Moral Mondays – Now is the Time!

Moral Mondays Movement – Now is the Time! New Time for November: 4 p.m. UUFP actively joins the voices of Moral Mondays! We gather in peaceful protest on Monday mornings, in front of the UUFP office building (corner of Warwick Blvd. and Youngs Mill Ln.) to witness for Black Lives

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Virtual Sanctuary

Drop in anytime to join Rev. Andrew and facilitators in reflective discussion and sharing. See information on member’s calendar uufp.org/uufp-google-calendars  

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“The Listening Circles”

This year, UUFP has made big decisions and faced difficult situations. Between confronting white supremacy, voting to move to a new location, dealing with a global pandemic and exercising our disruptive behavior policy, our fellowship has taken on a heavy emotional load. With in-person gatherings canceled, members have had little

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“The Listening Circles”

This year, UUFP has made big decisions and faced difficult situations. Between confronting white supremacy, voting to move to a new location, dealing with a global pandemic and exercising our disruptive behavior policy, our fellowship has taken on a heavy emotional load. With in-person gatherings canceled, members have had little

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“The Listening Circles”

This year, UUFP has made big decisions and faced difficult situations. Between confronting white supremacy, voting to move to a new location, dealing with a global pandemic and exercising our disruptive behavior policy, our fellowship has taken on a heavy emotional load. With in-person gatherings canceled, members have had little

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“The Listening Circles”

This year, UUFP has made big decisions and faced difficult situations. Between confronting white supremacy, voting to move to a new location, dealing with a global pandemic and exercising our disruptive behavior policy, our fellowship has taken on a heavy emotional load. With in-person gatherings canceled, members have had little

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Sunday Service: “Let’s Pretend!”

Presented by Rev. Andrew Millard Many Unitarian Universalists consider themselves realists. Our Seven Principles, though not particular concise, use straightforward language to describe what matters to us, and our congregations tend to be rather literal when it comes to naming, planning and programming. Imagination and play should not be limited

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Sunday Service: “Imagine… No Religion?”

Presented by Rev. Andrew Millard The Hymnbook Resources Commission appointed by the UUA to create Singing the Living Tradition was eager to include John Lennon’s “Imagine” in the new collection of hymns reflecting our Principles and Sources but couldn’t get permission to change his phrase “the brotherhood of man” to

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