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Black Lives Matter and UUFA–Where Do We Go From Here?

We find ourselves in tumultuous times with seismic shifts in opinion on such matters as “How much should our police resemble our military?” and “When calling for reform, what language should we use?” Members of the UUFA Black Lives Matter Task Force would like to … read more.

Have You Visited the UUA Lately?

UUFA’s denomination–the Association of Unitarian Universalists (UUA)–is alive and well in this time. While the offices in Boston remain closed to all but essential staff, they are open for business virtually.

If you missed it at this year’s General Assembly, take a moment to … read more.

Suzanne Reeves Has Masks Available!

Free to UUFA members and friends!  If you need one, feel free to call her ((706) 850-7441). She says she has many with ribbons or bias tape that tie behind the head. She is also making some now with elastic.

August 8: World Cafe

Two opportunities to connect: Join us for a World Cafe style conversation hosted by DRE, Kelli McConnell and Heather Jensen, our new Lay Minister of Yearning…as we explore the question What is like to (be a) parent during this pandemic? This conversation is open to … read more.

August 17: UUFA Drum Circle Begins

The Palms of Fire Drum Circle meets Mondays from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on the UUFA patio and virtually HERE beginning August 17.

Learn West African rhythms and rhythms of the African diaspora. Play for fun, for worship services, and out and about in the community.

Contact … read more.

August 19: Let’s Communicate!

The Communications Team invites creative, techy, and fun people to work with getting the UUFA word out!

Join us virtually on Wednesday, August 19, from 3 to 4:30 p.m.

Questions? Contact Herb West.