We are thrilled to welcome you to the home of the UUFF at 25 Chalice Circle.
You are cordially invited to join us in our joyful celebrations of beloved community. We offer an open-minded and supportive environment for those seeking philosophical, spiritual, intellectual and religious exploration. Here you will find inspiring services, uplifting music, vibrant religious education, engaging dialogue, and community connection. We invite you to ask questions, share ideas, and join us in our search for truth and understanding. We look forward to meeting you and personally welcoming you into our congregation.
Join us at 25 Chalice Circle. Map and directions here.
UPCOMING SUMMER SERVICES AND SUMMER RE CLASSES (10:30 AM):
Here is our complete listing of summer services and RE classes for July and August here at UUFF:
Finding Words for Grief
Lynda Allen, Cynthia Armbrister, and Gloria Lloyd
A poet, a chaplain and a bereavement counselor will share the transformative power of being a part of a grief writing group.
Lay Leader: Susan Kosior
Offertory Music: Jon Bachman
Summer RE: “Pieces of the Earth: Gems, Minerals, and Fossils” with Nicole DeGeorge
Innovations to Help You be an Even More “Difficult Patient”
Dr. Patrick Neustatter has a particular interest in helping patients become even more involved, informed, and in charge of their own healthcare — and has a book (Managing Your Doctor: The Smart Patient’s Guide to Getting Effective Affordable Healthcare) coming out on September 28, 2015. You will be instructed in the latest innovations that will help you to be, what he slightly facetiously calls, a “difficult patient” (which is sometimes how the medical profession views involved, informed, and empowered patients).
Lay Leader: Kay Pollock
Offertory Music: Laura Joy
Summer RE: “Bubbles, Balloons, and Kites…Oh My!” with Chris Johns
UUFF NEWS & EVENTS:
UUFF Welcomes Rev. Doug McCusker, our new full-time Minister!
After an exciting Candidating Week, featuring two services led by our Ministerial Candidate, a series of meetings, and numerous social events, our year-long ministerial search efforts came to a close after the May 3 service where, in a unanimous vote, the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Fredericksburg chose to call Reverend Doug McCusker to be our full-time minister beginning in the fall of 2015! And, equally exciting, Rev. Doug returned to the Fellowship, accompanied by his wife and daughter, to resoundingly accept the call!
We are thrilled to welcome Rev. Doug McCusker in the fall, and we are extremely grateful to both our intrepid Search Committee for their hundreds of hours of dedication and hard work and to Rev. Walter Braman for so graciously coming out of retirement to see us through to this point.