Join us for a lot of singing and dancing to the music of the Beatles, led by Renée Janski!
We celebrate our annual Bread/Cider Communion and welcome UUFF’s newest me
Led by Sura Gail Tala. Sura is both a Sufi and a Unitarian Universalist! Her specialty is Sufi storytelling, a time-honored approach to transmitting the truths at the heart of the tradition.
Led by Rev. Jim Parrish. Join us as we entertain this possibility.
Led by Rev. Jim Parrish. Attendees were invited to bring a photo or memento of someone (pets are people, too!) you have lost and wish to hold in your heart during this very special time of year. An altar was set up for placement of the items, so that we could all share in the special remembrance, as a community of love and support.
Our stewardship of UUFF is a voyage to the future. Service led by Rev. Jim Parrish.
Led by guest speaker, Dr. Michael Pierce. More info on Dr. Pierce can be found here.
Religion is about our relationships, and the stories we tell ourselves about those relationships matter. There are many creation stories, as many as religions and some even scientific in nature, informing folks of what their relationship with the world/universe might look like.
Led by Rev. Jim Parrish, we explored some of the meanings and outcomes of “Creation Stories.”
First-hand accounts from the border shared by NWA women who have traveled to help at a refugee shelter in Deming, NM. Listen to Felicia Ramos, Jennifer June Burleigh, Shannon Stocks, and Michelle Cutrer-Boggess tell their stories.
An exploration of our earth-centered source. Led by Rev. Jim Parrish & Renée Janski!
Led by Rev. Jim Parrish.
Led by Rev. Jim Parrish. UUFF Choir sings, directed by Renée Janski!