Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Fredericksburg

Join us at 25 Chalice Circle. Map and directions here.
 
UPDATE: ALL IN-PERSON SERVICES HAVE BEEN SUSPENDED FOR THE TIME BEING.  WE ARE HOLDING SERVICES VIA ZOOM UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.  FOR DETAILED UPDATES REGARDING UUFF AND ITS RESPONSE TO COVID-19, PLEASE CLICK HERE. (Last updated February 24, 2020)
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!
THIS SUNDAY’S SERVICE (10:30 AM):

Monthly Theme: Commitment

 

March 14

Choosing Blessing
Michele Nierle
Worship Associate: Karen Kallay
Zoom: Click here for Zoom link
Meeting ID: 632 068 0813
Teleconference: 1-301-715-8592

Rebecca Parker says, “Choose to bless the world.” Some days, this does not feel like an easy choice, especially if we are not feeling so blessed ourselves. What does it mean to commit to blessing the world? How do we clarify and return to this commitment in our daily lives, in our relationships, in beloved community?

 

THE UUFF STEWARDSHIP CAMPAIGN:

Use this link to fill out and submit your pledge form for the FY22 pledge campaign.  Thank you!!

Check out the 2021 Giving Tree Gala!!  Use this link to view the entire gala and watch fellow UUFFers share their talents.

 

UUFF NEWS & EVENTS:

CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC ANNIVERSARY Mar 12, 2021  at 7:00 PM
On this one-year anniversary of the pandemic, we’ll gather on ZOOM (Meeting ID: 920 676 087) with our sibling UU congregations in Virginia for a special Friday night worship service to mark this overwhelming year by lamenting our collective loss and our individual loneliness, by offering our thanks for those who have cared for the sick and those who have kept society going, and by lifting up our hopes for a healthier, kinder and more just future.

BLACK HISTORY MONTH PRESENTATION: The Empowerment Controversy
If you were unable to attend the presentation on Mar 5, 2021, you can view the recording. To access the presentation, click here and watch the video. Rev. Doug McCusker will share the story of what is called the Empowerment Controversy. Learn about how the relatively new Unitarian Universalist Association grappled with Black Power, the tension between integration and identity empowerment and the resistance to examine and dismantle White supremacy culture within the institution.

MID-WEEK VESPERS RETURNS!
Join us for Vespers Services each Wednesday at 5:30pm online on Zoom.
Zoom:  https://zoom.us/j/6320680813?pwd=L2hsWkxLY3BzWnBTOS9HaVJPZitvZz09
Meeting ID: 632-068-0813
Members of the UUFF staff and lay congregants will lead a 30 minute contemplative service with poetry, reflections, meditation, soothing music and more to unwind and offer gratitude. Make this half-hour a regular part of your week to get over the hump with mindfulness and compassion
SUNDAY SERVICE RECORDINGS ARE BACK!
We will be linking recordings of our Sunday Zoom services here on the website, on the Sermons and Presentations page.  From there, you can click on a link to the recorded service, which you can either download or stream.  All Joys and Concerns have been edited out to respect the privacy of those who have shared.  Enjoy!