Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Fredericksburg

Join us at 25 Chalice Circle. Map and directions here.
 
UPDATE: ALL IN-PERSON SERVICES HAVE BEEN SUSPENDED FOR THE TIME BEING.  WE ARE HOLDING SERVICES VIA ZOOM UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.  FOR DETAILED UPDATES REGARDING UUFF AND ITS RESPONSE TO COVID-19, PLEASE CLICK HERE. 
Welcome to our Fellowship, located at 25 Chalice Circle!  We are an inclusive congregation, welcoming people of all kinds, all cultural origins, all religious backgrounds, all sexual orientations, all political persuasions. Our mission here at UUFF is to nurture learning, inspire spiritual insights, create compassionate relationships, and lovingly transform our community and the world.  We hope you will join us!
THIS SUNDAY’S SERVICE (10:30 AM):

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August 2

Healing Our Planet Requires Us to Heal Ourselves
Karen Forget
CVUU Service

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A pandemic is ravishing human communities around the globe; our consumption levels are totally unsustainable; species extinction is growing exponentially; and our climate is changing much faster than anyone predicted.  Undeniably, we are at a crisis point.  In a recent interview, Jane Goodall expressed it clearly when she said, “I just know that if we carry on with business as usual, we’re going to destroy ourselves.  It will be the end of us, as well as the end of life on Earth as we know it.”

Can we change course?  Is there reason for hope?  Humans created the social and economic systems that have gotten us to this precipice and we can re-create them.  But we need a transformation.  We need to transform the way we think about ourselves, all other living beings and our planet and we need to transform the institutions that shape our behavior.  It will not be easy, but we can do this.  We have no other option.  We can heal ourselves and in the process heal our planet.

Karen Forget is the Executive Director of Lynnhaven River NOW, an environmental organization working to restore and protect our natural resources in Virginia Beach.  She also serves on the Norfolk Environmental Commission and as the Chairperson of the Virginia Conservation Network Board of Directors.  Karen is a member of CVUU and has served on the Board of Trustees, the Social Justice Committee, and as a Teen Group Leader and is most interested in CVUU’s adult education opportunities.

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HOW CAN WE HELP UU?

During the time of Covid 19, we want to ensure that everyone is getting the supplies and services that they need. Two forms have been created: one for volunteers and one for those wanting help with getting groceries, pharmacy needs, and/or babysitting.  Please contact Michele Nierle or Elizabeth Cameron if you have any questions or concerns.

For those who want to volunteer, please click here to fill out this form.

For those who would like help with getting groceries, pharmacy needs, and/or babysitting, please click here to fill out this form.