We are thrilled to welcome you to the home of the UUFF at 25 Chalice Circle. The successful completion of this building in April 2012 is the culmination of many years of hard work and perseverance. Our gatherings here reflect the exhilaration we feel in bringing our Fellowship together at last in this exceptional space.

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 in our new home at 25 Chalice Circle. Map and directions here.


July 20
Gae Pinschmidt

Members of the Memoirs Group will again present samples of their writings. This has traditionally been a very meaningful and popular service.

July 27
The Conversation Project
Janet Coleman & Patrick Neustatter

Too many people die in a way they would not choose, leaving their family members feeling guilty and uncertain. The Conversation Project encourages end-of-life discussion at the kitchen table, not the intensive care unit in the hospital. Come learn about this project and begin the conversation. Janet Coleman, LCSW, is a counselor on the Palliative Medicine Team at Mary Washington Hospital. Patrick is the Medical Director at the Lloyd F. Moss Free Clinic.

August 3
The Rules of Creation
Lynda Allen

The  Rules  of  Creation is  a  new  book  by Lynda  Allen,  which  she  describes  as  a handbook  for  living  life  from  the  pure essence of divinity from which we each sprang.  Lynda will share  excerpts and insights from the book.

August 10
Laughter is the Best Medicine
Shirley Kinney

Telling jokes and laughing about the human condition is an affirmation of our humanity. It breaks the ice. It builds trust and draws us all together into a common state of well-being. Shirley Kinney will examine some of the uses of humor in our society and share some UU humor on the condition of this amazing interconnected web of which we are a part.


UUFF Year End Picnic, Sunday, June 8, 12:30 PM

This year, our annual UUFF potluck picnic will be held at the home of Ralph and Joyce Phipps. This is a great way to end our Fellowship year, and is always a day of food, fun and friendship for the whole family. We’ll get together our traditional volleyball game, or you can join in a friendly game of horseshoes. The kids will enjoy swimming in the pool, swinging on the rope swings, sliding down the dirt hills, or trying out the trampoline. Bring a picnic dish to share, and drinks for your family if you’d like (some soft drinks will be provided). A lawn chair or blanket to sit on is a must, and bring your bathing suit and towel if you’d like to take a dip in the pool. There’s plenty of shelter, so the picnic will be held rain or shine. Enjoy a fabulous day in the country in the company of old and new UU friends!