We are welcoming, open and affirming to all. Our services begin at 10:30 a.m. Sundays. Religious exploration for school-age children and childcare for preschoolers are available from September to May. Learn more about us and what happens Sundays at UUFF.
Our growing Unitarian Universalist fellowship is led by a part-time minister, Rev. Tracy Springberry, who travels to Fairbanks five times each year from her home in eastern Washington and is available for consultation and pastoral care between visits as well. Other services are lay led or feature guest ministers, ensuring a diversity of topics and voices.
Speaker: Kim Swisher Lay leader: Hayden Nevill
Green Dot is a movement, a program, and an action. The aim of Green Dot is to prevent and reduce the rates of power-based violence in our community. The current rates of violence are not inevitable, but we often operate as though they are. Aligned with our UU principles, this service will address how our choices, big and small, can create a culture less tolerant of violence. Green Dot meets people where they are at, with what they have, to offer options and ideas on how to connect with the issue of preventing violence. The motto “No one has to do everything, but everyone has to do something” is empowering and completely doable. Green Dot is your individual choice to do something, to do whatever it is you are comfortable with and able to do. It is our hope that at the end of this service you will know what your green dot is.
Speaker: Mary Esther Johnson Lay leader: Phil Osborn
There are so many great possibilities for individual and collective expansion with a new minister. Receptivity and intention to open and receive something entirely new, in ways that have not been expressed before, and yet finding new meaning beyond prior expressions and experiences are important component to success. The new comes through from the minister, creating expanded perceptions for each member and a cycle of give and take for a long term mutually beneficial relationship for all concerned. The Beyond Categorical Thinking work is intended to create space for us to share pieces of our lives, thus encouraging intentional and continuous actions along the journey toward achieving even greater authenticity.
Speaker: Rev. Tracy Springberry Lay leader: Doug Toelle
God was not always and is not in many faiths a controlling being in the sky, that most UUs don’t believe. How have others understood the concept of God?
Here is the complete line up for 2014-15. Join us tonight and every 4th Saturday at 7:30 p.m. for Music in the Woods.
September 27 – Paul Krejci and Steve Lacatena
Classical, contemporary and original music for piano and saxophone Read More »
Speaker: Rev. Tracy Springberry Lay leader: Cam Leonard
All cultures and many subcultures have creation stories including Unitarian Universalism. What lessons can we learn about the nature of being human, power and hope from our creation story?