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.

2009 KUAC Pledge Drive at UUFF

Once again, UUFF will be sponsoring its own KUAC Pledge Drive to support our underwriting habit.  For most of the past decade UUFF has sponsored Weekend Edition on Saturday and Sunday mornings. We can afford to do this by laundering your KUAC donations through the Fellowship. If you will be giving to KUAC anyway, consider making your donation through the Fellowship. (If you weren’t planning on giving to KUAC this year, please consider it. You can help two great organizations at once.) Here’s how it works. Read More »

Need Volunteers to Answer KUAC Phones

UUFF has signed up to answer phones at KUAC on Saturday, October 24, from 7:00 to 10:00 am. (Note: That’s the 2nd weekend of the pledge drive.) We’ll be looking for 4 people to take pledge calls. Contact us if you are interested. We’ll send a confirmation email in return with more information.

RE This Week

Remember to get your completed Registration form (if your child has never been registered in the RE program) or check that your Registration information is complete, as well as your child’s Safety and Behavior Covenant turned in to Bre or the RE table. As soon as I receive that information, your child will have a name tag to wear on Sunday mornings. Also, make sure to sign your child into the attendance notebook before services start so we have an idea of how many children will be in each class. Read on to find out what each class is doing this week. Read More »

This Sunday: Beware the Book!

“Books are one of the first places where knowledge and history are kept, and we go back to build on that knowledge and experience. To censor or block published word keeps society from possible growth.”  - Kimmetha Herndon

There is nothing quite like banning a book, or declaring it dangerous, to increase that book’s sales. Sometimes however, nobody notices and the banned book stays lost to a school, library, or community. Let us celebrate our right to the power of literature and make known the dangers that exist when restraints are imposed on access to information in a free society. Presenter, June Pinnell-Stephens. Lay Leader, Jeanne Olson. Accompanists, Laurel Holmes & Susan Grace.

Northern Log going Paperless (nearly) in November

The grace period is officially over: our newsletter, The Northern Log, will go electronic in November. The link to download the PDF newsletter is sent out once a month on our Announcements email list. If you do not currently get UUFF emails or if you wish to continue receiving a paper copy of the newsletter, keep reading. Read More »

RE This Week

Preschool RE will meet for their usual gathering and play time. Elementary will be talking more about how sports reflect our UU values with Bre and Marilyn. Middle School will meet this week, so make sure to come and start your lessons on the “Gospel according to the Simpsons” with Michael. Remember that the Middle School group meets on the First Sunday of the Month. YRUU will not be meeting this week. Note: Preschool is still looking to hire one more youth attendant, please contact Bre Griffin (490-4604) or email us if you are interested in working some Sundays.

Silent Auction ends at Noon Sunday

Sunday, October 4th at noon is the end of the current silent auction. The October table will feature tableware, baskets, etc. If you have anything to contribute, please bring it into the office. November’s table will feature jewelry. We thought it would be a good pre-holiday gift finding offering.

This Sunday: Don’t Stare, and Don’t Point – A Path to Unitarian Universalism

UUFF member Peter Pierson explores the sometimes irreverent, but substantial, paths some of us take to find this place, this UU faith.

3rd Annual Fairbanks Change Your Mind Day

1 to 5 p.m. Day of Free meditation instruction at UUFF hosted by Cold Mountain Zen Center. Stop in at any time throughout the day to join us. Please bring a blanket for yoga and a cushion, mat or pillow to help you be comfortable sitting. Schedule is subject to change. Read More »

RE: September 20, 2009

Lots of news this week! Please read the whole post (by clicking the MORE link) to find out what is planned for all ages groups this fall. Contact Bre Griffen (490-4604) with any questions. Read More »