Our congregation is committed to caring for one another. Few of us want and none of us like to face illness, loss, or diminished abilities alone.
Even listening support can be lighten some of life’s stresses, transitions, or difficult decisions.
We understand how difficult it may be to admit a need or ask for help. We will respect any level of confidentiality you request. And remember, by reaching out, you are helping us practice our first Unitarian Universalist (UU) principle: to affirm the inherent worth and dignity of every person.
If you feel you or a member of the congregation are struggling with life’s challenges please reach out to our minister or one of our the pastoral care team through conversation, phone (479- 521-8422), or email. We will support you.
Have a joy or concern to share with the minister and Care Team, or with congregation as a whole? Fill out our online Joys and Concerns form! You can also fill this out if you are in need of support from the Care Team or the minister.
There are many ways you can support your Fellowship and the larger community around us.
- Check in on community members
If you would like a contact list for UUFF members, friends, visitors, staff, please let Fawn know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
- Donate to the Minister’s Discretionary Fund
A fund that allows Rev. Jim to help those in special circumstances of financial need. Visit our giving page to learn more or donate online.
- Make meals for members and friends in need of care
Each week check the UUFF Cares section of the congregation email for a chance to help out. We’ll let you know who could use a meal or two and how to help.
- Connect with others
Are you an older person who would like to be matched up with one of our fabulous UUFF kids for some ongoing correspondence? Are you a kid who would like to communicate (via letter, phone, or computer) with one of our fabulous UUFF elders? If either of these describes you, please consider our Elder-Kids Connect pen pal program.