Upcoming Services

 

SERVICE TIMES:

Service will be at 10:30am and will also be livestreamed to YouTube at www.youtube.com/user/UUFComm 

We can't wait to see you on Sunday.

Sunday, June 26

The Solstice: Life Lessons from Father Sun, Mother Earth

The sky holidays (solstices and equinoxes) are bracketed by earth holidays. For the summer solstice, when the sun is at the peak of his power of creation and destruction, the brackets are the fertility festival of Beltain and the first harvest festival of Lammas. They remind us about the value complementarity, the yin and Yang of power with rather than power over that is essential to void relationships and healthy communities.

 

Worship Leader: Holley Ulbrich

Sunday, July 3

Labyrinth Walk 

Join us for a meditative Labyrinth Walk at UUFC.  Before walking the labyrinth, you are invited to reflect on what you want to invite in or what you want to let go.

Recent Services

Past Sunday Services are available to watch on the UUFC YouTube Page: 

www.youtube.com/user/UUFComm

Sunday, June 19

From Stonewall to Today

On June 28, 1969, police raided the Stonewall Inn in New York City,and sparked an uprising largely led by LGBTQ people of color. Resulting protests around the country ignited the LGBTQ liberation movement. Each June, Pride parades and events celebrate the legal and social gains made in the last 50 years, but the LGBTQ community continues to face challenges.

Worship Leaders: Karen and Emily Hiebel 

Sunday, June 12

Free Play

Let's celebrate the power of play: how we know that power in ourselves, and how it fills us with joy when we see it in children.

 

Let's focus especially on that freedom of the play we see in children, how we find it in ourselves, and how it connects people, strengthens us, encourages our creativity, and leads to better relationships.

Worship Leader: Bill Bruehl

Worship Associate: Elaine Faithful

Sunday, June 5

The Stories We Tell Ourselves

The stories we tell ourselves both as individuals and as a culture have powerful effects on how we live our lives, make meaning of our world and treat one another. Might some of them be retold in ways that would improve our lives and our world!

Worship Leader: Elaine Faithful

Worship Associate: Bill Bruehl

Sunday, May 29

Honoring Transitions

Today we honor transitions in many forms. We will celebrate graduations, retirements, and welcome new members.   What transition has this year brought for you? May we celebrate with you today?

Worship Leader: Rev. Christina Branum-Martin

Worship Associate: Holley Ulbrich