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 SERVICES (10:30 AM):
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
Streams That Carry Us Here
Rev. Doug McCusker
Where are the waters of life taking you? Are you the midstream or resting on a rock? Are you resisting or going with the flow? Bring your water for our traditional in-gathering water communion ceremony and join Rev. Doug McCusker in his first service as our new settled minister.
Lay Leader: Gloria Lloyd
Adult Choir and UUth Choir will perform
The Long and Winding Road
Rev. Doug McCusker
We are a free faith that encourages each of us to wander where our spiritual journey takes us. Every one of us has a story to tell about how we got to this present moment in our quest for truth and meaning. Join Rev. Doug McCusker as he shares his story.
Lay Leader: Bernadette Jones
Committee Fair follows service
Can You Tell Me…
Rev. Doug McCusker
Bring your questions for Rev. Doug McCusker. Ask anything you like and if Rev. Doug can answer it, he will. Let’s explore together!
Lay Leader: Randy Walther
Potluck lunch follows service.
UUFF NEWS & EVENTS:
Committee Fair, September 20
Our committees are the workhouses of the UUFF, and we are looking for your input and service. To help you find the committee that would most benefit from your special interests and talents, we’re holding a Committee Fair on September 20 following the service. Each committee will set up a table to provide information about their goals, responsibilities, and projects. There’s a committee that’s right for everyone, and we want you to find the right fit. So grab a cup of coffee, stop by each table to chat with a representative, learn about ongoing efforts and future plans, and see how you can join them to make a difference in the life of the UUFF. See you on the 20th!
Welcome Back Potluck, September 27
The Friendship Committee invites you to celebrate our community with a potluck lunch following the worship service on September 27. Please bring a delicious dish to share–your specialty or your favorite take-out–and enjoy the company of fellow UUs. We’ll cross our fingers for good weather, so plan to eat outside on our patio or on the grass. Bring a blanket or lawn chair for seating if you can, but some seating will be available outside and in. The Friendship Committee will proved the paper goods and drinks and will organize food contributions as you bring them in before the service. Potlucks are always a dining adventure and we encourage you and your family to join in!