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The Peace Choir

Do you like to sing? The Fairbanks Community Peace Choir rehearses on Tuesday nights from 7 to 8:30 pm in the UUFF sanctuary. Come early to register ($75 for the Fall semester). No auditions required. Helping to create a culture of peace through song. Call Flyn Ludington, Director, at … read more.

Our Mission

UUFF is an inclusive community that encourages religious freedom, nurtures spiritual and ethical growth, celebrates diversity, and promotes a just, sustainable, and peaceful world. (Adopted April 2009)

Better Together, Creating Congregational Partnerships

Episode Two in the UUAs “A Religion for Our Time” video series shows how the ministers of three remote Washington State congregations have partnered to create the Living Tradition Institute of the West Puget Sound. By offering team-led programs, they’ve expanded the religious education and … read more.

A Passionate Commitment to Young Adults

Episode Six of the “A Religion for Our Time” series describes how the First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Diego, California, transformed itself from a graying congregation into a multigenerational one. How is the congregation’s commitment to young adult and campus ministry programming grounded? Through … read more.

Where to Find Out about Upcoming Services

Join our email announcements list by signing up in the sidebar at right to receive a weekly email about upcoming services and events. You will also receive an email once a month with a link to download our newsletter. If you prefer not to sign … read more.

RE for Elementary Ages (K-6)

Children in grades K to 6 join their parents in the sanctuary for the beginning of the service, and then depart as a group with their teachers right after the Children’s Story, usually about 10 minutes into the service. UUFF’s Director of RE provides the … read more.

Toddlers and Preschoolers (Ages 2 to 5)

The younger children are invited to join a short class and play time in the Beatrix Potter Room or stay with their parents during the service. Like the older children, our preschoolers always start the morning in the sanctuary with their families and are escorted … read more.

Middle and High School Students

Our YRUU (Young Religious Unitarian Universalists) group is open to both middle and high school students. YRUU members typically attend the 10:30 am worship service on Sunday mornings or serve as paid caregivers for the toddlers and preschoolers. In the past they have then met … read more.

Adult Religious Exploration (RE)

Adult religious exploration (RE) classes may be offered several times during the year. The minister teaches a New UU class after Sunday service when in Fairbanks to teach new folks about UUFF and about Unitarian Universalism. It is a good class to take for those … read more.