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 Rev. Leslie Jarzabski, who joined UUFF in September 2015. About half our Sunday Services are lay led or feature guest speakers, ensuring a diversity of topics and voices.
This Sunday: Gilbert & Sullivan wrote 14 comic operas in Victorian England, which critically satirized many social institutions. Mr. Slusher will focus upon G&S’s comic critique of religion, magic and ethics and suggest their relevance to today. Speaker: Monte Slusher. Lay Leader: Cam Leonard.
Rev. Sarah Schurr will arrive in Fairbanks this coming weekend, and will be with us until Oct. 10. We have planned a variety of events to give you time to meet her or you can arrange to meet with her individually. Read on for the details. Read More »
This Sunday, we meet Rev. Sarah Schurr who will be a minister in residence at UUFF for the next several weeks. Rev. Schurr says she loves to preach and lead worship. She is a graduate of the theology program at Marylhurst University, where her thesis was “Worship in Our Own Rite: Unitarian Universalist Flower Communion.” After graduating, she was ordained by the UU Fellowship of Corvallis, where she did her internship. She has served on the Pacific Northwest District board of trustees and as a new congregation organizer. She currently works for the district as a consultant and member of the nominating committee. She also works as a social worker at Parkinson‘s Resources of Oregon while she awaits her first parish position.
Here is the Supper Club schedule for Fall 2010. If you’re interested in joining us for any of these dinners, please let Marilyn Russell (452-4532) know so she can make reservations. The Supper Club meets at a different local restaurant on the 4th Tuesday of each month at 5:30 p.m. Read More »
This Sunday: Dale Guthrie will present an alternative natural explanation for the origin of empathy, morality, love and art that differs from the supernatural ones. Dr. Guthrie is a retired UA professor of biology. He teaches classes on atheism for OLLI (Osher Lifelong Learning Institute). In his UU talk he will reflect on Ice Age information and how we compare with other animals.
This Sunday: 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. Lay Leader: Larry Fogelson. Accompanist: Vera Alexander.
Please join us for a fall Work Party – Saturday, September 4, from 1 – 5 pm! This is all part of the Green Sanctuary project list that you reviewed and supported last February and March. These projects will create better outdoor spaces for the fellowship to enjoy: Read More »
Classes will resume on September 12. Plan to meet after the service with Susan, Stephanie, and pizza to discuss the plan for the year. Please make sure you have registered your child(ren) and signed the covenant (if you are a returning family, please see Bre for paperless registration). Please remember to sign your child into the attendance book for their class each Sunday, and Read More »
The bad news is that Libby’s September 11 book signing event in Fairbanks has been cancelled, so we are rescheduling her concert for later this fall, probably October or November. The good news is that we may be able to get her for both a Saturday night concert and a Sunday morning service, with a book signing afterward. We are also looking for a date that has fewer conflicts with events involving both UUs and PFLAG members (the concert will be a benefit for both our organizations). If you would like to help with this event, please contact us or speak with Brian Rogers or Jana Peirce.
This Sunday: Today we celebrate water, which connects and nourishes us all. Bring a small amount of water (actual or symbolic) gathered from your summer activities for our annual Water Communion ceremony. Many of us travel or adventure at home during summer; all have new experiences to share. Lay Leader, Laurie Walton. Accompanist, Marsha Sousa.