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 strive to be an inclusive congregation, welcoming people of all kinds, all cultural origins, all religious backgrounds, all sexual orientations, all political persuasions. Here, we hope you will find opportunities for personal and spiritual growth, intellectual stimulation, comfort facing the challenges of life, and kindred spirits who are wanting to find community and religious expression.  We hope you will join us!

This Month’s Theme: Welcome

September 24

Single Payer Healthcare
Jay Brock
Worship Associate: Andy Cameron

The health insurance crisis is probably the biggest domestic policy issue the country currently faces.  Some in Congress want to take away the health insurance of tens of millions of Americans in order to give a tax cut to the wealthiest among us.  Others in Washington say we just need to tinker with the current system, which has clearly failed to both cover everyone and control costs.  The answer: a single payer system, aka National Improved Medicare for All.  Come to learn important details; bring lots of questions!  Jay Brock, MC, did his medical training in Canada before running a solo family practice in Fredericksburg for more than three decades. He has spoken on single payer healthcare before community and political groups in the area.


The Assembly theme, Courage Times Seven, reflects both the seven cluster congregations and the seven UU principles. The day’s schedule will focus on how we can act to further the values embodied in our principles. Our keynote speaker will talk about Being the Voice for Those Who Have Been Marginalized. Workshops will focus on social justice issues including ending racism, the Virginia 2021 initiative to end gerrymandering, climate change and sustainability, and building coalitions to effect social change. There will be workshops about how we can help strengthen Unitarian Universalism, as well as our individual congregations. There will also be programming specifically for youth participants. Early registration is available through Wednesday, October 11. $17 donation includes lunch; fee is waived for youth participants. Child care is available at no charge. For online registration please click here.

We are excited to offer this powerful class once again at the UUFF.  Based on the teachings of self-esteem guru, Dr. Caroline Myss, PhD., this class combines teaching concepts, as well as interactive writing and sharing among participants.  Facilitated by life coach Marcia Grimsley, BA.,MS., students will learn how to listen to and follow their intuition and learn to develop higher self-esteem. Participants will come to understand how self esteem impacts all areas of their life.  Without good self-esteem, following personal intuitive guidance becomes very difficult.  It is here that psychology and spirituality become interdependent. Students can learn how to live more consciously and powerfully in the world, as well as how to enhance their spiritual growth, and will draw on real day to day challenges to achieve class goals. Join Marcia Monday evenings from 6:30 to 8 PM from October 2nd until October 30th.  To register, click here.