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Sunday Service: “ The Future of Our Faith”

Presented by Rev. Andrew Millard It’s the new year, and for many Unitarian Universalist congregations that means a renewed commitment to justice. Here at the Fellowship, we’re going to be spending the next few months studying the UUA Commission on Institutional Change’s report, Widening the Circle of Concern . Why

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Moral Mondays – Now is the Time!

Moral Mondays Movement – Now is the Time! New Time for Winter: 3 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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Moral Mondays – Now is the Time!

Moral Mondays Movement – Now is the Time! New Time for December: 3 p.m. THIS WEEK ONLY: Due to Monday being the winter solstice, we meet on Tuesday, December 22 at 3:00 PM  in front of the UUFP office building (corner of Warwick Blvd. and Youngs Mill Ln.) to witness

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Moral Mondays – Now is the Time!

Moral Mondays Movement – Now is the Time! New Time for December: 3 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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Sunday Forum: “Who Are and Why Are There ‘Nones’?”

Presented by Kathryn Ozyurt Irreligion in the United States refers to the extent of the lack, indifference to or rejection of religious faith in the country. Americans without religious affiliation, who mostly identify as “nothing in particular” are therefore known as “Nones.” Perhaps the most striking trend in American religion

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Goddess Group: “New Year, New Plans”

The new year is here, and not a moment too soon! Our January 3 Goddess Group meeting is our open planning session. We want to have another great year, and we need your input. What topics would you like to see covered? Which goddesses would you like to learn more

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