Looking for a good way to show your appreciation for our wonderful local environment? Please join Mike McMullin and fellow UUFF’ers TOMORROW, March 21st, from 1-3pm to help “de-trash” our adopted section of the Razorback Greenway Trail. Volunteers should meet at UUFF at 1pm to carpool to site. Sadly, thereContinue reading
Sunday, 03/24/19, 11am Service: “Spring Equinox Awakening.” Come turn the Wheel of the Year and welcome Spring with UUFF’s Web of Life! *Choir will sing, directed by Renée Janski!* 10am Sunday Adult Religious Education (ARE): ARE Discussion Group: Meets downstairs. Topic: “The Disease of More.” Blogger Mark Manson takes anContinue reading
Lunch Angels Serves on Saturday, March 16th- Volunteers will meet at Genesis Church on MLK Jr. Blvd at 11am! The time is drawing near, and we need several volunteers to make casseroles and folks to help serve! This is one of the best ways to literally SERVE those in needContinue reading
White Fragility Study Group starting Thursday, March 7, from 6:30-8pm in UU annex. This book poses an honest challenge to the defenses behind which we good people comfortably reside. Be prepared for uncomfortable self-truth and soul searching. Please read the forward and introduction. Information: Bettina Lehovec, email@example.com; Georgia Lance, firstname.lastname@example.orgContinue reading
UUFF Member, Lev Desmarais, passed away suddenly on February 6th, at the age of 54. Lev was the beloved son of Barbara Taylor, whom many of you know from the community. Please keep Barbara and Family in your hearts during this time of shock and grief. A Memorial Service toContinue reading
Interfaith Event: Change of Plans! Join us at the Islamic Center of Northwest Arkansas on Friday, Feb. 22nd at 7pm for a talk by Todd Green– author, scholar, and U.S. State Department advisor on Islamaphobia.His topic: “Why Don’t Muslims Condemn Terrorism? Racist Scapegoating and Western Violence in an Age of Islamaphobia.”Continue reading
Saturday, Feb 16th-Facing Bias: Exposing Blind Spots—Engaging Action led by Anne Shelley and Roanne Elliot.
Saturday, Feb 16th-Facing Bias: Exposing Blind Spots—Engaging Action led by Anne Shelley and Roanne Elliot.This 3-hour workshop is sponsored by a coalition of local NGOs, including UUFF, as well as the University of Arkansas. The workshop is the precursor to an advanced training that will take place in April. The hopeContinue reading
Sunday, 03/10/19, 11am Service: “UU Jazz Sunday.” Led by Rev. Jim Parrish, Renée Janski and Mike McMullin. With Renée on keys and vocals, Mike on trumpet, and Ronda Jean (RJ) on bass, we’re in for a treat! **We’ll share the plate this week with AR Citizen’s First Congress. This organizationContinue reading
AR UU Cluster Gathering, “Listening, Learning, Leading,” will be held here at UUFF over the weekend of March 29-30th! We are a Fellowship of many colors, ages, genders, orientations, abilities, socioeconomic statuses, educations, and faith beliefs. Join us as Rev. Carlton Smith helps us and other UU’s from around Arkansas shareContinue reading
Our Whole Lives for Young Adults – First Class Postponed to 2/24/19- There is Still Time to Register!
OUR WHOLE LIVES FOR YOUNG ADULTS: IT COULD CHANGE YOUR LIFE! If you were thinking about signing up for Young Adult Our Whole Lives but didn’t get the chance…good news: Classes are starting starting one week later than originally scheduled! We’ll have the first class this Sunday, February 24th, atContinue reading