Are you longing to experience an open minded, open hearted spiritual community that honors the human journey? Welcome home.

Who We Are

NOURISHING OUR SPIRITS

Living Our Values

Lifespan Learning

WHAT’S NEW AT THE FELLOWSHIP

Rev. Pippin is in the House!

The Rev. Dr. M. Pippin Whitaker began her time as our newly settled minister on August 1. She will lead the worship services on Sunday August 7 and August 28. Please attend these services in person, virtually, or watch them at your convenience.

Learn more about Rev. Whitaker.

“Stay Calm and Carry On”

Members of the Regathering Task Force and the Medical Advisory Panel (MAP) met this week to discuss what to propose for UUFA during this current COVID-19 spike. The decision was made to “Stay Calm and Carry On,” at least for the immediate present. Our congregation has very high vaccination rates, and our sanctuary HVAC system has an excellent air-exchange rate. We are asking you to always wear a well-fitting mask indoors, and UUFA will continue to provide them. During community time after Sunday services we are also inviting you to get your food and drink and then move to the shady area of the yard by the playground and socially distance as much as possible. Learn more details here.

We Covenant To:

There are lots of ways to enjoy fellowship in large groups or small, and ways for introverts to engage comfortably, too. Spending time with others outside of Sunday services is a vital aspect of UUFA for many individuals.

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There are lots of ways to enjoy fellowship in large groups or small, and ways for introverts to engage comfortably, too. Spending time with others outside of Sunday services is a vital aspect of UUFA for many individuals.

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Acting for Justice

Our vision statement closes with the words, “we strive to transform our world.” We believe that community is key, and we yearn to build the Beloved Community that the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. spoke about. All our work is grounded in our values of social justice, and we engage in the difficult work of changing systemic problems even as we respond to the more immediate suffering in the world.

Acting for Justice

Our vision statement closes with the words, “we strive to transform our world.” We believe that community is key, and we yearn to build the Beloved Community that the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. spoke about. All our work is grounded in our values of social justice, and we engage in the difficult work of changing systemic problems even as we respond to the more immediate suffering in the world.

You’re Invited

Sunday Services are at 10:30 A.M.
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