What’s New 

In the Name of Love 

Our nation is in the midst of an uprising against racism and police brutality. What can we do now? What concrete, immediate actions can we take — no matter who we are, what resources we have — to live our UU faith in this pivotal moment in American history? After a brief service for all our members, friends, and visitors, Rev. Leslie will accompany us through a encouraging and spiritually grounded workshop: “In the Name of Love”: led by Rev. Meg Riley, Chris Crass, and Rev. Ashley Horan. This workshop will help white Unitarian Universalists seeking to be in right relationship with people of color in our fellowship and wider community. After the workshop, we will take part in a special coffee hour discussion.

Annual Meeting Materials 

Click  here UUFF 2020 final annual meeting packet to download the annual meeting materials that include the agenda, minutes from last year and reports from committees.

 

UUFF Annual Meeting Service 

This Sunday will be a brief service before our annual Meeting. This is the link to the service.

ZOOM LINK: https://zoom.us/j/761060086
or CALL IN: dial 669 900 9128, meeting ID#761060086

Life After Death 

Minister: Rev. Leslie

Our beliefs regarding what happens — and what doesn’t happen — after we die have a profound impact on the way we live our lives. Rev. Leslie will explore the spectrum of Unitarian Universalist beliefs about what lies beyond this life.

ZOOM LINK: https://zoom.us/j/761060086
or CALL IN: dial 669 900 9128, meeting ID#761060086
After the service, we’ll be holding a VIRTUAL COFFEE HOUR!

Forgiveness 

Minister: Rev. Leslie Ahuvah Fails Lay Leader: Cam Leonard

“The will to forgive is not enough … Only true understanding can bring about forgiveness. And this kind of understanding is possible only when you see the suffering (of others)”.
-Thich Nhat Hanh

Forgiveness can be heavy spiritual work. What can be done when it is difficult — or impossible — to forgive? What happens within us when we make peace with how we have been wronged — and how we have wronged others? And — how will we ever forgive ourselves?

Acts of Love 

Minister: Rev. Leslie Ahuvah Fails

“Love, according to our Universalist forebears, is the Thing that holds us. In all our holy human perfection and all our wretched human brokenness—which cannot be separated, one from the other, in any of us—Love holds us.” -Lisa Doege

Join us as we honor those who uplift others with acts of love and all who have mothered us throughout our lives.

ZOOM LINK: https://zoom.us/j/761060086
or CALL IN: dial 669 900 9128, meeting ID#761060086
After the service, we’ll be holding a VIRTUAL COFFEE HOUR!

 

Sharing the Light (Poetry Sunday) 

Rev. Leslie and UUFF Poets & Readers

In this beloved yearly service, we will share poems that touch our hearts and stir our spirits. Our members and minister will weave together poetry and song to celebrate the return of the light!

ZOOM LINK: https://zoom.us/j/761060086
or CALL IN: dial 669 900 9128, meeting ID#761060086
After the service, we’ll be holding a Special VIRTUAL COFFEE HOUR!

After the Sunday Service, join us for our first Coffee Hour Discussion! Our special guest will be Dr. Mark Simon, who has graciously agreed to answer questions from the UUFF community about the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Dr. Simon is an emergency room physician at Fairbanks Memorial Hospital. He is a member of the Fairbanks Hospital Board and since 2009 has been a member of the Board of Trustees of the Greater Fairbanks Community Hospital Foundation. Mark was appointed to the Executive Committee in 2010. He is a trained and board-certified emergency medicine physician. Dr. Simon earned his bachelor’s degree from Drake University and his medical degree from the University of Iowa College of Medicine. He has been active in our community providing expert information on Covid-19 related medical information.

Do you have questions for Dr. Simon? Please submit them to John Davies (jdavies1945@gmail.com) by this Saturday. 

Coffee With Rev. Leslie 

Something on your mind? Just want to talk? Let’s catch up! Drop in anytime from 11 AM – 12 PM this Friday to chat with Rev. Leslie over coffee or tea.

ZOOM LINK: https://zoom.us/j/188318878
or CALL IN: dial 669 900 9128, meeting ID#188318878

This Great Turning 

Minister: Rev. Leslie

It is time now, it is time now that we thrive
It is time we lead ourselves into the well
It is time now, and what a time to be alive
In this Great Turning we shall learn to lead in love

– lyrics from “We Shall Be Known” by MaMuse

We are living in a pivotal moment in history where choices we make now will reverberate for generations. Join Rev. Leslie for a service meant to help us carry the weight of this reality, heavy as it is with both promise and peril.

ZOOM LINK: https://zoom.us/j/761060086
or CALL IN: dial 669 900 9128, meeting ID#761060086
After the service, we’ll be holding a VIRTUAL COFFEE HOUR!

WEDNESDAY NIGHT – 6:30 PM – VESPERS SERVICE 

Join us for a meditative chapel service this Wednesday evening at 6:30 PM on Zoom. Rev. Leslie will hold sacred space for us to reflect, meditate, and take time to be together in beloved community. Refill your spiritual well with music, poetry, and the opportunity to be heard and held by your beloved community.
ZOOM LINK:
https://zoom.us/j/289099985
Or dial in:
US: +1 669 900 9128
Webinar ID: 289 099 985

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