Groups and Programs at UUFF

Religious Education

Children & Youth Religious Education

The religious exploration program at UUFF exists to cultivate our children and youth’s capacity to love radically, wonder continually, and change the world with acts of bravery and compassion. We do this using the tools of our historic and progressive faith, Unitarian Universalism, and within the covenanted church community of UUFF. Learn more

Adult Religious Education

Our Adult Religious Exploration programs give us the chance to go deeper— intellectually, socially, ethically, and spiritually. We are a diverse group in Adult RE, and we explore a multitude of topics ranging from the rich history of Unitarian Universalism to philosophy, world religion, ethics, morality, current events, and more. We have fun, and learn from each other through collaborative conversations, debates and discussions. We hope you join us. Learn more

Our Whole Lives (OWL): Lifespan Sexuality Education

OWL for children entering grades 4-6 in will be offered in early fall!

Click HERE for more information.
Click HERE to register. Registration officially opens on August 1st.
If you would like to know more about OWL in general and the 4-6 curriculum in particular, please attend our Parent Information Meeting on Sunday, August 27th at 12:15PM at UUFF. 
The Unitarian Universalist Association website includes detailed information on all levels of Our Whole Lives. Click HERE to visit the UUA Religious Education website.

Young Adults Leading and Learning

A group for young Unitarian Universalist people ages 18 to 35 to discuss, share, connect, give, and learn through community projects, spiritual and philosophical discussion, and social gatherings. To learn more, go to www.facebook.com and search “UUFF Young Adults Leading and Learning” once you have logged in.

Social Justice

CUUPS

As a chapter of the national Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans (CUUPS) [www.cuups.org/], we support Pagans at UUFF, promote Paganism within UUFF and the wider community, and promote Unitarian Universalism within local, regional, and state Pagan groups, organizations, and activities.

We support UU values, principles, and causes.
We bring a UU approach to Paganism – we draw from many sources and we oppose any attempt to establish orthodoxy or anything resembling it.
We value Nature, our experiences of Nature, and our relationships with Nature.
We are interested in deities and spirits, and we are open and accepting – individually and collectively – to what they are and what it means to experience them.
We are a gateway to bring Pagans into Unitarian Universalism.

Please contact uuff.ar@gmail.com to find out about current meeting schedule.