Caring for Each Other—Answering Love's Call

"Love can triumph over hate, but only if it is familiar to one's heart and strong by exercise." –Rev. Carl J. Nelson

UUFP is a caring community whose members provide love, nurturing, and support for each other in times of illness, grief, sorrow, crisis, despair, joy, and celebration. Interested in receiving these invitations to serve in this way? Contact: Caring Committee.

Connect in Love – Engage in Service.

Care Team & Ministers

If you or another Fellowship member or friend needs pastoral care, counseling, or support from the Fellowship’s minister or Care Team, please:

  • email Rev. Andrew Millard or the Care Team
  • fill out a Care Connections card and put it in the Care Connections box in the Fellowship Sanctuary
  • talk with the a Care Team member after the Sunday worship service
  • call our minister if you are having a pastoral emergency.

The Fellowship’s Care Team offers care and support for Fellowship members and friends by:

  • providing cooked home-delivered meals
  • arranging transportation to Sunday services, Fellowship events, grocery/pharmacy, and medical appointments
  • visiting members and friends who are in the hospital, living in nursing homes, or home-bound
  • organizing receptions for memorial services
  • sending cards of care, sympathy, and celebration

Joys and Concerns

In our community of caring, we take time during worship to share with one another what is in our hearts—our joys, our sorrows, and important milestones. Fellowship members and friends are invited to light a candle as we share about what is changing our lives.

Joys and concerns may also be entered in the Remembrance Book located in the Library window (adjacent the Sanctuary) to be read during Sunday Services. A "Joys and Concerns" submission form may also be completed (via the button below).

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