Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Fredericksburg

Join us at 25 Chalice Circle. Map and directions here.
Welcome to our Fellowship, located at 25 Chalice Circle!  We are an inclusive congregation, welcoming people of all kinds, all cultural origins, all religious backgrounds, all sexual orientations, all political persuasions. Our mission here at UUFF is to nurture learning, inspire spiritual insights, create compassionate relationships, and lovingly transform our community and the world.  We hope you will join us!

Theme for June: Beauty

June 30

The Power of We: Reflections of General Assembly
Rev. Doug McCusker
Worship Associate: Andy Cameron

In a time of great challenge and heartbreak in our world, what does our faith demand from us?  At this year’s General Assembly, we will explore the power, possibility, purpose, struggle, and joy of finding the path forward together as Unitarian Universalists.  If you can’t attend General Assembly, join Rev. Doug McCusker as he carries the messages of our faith’s collective gathering to our Fellowship.




June 30th – All About Me!
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. On this first class of the Summer RE season, the children will join Anita Holle to create collages that tell their own stories, and share their hopes and dreams! Collages will be displayed in the gallery though July.
July 7th – Go Fly a Plane!
Ruth used to have dreams of being Casper the Friendly Ghost, who was able to fly about the room and through walls.  Later in her life, she took the controls of a plane and jumped out of a different plane (“Cowabunga!  Best thing ever.”)  Not as exciting, but so much fun is folding planes and testing them!  Join Ruth as she teaches you to take paper airplane folding to a whole new level.



Mowing the lawn can be a chore, what with the heat and the sweat and the noise.  But, don’t forget about the time that you have with nature.  All the thoughts that you can have to yourself.  The conversations and the songs that you can sing.  Who doesn’t love that?  Please consider signing up to help cut the grass at the UUFF.  The areas that need to be cut are around the fellowship and up the drive.  We have a John Deere riding mower that you can use as well, and Ed Rodriguez will happily give you an orientation on how to use it.  The main thing we need is the grass cut.  If you feel so inclined, then you can go ahead and do some weed trimming and clear off the sidewalks as well.  Let’s keep our beautiful building looking beautiful!  Want to help out?  Sign up by clicking this link, and many thanks in advance!