EcoSolutions is bringing much needed attention to the climate crisis during the month of April. Join us for as many events as you are able and then make a commitment to accelerate your individual actions to help address this crisis. There will be special presentations, sermons, forums, hikes, children’s programming and more. At the end of the month, make a personal commitment to help address climate change. Join us on this inspiring journey. Together we can make a difference. Click here for a complete list of events –>
Our Minister and Care Committee recognize the pressures many of our members endure during COVID. Here is an excellent offering from the North Carolina Department of Health Services which may be a resource for you. https://www.ncdhhs.gov/divisions/mental-health-developmental-disabilities-and-substance-abuse/hope4nc
Do you need to shop for groceries in this pandemic, but don’t want to risk entering the store? Fortunately, there are non-contact options: curbside pickup and home delivery. Susan Ott, the Care Committee’s Grocery Guru has compiled a guide to non-contact pickup and delivery. Susan is available to answer questions about the shopping process. For […]
The Bequest Team is pleased to announce that the contract is signed, the materials have been selected and soon the work will begin on our deck! This addition to our Fellowship will be paid for from funds left to us by Smeeta Souza-Roy and Himanshu Gopalan. The Bequest Team (Herman Schmid, Jack Campbell, Suzanne Ackert, […]
Our Beloved Community is made up of people who care deeply about one another, and we often share news of our life events with each other. The Care Committee would like to remind us all that, as a part of providing safe space to each other, we only disclose information about others when permission to […]
Is protecting and preserving the earth an imperative for you? If so we’d like to engage you in imagining what we can do as a Fellowship to help achieve these goals. EcoSolutions is a very active committee, and our next meeting will focus on continuing to turn passion for the environment into ideas and action. […]
The Care Committee continues to need volunteers to provide a meal for persons in our Fellowship who are having trouble getting a regular meal. (Some persons also would prefer a vegetarian option.) If you are able to help, contact the Care Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The process to be added to the Facebook Discussion Group is to send an email to Caron Armstrong and ask to be added. Caron asks all new members if they want to be added when they join. Any existing members who want to be added should ask Caron.
Participants will develop skills and tools to enhance their deeper engagement in Fellowship life. In three two-hour sessions, we will explore best practices in professional leadership development. Participation will not commit you to taking on a leadership position, but will help deepen your relationships and help you recognize how your unique talents can benefit our […]
Christmas and New Year’s occur on Fridays this year. Friday Joys will be on hiatus for these holidays. The last Friday Joys of 2020 will occur on Friday, December 18 and resume on Friday, January 8, 2021. Happy Holidays and Best Wishes for more Joy!
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 […]
Everyone is invited to check out the updated pages on the website: Religious Education for Families and Youth https://uufws.org/re-home/ 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.