Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Fredericksburg

Join us at 25 Chalice Circle. Map and directions here.
Welcome to our Fellowship, located at 25 Chalice Circle!  For information about upcoming services, please check the tab to the left.
PLEASE NOTE: The Office will be closed from Monday, June 20 until Sunday, July 17.  During that time, the Office Admin will have limited email access only.  The Office will reopen on Monday, July 18.


July 3

Whole Food, Real Food
Mitzi Champion
Worship Associate: Andy Cameron

Mitzi, a nutritional therapy practitioner, will address the benefits of a whole food, real food, way of eating, and the role of nutrition in our overall health.  Obesity and diabetes rates began their steady increase in 1980, when the USDA first released its dietary guidelines, and Mitzi will discuss the problems with the current guidelines.  She will address how sugar is a greater cause of heart disease than fat, and will discuss the rule of insulin in fat loss.

This Week in Summer RE:

Grades K-2: Independence Day!
As we celebrate our nation’s independence, Miss Cathy and the kids will explore what independence means to us  every day.

Grades 3-6: Yoga and More!
Music, dancing, yoga, and stories with yoga teacher/author/longtime UU, Mr. Steve!


UUFF Child Care Survey
The UUFF Child Care Task Force is in the process of assessing the current and projected future child care needs of our members and friends.
The UUFF Board of Trustees feels that it is important that child care needs at congregational activities be addressed so that people of all ages and stages are more easily able to contribute their time and talents to the Fellowship, and to participate more fully in UUFF social events and activities. The Task Force will make recommendations to the Board about how best to meet child care needs.
Clicking here will take you to a survey that will help us assess needs. It will be important that everyone participate in this survey, regardless of your current age and life stage. The more information we have, the better our final plan will be. We appreciate your commitment to ensuring the future growth and health of the congregation. Please contact Lois or Kirsten if you have any questions.
Summer Volunteer Opportunities from the Community Action Committee
Want to get more involved in the local community? Mark your calendars! Volunteers are needed for the Monday night dinners at St. George’s on June 20th and 27th (future dates are July 25th and August 22nd). Dessert donations are also needed. Sign up online here. Please contact Amy Ridderhof (aridderhof@aol.com or 540-850-8258) for more information.