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 Ahuvah Fails, 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.

Water Communion

Lay Leader: Laurie Walton

This is an ingathering multigenerational service. Bring waters that represent significant events that you have experienced over the summer. It is a symbolic way for us so reconnect and gather again into community as we start into the new congregational year.

Taking Care of Mother Earth: Recycling and Low Carbon Sunday

Lay Leader: Susan Grace

A multigenerational service learning about why we have a  recycling communion and why we honor low carbon Sunday the first Sunday of every month!

Envisioning Our Ministerial Futures

For the first 50 years of our history, UUFF was almost exclusively a lay-led congregation. Then in 2010, the UUA Pacific Northwest District (PNWD) offered us a deal we could not refuse: they offered to help us support a part-time minister if we wanted to try a little ministry on for size. Read More »


Speaker: Jane Trainor Lay Leader: Susan Grace Stoltz

Come learn about who Krishna was.  Join us in chanting and singing in celebration of Krishna.

Building Community

Lay Leaders: Frida Shroyer, Jana Peirce, and Bre Griffin

A Multigenerational Gathered Here Service. We will explore some of the many ways we make our community better.  Come prepared to share your insights in small groups as this is an interactive service.  Since we are talking about community, we are looking forward to hearing from members of all ages, as we all make up this UUFF community.

Broken Buddha

It’s okay to fall short. The Spirit moves through cracks in our hearts and in our lives. We do our best, and it is in doing small things that most of us change the world. Lay Leader: Rev. Sarah Schurr. Special Guest Minister: Meg Barnhouse.

Meg Barnhouse Concert

Meg concert poster

What I learned at GA

Celebrant: Rev. Sarah Schurr

This summer thousands of Unitarian Universalists assembled in Phoenix Arizona for Justice GA, including our minister Rev. Sarah Schurr.  Come hear what she learned about doing Justice Work as Unitarian Universalist people of faith.  You might even hear a funny story or two.

Handicapped Parking as Progressive Politics

Lay Leader: Phil Osborn  Speaker: Doug Toelle

54 million Americans experience disability, it is the equal opportunity minority group, a group that you can (and a pretty good chance you will) join anytime. What is the intersection of disability and politics and why would progressives care? Come learn about disability history, culture and politics.

Celebrating the Power of Words

Lay Leader: Susan Grace

Bring your favorite poem (or two) to read and share with the Fellowship and share what this poem means to you. Poetry can be powerful, delightful, dreamy, funny, stir emotions and make us think.