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.

Living Peace: A Quaker Commitment

Peace is a value that permeates all Quaker teachings. Friends (Quakers) are challenged to be peace educators, to live the value of peace every day at work and at home. In order to reach these goals — and make “peace” more than an expedient slogan — Quakers must continually reinterpret and reevaluate themselves in a changing world. Charley Basham will talk about the Quaker Peace Testimony, an expression of that nonviolent faith and a tradition which goes back over 400 years. Speaker, Charley Basham. Lay Leader, Barbara Braley. Accompanist, Marsha Sousa.

RE This Week

  • The preschool class will be playing with Bre and Conal.
  • The Elementary Class will be learning about First Aid with Marilyn and Michael.
  • The middle school class does not meet this week, please join your parents for the service.
  • YRUU (high school) will be meeting with Susan during the service.

Encounters With the Sacred: Our Stories and our Faith

Religion tends to put so much energy into making meaning of life. Perhaps we can gain more from making meaning FROM life. Peter continues an exploration of how personal experience is such a vital part of Unitarian Universalism. Speaker, Peter Pierson. Accompanist, Susan Johnson.

UUFF KUAC-FM Pledge Drive Update

Thank you to everyone who pledged to KUAC-FM through the fellowship! We have raised $2,460 (updated 11-4-09) in pledges enabling us to continue sponsoring Weekend Saturday and Sunday for most of the next year. If you meant to pledge but haven’t, this Sunday (Nov 1) is the last day to make a pledge (and the last day to bring in your check if pledged previously). Remember, checks need to be made out to UUFF. Just add a notation somewhere on the check that says KUAC.

RE This Week

Preschool: Mikayla and Jeffrey will be playing with the little ones. Elementary: Michael and Liz will be finishing up their lesson on the good and bad of sports. Middle School : Stephanie will be meeting with the class to watch a Simpson’s episode and talk about the Gospel According to the Simpsons. YRUU (high school) will not be meeting this week, please join your parents for the service.That’s it for this week. See you Sunday.  – Bre

Beyond the Veil: A Day of Remembrance

During the Celtic festival of Samhain, when it was believed that the veil separating this world from the next was at its thinnest, people provided hospitality for dead ancestors. Even if you are not a pagan (or a pagan at heart), it is a good time to acknowledge loved ones who are no longer with us and keep them close through memory. Come slip behind the veil for just for a moment to light a candle in memory of someone who gave joy or meaning to your life. If you would like, bring a photograph or memento to place on the memory altar. You may share a brief detail that brings them back for you or light your candle in silence. Lay Leaders,  Penni Haskins and Shaun Lott. Accompanist, Laurel Holmes.

Unitarianism Begins I: Michael Servetus

In honor of the 456th anniversary of Michael Servetus’ martyrdom, we’re reposting this sermon which the late Rev. Frank Schulman deliverd at UUFF on Sept. 7, 2003:

Unitarian history is difficult to trace because we don’t begin with any one person. It can be traced back to Judaism and early Christianity. Modern Unitarianism, though, goes back to the early Reformation. It is an exciting story and it will unfold in two sermons. First, though, some background. Read More »

Supper Club Schedule

The UUFF SUPPER CLUB meets on the 4th Tuesday of each month. Please call Marilyn 452-4532 with any questions and to let her know you’re coming so she can make reservations. Remember: You’re going to sup… let’s sup together (even if you just want an appetizer and a glass of wine)! Here’s the restaurants we’ll be sampling this year: Read More »

RE This Week

Preschool – Robin and Conal will be working with our preschool class this week
Elementary – Terry and a helper will be talking about el Dia de los Muertos
Middle School – will not meet this week, please join your parents in the service.
YRUU will meet with Bre this week DURING the service. Read More »

This Sunday: Bringing Down Barriers – The Fall of the Berlin Wall

In November 1989 the Berlin Wall fell symbolizing the end of the cold war. Rich Seifert was in Prague and the Czech republic just before the wall came down, and in Germany on a Fulbright scholarship ten years after. Today he will speak about the immediate and long-term effects in Germany and abroad. Speaker, Rich Seifert. Lay Leader, Michael Ream. Music, Susan Grace.