Each year during December, members and friends of the UUFA contribute to a fund to share among our wonderful non-ministerial staff, and the Fellowship hopes you will continue that tradition. This year also has been a particularly trying and stressful one, but they have overcome … read more.
Sunday morning worship on December 26 will be a “sharing service,” which is often what transpires on the last Sunday of the calendar year.
The following information for that Sunday explains how to prepare to participate in this year’s sharing service.
Does your life have … read more.
Kwanzaa, an annual celebration of African-American culture, begins on December 26 and ends on January 1. Join Racial Justice Team member Pam Chubbuck as she shares what Kwanzaa is and how it is celebrated.
The UUFA Forum is held on second, third, and fifth Sundays from … read more.
Steve Williams, organizer of Athens Area Courtwatch Project and a leader of Oconee Street UMC’s Racial Justice Task Force, shares the good, the bad, and the ugly about what is transpiring with each of these initiatives.
The UUFA Forum is held on second, third, and fifth … read more.
The next Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) Board of Trustees meeting will take place on December 13.
We invite you to join the Board as it meets to discuss and make decisions about all facets of Unitarian Universalism. Please consult the board packet of the meeting (when available) for … read more.
The UUFA Social Action Committee (SAC) invites you to join members of SAC and the local Indivisible group in staging Black Lives Matter demonstrations on the corner of Alps and Baxter Streets from noon until 1 p.m. every Monday in December.
Join with sign or … read more.
Celebrate this year’s winter solstice and awake the sacred fire within through words, music, song, and dance.
This celebration, which will be livestreamed, begins at 7 p.m. and features the UUFA Choir.
There’s no telling when Jesus’ birthday really was. (And aren’t all children’s births holy events, anyway?) Somehow, somewhere, Jesus got born, but just how did Santa get mixed up in the whole story? Rev. Lisa will tell a tale of how it MIGHT have happened. … read more.