! – Rehearsals begin on Sunday, January 19, from 12:15-12:45 pm in the Music Room. This enthusiastic choir is offered to youth, ages 5 and older;  it will perform contemporary music with a strong message of peace, hope and community building. This is … read more.

New UUFR Buddies Program

Help us watch out for each other! UUFR’s Care Team is starting a voluntary “Buddy System.” Two individuals/couples will be paired up. Buddies will try to check in with each other at least once a month, or during weather emergencies, to see if everything is … read more.

Race & Culture Book Club: February 12

In February, UUFR’s Race & Culture Book Club will read Carol Anderson’s “White Rage: The Unspoken Truth of Our Racial Divide”. The “New York Times” review of books writes, “…acclaimed historian Carol Anderson reframes our continuing conversation about race, chronicling the powerful forces opposed to … read more.

Wellspring: January 22

Religious Trends in the US and Implications for UUs, Led by Brandon Turner

The religious landscape in America is undergoing a major transformation. Christianity is shrinking, non-Christian religions such as Islam and Hinduism are growing, and the fastest growing “religion” in America are the “nones” (individuals … read more.

UUFR Stitchers: January 23

The UUFR Stitchers meets on Thursday, January 23, at 10:00 am in Teen Cave. Knitters, crocheters join us for conversation and stitching for social justice causes or personal projects on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month (except November and December). Contact Louise … read more.