Lectio Divina, which means “divine reading” in Latin, is a meditative way of reading designed to invite us to let go of our prior agendas and be present with the text and the moment. All are invited to participate in one (or more) of the Article II Lectio Divina sessions that UUFA is sponsoring; in person, as well, as virtually meetings offered.
Rev. Dr. Pippin Whitaker reflects on the monthly theme.
On December 20 & 21, observe the Winter Solstice at UUFA at one or both services of these two different services. Click through to learn more.
Worship begins at 10:30 a.m. on Sundays. Learn more about this month’s Sunday services and ways to reflect on the monthly theme. Please note that this year Christmas Eve falls on Sunday so the service will be held at the regular 10:30 a.m. worship time!
Each year, the Minister invites the congregation to share appreciation for our caring and committed staff by offering financial gifts and cards of appreciation to be shared among all non-ministerial staff. Click through to give online or drop your gift in the box in the Sanctuary.
Did you know that dozens of UUFA members and friends get together monthly to share a meal and conversation and you are invited to join them by being a part of the Circle Supper group? Don’t miss the holiday party!
This event will be a marvelous opportunity to come together and learn about the new Charter format from Board members while we all enjoy all kinds of macaroni and cheese together (vegan, gluten free, etc.). Click through to RSVP and learn more!
“The Holiday Hustle” is scheduled for Dec. 15 at 7 pm at UUFA. Wonderful musicians and refreshments. Suggested Adult donation is $10 benefits the musicians and UUFA and includes refreshments. Children are free.
RE and YUU will meet on Sunday, December 10th at 10:30 a.m. Join RE as we explore the Mystery in the Ordinary thanks to our incredible volunteers! We focus on the theme of Mystery as taken from the proposed Article II section that reads “As Unitarian Universalists, we proclaim that direct experiences of transcending mystery and wonder are a primary source of inspiration. These experiences open our hearts, renew our spirits, and transform our lives.”
What food scraps are acceptable?
Anything that was once alive–paper, greasy pizza boxes, cheese, meat, bones, veggie, and fruit scraps.
Click through to learn how members and friends may drop off compost at UUFA.