Some of you well-respected, responsible and generous members of UUFR may be getting a phone call in the near future. A fellow UUFR member will be calling to offer you a deal — a chance to serve on a UUFR committee. And before you send … read more.
Race & Culture Book Club: Wednesday, February 9th, 7:00 pm – For February, the Book Club is reading Louise Erdrich’s The Night Watchman, the Winner of the 2021 Pulitzer Prize for Literature. The book is based on the extraordinary life of the author’s grandfather who … read more.
Family Activities are suspended until it is safe to meet again in person. We hope to resume activities February 6.
Youth Group will be held January 16 at 10:30 am. The Zoom link can be found HERE.
Most of us would likely agree that UUFR has weathered the pandemic remarkably well. Membership is increasing, participation and viewership at Sunday services is strong, our fiscal position is strong, our involvement in the Raleigh community is vibrant, and our facilities are in their best … read more.
To the members and friends of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Raleigh,
On behalf of the UUFR Board of Directors, and with the unanimous support from the congregation within the congregational advisory vote at the December 5th Congregational Meeting, we are excited to announce … read more.
In this Wellspring program, “A Taste of Soul,” Chalice Circle facilitators will discuss the ideas behind Chalice Circles and the Soul Matters curriculum. Program attendees will have an opportunity to participate in a modified Soul Matters session. The next program is scheduled for noon to … read more.
This workshop will give you new personal insight and specific action steps to be an active anti-racist. Using interactive small group exercises, participants will explore their own experience with people of other races, examine their own implicit biases, and practice how to speak up when … read more.
UUFR’s The Immigrant and Refugee Ministry Team is working closely with the two local refugee resettlement agencies. There are many opportunities to assist with the Afghan refugees coming to Raleigh.
Priority 1. We are furnishing a home for a family of four, already in Raleigh. The … read more.