It feels like bad news assaults us at every turn these days, but there is so much good news to report about the positive difference UUFF is making in our community and in people’s lives. As we kick off our annual Stewardship Campaign, let’s reflect … read more.
Speaker: Reverend David Kohlmeier
February is Black History Month, and this year our observance comes in the midst of increasing racial tensions and violence across our nation. With hatred and fear everywhere, what are we to do? Who are we to be? In this service we shall listen deeply … read more.
We honor the birthday of Charles Darwin by considering how science, reason and critical thinking are essential values for a truly free and responsible search for truth and meaning.
An annual celebration for all ages! This is a service for acknowledging, during the dreary days of winter, the ways that our animal kin bring us the warmth of love. You’re invited to bring your animal friends to the service, or just bring … read more.
Our Third UU Principle affirms that we “encourage spiritual growth.” What do we mean by “spiritual”? How can someone have “spiritual growth” if they don’t believe in a God? We’ll explore this subject using insights from the teachings of Humanism.
For much of the world, the Magi don’t arrive on Christmas Eve, but later, on Epiphany. This year we’ll be honoring Epiphany, using insights and customs from diverse cultures to help us better understand our Third UU Principle, and what it means to truly “accept … read more.
Today we’ll celebrate the Winter Solstice and the shift from Fall to Winter. Our service will draw from the wisdom of Earth-Centered Traditions to help us endure the dark times as we wait for the light to return.