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 interim minister, Rev. Beatrice Hitchcock, who travels to Fairbanks one week each month from her home in at the base of Sheep Mountain off the Glenn Highway. In between visits, she is available for consultation and pastoral care by phone and email. Other services are lay led or feature guest ministers, ensuring a diversity of topics and voices.

Share Your Spiritual Practice

Lay leader: Laurie Walton Speaker: Nicole Stewart

Unitarian Universalists will describe how they find calm in a sometimes chaotic world.

Love is a Box of Chocolates

Lay Leader: Jana Peirce Music: Marsha Sousa

This annual service gives us the chance to reflect on the many meanings of that overworked word, love. We ask an assortment of people to give us their thoughts on the subject – in word, verse, and song. While not everyone will get a Valentine with their name on it this year, everyone who joins us will get a piece of chocolate as part of the chocolate communion.

Living in Gratitude, A Daily Practice

Lay leader/speaker:  Susan Grace  Music:  Marsha Sousa

Feel the love, compassion, and understanding that gratitude brings into your heart.  Feel the joy that surrounds us every moment of our lives.

FYI: Kids Don’t Like To Clean Their Rooms

Speakers: RE Students  Facilitators:  Molly Lemen and Beth Ann Miner

An R.E. service written and given by the elementary kids . Facilitated by Beth Ann & Molly. During R.E. last month the kids developed a ‘non boring service’ and we are bringing it to you. We will be discussing what family means through the eyes of our children. They also have a few announcements of their own they’d like you to know about.

The God I Don’t Believe In

Speaker: Rev. Beatrice Hitchcock  Lay Leader: Laurel Holmes

Rev. Beatrice will speak of the freedom and responsibility that Unitarian Universalists have to unpack their religious pasts and figure out what they do believe in.