Upcoming Services



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


Masks (for everyone over the age of two), and social distancing between households is required.

We can't wait to see you on Sunday.

Sunday, January 16

"The 1619 Project: Our Nation's Origin Story"

An exploration of the importance of the 1619 Project and how it is entangled in the current political backlash against Critical Race Theory. 

A Joint Worship Service of three congregations on Zoom: https://nwuuc.org/zoom/


Sunday, January 23

"Why I Marched"

In commemoration of the anniversary of Roe v. Wade and the ongoing fight for reproductive health, rights, and justice, we join UU congregations across the country for a Sunday of solidarity, support, and reflection.


Worship Leader: Rev. Christina Branum-Martin

Worship Associate: Karen Hiebel

Recent Services

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


Sunday, January 9

"Revival is a Lifelong Friend"

There is a Chinese Proverb that says: The remedy for dirt is soap and water; The remedy for dying is living. We make New Year’s resolutions in hope of a new year, a better year, a better life. Yet, those resolutions soon get broken. Why? What are we holding onto? What are we trying to “fix”? Our lives are thresholds of letting go and opportunities for welcoming the new. We can be stubborn or rise to the occasion. Revival is a lifelong friend. Let’s consider that a resolution is the wrong mindset for welcoming in the new.  Let’s be together as we make space for what brings us back to life.  Let’s cross the threshold of the New Year together.


Worship Leader: Rev. Christina Branum-Martin

Worship Associate: Elizabeth Branstead

Sunday, January 2

Indoor Labryinth Walk

To usher in the new year, the Fellowship has purchased a large 14-foot fabric labyrinth to have in the years to come. May it invite us into deeper connection with our own truths. On Sunday, January 2nd, the labyrinth will be laid on the floor of the sanctuary. Before walking the labyrinth, you are invited to reflect on what you want to invite in during this coming year or what you may want to let go of. With slips of disappearing paper  (that will be provided), you can write a word or draw an image to represent these reflections. Bring these slips with you to the labyrinth. In the center of the labyrinth there will be a bowl with water for you to put the slips of disappearing paper into. Then you turn and retrace your steps out of the labyrinth and into the new year – into to the “wisdom within you (that) calls to a wisdom beyond you and in that dialogue lies peace.”

Thursday, December 24

Christmas Eve Service

Join us for a brief Christmas Eve Service featuring stories and carols of the season. Come ready for holiday songs and hot chocolate.

Sunday, December 19

"The Longest Night"

A celebration of the longest night, Winter Solstice, with song and story.

Worship Leader: Rev. Christina Branum-Martin

Worship Associate: Elaine Faithful