The 2020 Gender Lens Report by the Women’s Fund of Winston-Salem is now online. It can be read at There will also be opportunities for everyone to discuss the report and the next steps in early 2021. If you are a new 2020 member of the UU Women’s Fund Group and would like to […]

The Social Action Council (SAC) is letting you know that … it’s that time again! It’s time to nominate your favorite non-profit organizations to receive proceeds from our monthly plate collections. Each month, the Fellowship shares 50% of all plate collections with a non-profit organization meets the following criteria: • Does work in or for […]

Our Share the Plate partner for November is SHARE Cooperative Winston-Salem.  SHARE’s principle goal is to provide service and assistance to our entire community, while promoting inclusivity. The Cooperative is organized and dedicated to provide food, nutrition education and advice, coping skills counseling, immigrant sustainability support, and local health and food equity policy support.  The […]

While the 100 bin challenge is over, food insecurity continues to be a problem in Forsyth County. There are over 57,000 food insecure people in the County, or 16% of our population. Let’s help fill this need by bringing non-perishable food items to the Fellowship and placing them in the bin located near the front […]

Have you wanted to deepen your understanding of racial bias, but are overwhelmed by sifting through the multitude of ways to do so? The Fellowship’s Community Transformation Team developed an interactive list of resources specific to adults, teens and children to deepen their appreciation of what racial bias means in their lives and the lives […]

We need a NEW coordinator for the Aging Well meetings. We Zoom once a month – September- December and February- May. Are you interested? Don Kautz will help with topics and speakers. Please contact Pam Lepley at Thank you!

Everyone is invited to check out the updated pages on the website: Religious Education for Families and Youth There are multiple ways for All families to engage and connect, including ways to volunteer. Contact Pam if you have questions or want to get more involved.

We continue to be closed due to the virus. Because of your generous donations in the past, we have been able to to donate items to local agencies that provide clothing to those in need. This month we will be donating to The Rescue Mission. We will make an announcement here when we are again […]

“Building Our Future”.  Why is this important? How do we accomplish this? You will soon be hearing more about this important topic. The Stewardship Committee will be beginning our Annual Fund Drive soon, so we are inviting you to contemplate these questions from your own personal perspective. In addition, you’ll soon be invited to a […]

The Care Committee welcomed Reverend Ed to our monthly meeting to introduce him to our organization and its activities. He was most appreciative of our work and its continuing efforts to keep up with the needs of the congregation.

The NC General Assembly reconvened Sept. 2nd The primary focus on the legislature will be how to spend the $900 million remaining in federal COVID-19 funding which must be spent by the end of 2020. Governor Cooper’s priorities for spending are described here:’s-future Call your NC legislators to encourage their support of his proposals. […]

Thanks to all for contributing so generously to our annual Auction. Our final day for donations is Monday, August 17th, when items may be dropped off at the Fellowship from 1:00 until 3:00. And, as a reminder: Please do not leave items outside of the Fellowship!!!  We have no way of identifying who these items […]