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With Liberty and Justice for All 


Speaker: Hayden Nevill Lay Leader: TBA

In the spirit of Independence Day, join us as we explore our 5th and 6th Unitarian Universalist principles: Our commitment to the democratic process, and our dream of a world community ensuring peace, liberty, and justice for all.

MITW Final Spring Concert 

The next MITW concert will take place on Saturday April 25th at 7:30pm in the UUFF Sanctuary. Join us for a rousing good time with The Waterhaulers: folk, Americana, blues and more. $10 suggested donation.

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Iditarod Parking 

We will NOT be allowing parking at the UUFF parking lot during the Iditarod festivities on Monday, March 9th. Our parking lot is private property and we hope that people will respect that.

Member and Friend Update 

The UUFF is updating its member database, and wants to know more about you! Whether you are a long time UUFF’er, or new to the Fellowship, we want to know more about your background and interests. If you haven’t already, please fill out the Member and Friend Information Form and send it in as soon as possible. Members and Friends Information form

Supper Club is Back! 

UUs are invited to meet for good food and conversation on the 4th Tuesday of each month at 5:30 pm. The Supper Club will be held every month at the same restaurant, LemonGrass Thai Restaurant, in the Chena Pump Plaza. Come on out and enjoy good company and a beverage or dinner. For more information please call RD Levno at 488-7227.

Meg Barnhouse Concert 

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Getting to Know You: Understanding the Holy in Our Relationships With Others 

Lay Leaders: Jana Peirce and Laenne Thompson. How much do you know about your fellow UUFF members and friends? This Sunday we’ll have an opportunity to get to know each other better and out Whale Coast guests. Learn about each other’s past and what gives meaning to our lives.

Speaking Truth to Power (Rev. Sarah Schurr) 

This Sunday: Sometimes being a good citizen means speaking up when those in charge have fallen from the path (Rev. Sarah Schurr). This service is in partnership with the “Climate Change Discussion: Turn Learning Into Action” sponsored by the Green Team after the service.

We Could Do Better 

This Sunday: In honor of Martin Luther King Day, Rev. Schurr will share the proud and the not so proud legacy the Unitarian Universalists have in the field of Civil Rights and the African American Community

Humor Sunday: Bring a joke or humorous story 

A sense of humor may be essential to the enjoyment of life.  Humor can relieve stress, enhance relationships, and possibly increase energy.  Laughter is a gift that allows us to keep our hearts light, even at the most difficult of times.  Today several members of the congregation share what tickles their funny bone.   Congregation Participation. Lay Leader,  Lisa Sporleder.  Pianist,  Susan Johnson. Greeter,  Loquin Britton.  Children’s story,   Shaun Lott.

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