SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29

“We Still Have Work To Do”

with Rev. Joe Donatone, UU Minister

The year 2020 has been quite a rollercoaster; we've experienced extreme highs, devastating lows, and the sustained trauma of a global pandemic. Where do we go from here? How do we stitch back together communities left in fragments?  Joe Donatone, a newly minted UU minister returns to UUUF with another inspiring message.

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We are a "lay-led" congregation with a different speaker every Sunday morning.

Upcoming Services

December Services to be announced.

 

 

We hear from a wide variety of academic, spiritual, and social justice speakers. Our Sunday Services are designed to illuminate different spiritual paths and strengthen our sense of self, family, and community.

Past Services

November 15

“Widening the Circle”   |     Presentation Recording

with Laura Solomon, UU Ministerial Intern

After more than a year of study of our congregations and denomination, the Unitarian Universalist Association has published "Widening the Circle of Concern," a report from the Commission on Institutional Change.  This report charges Unitarian Universalism, its congregations, and its congregants, to deepen our engagement in the work of anti-racism, and to grapple with the cultural change this work demands of us, personally and institutionally.  Join Laura Solomon, intern minister, for a conversation about what this report means for us as Unitarian Universalists.


November 22

“Blessed by Love and Amazing Grace”   |     Presentation Recording

with Rev. Kathy Schmitz

As we prepare for the Thanksgiving holiday, let's use this phrase from a lovely hymn in our songbook, Singing the Journey, to explore the healing power of gratitude.

 

To see a comprehensive list of archived talks, please see our Past Presentations archive.

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UUUF Declaration of Support & Commitment to Anti-Racism Work

The University Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (UUUF) condemns racism, police brutality, and white supremacy ideology in no uncertain terms. In accordance with our First Principle, “The inherent worth and dignity of every human being,” we recognize our shared humanity and acknowledge the systemic injustice to which our black, brown, and Native American (BIPOC) siblings have been subjected for generations. We see you and we grieve alongside you.

The UUUF reaffirms its commitment to radical inclusion. We are dismayed by present conditions of racial injustice. We support and affirm every person’s right to peaceful protest. Many of these protests have resulted in violence and some have included rioting and looting. We do not condone violence or the destruction of property. We understand rioting as a symptom of oppression and injustice. Our goal is to heal the systems rather than merely treating the symptoms. We are committed to fully engaging in the hard work of anti-racism, including support of Black Lives Matter, and in making our community a safe and welcoming space for all.

UUUF Board of Trustees, October 5, 2020

 

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We welcome all to our Sunday services and programs — regardless of age, gender identity, race, ethnicity, religious beliefs, or sexual orientation.