The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Central Oregon is an intergenerational
liberal religious community dedicated to energizing life-long learning, freedom
of belief, caring fellowship, spiritually meaningful services, and engaged social
action. Come be a part of our growing and energetic community!
Services 10:00am Sunday, 157 NW Franklin Avenue
Symbolic Groundbreaking at New Home Site
Loosening the soil for new growth, transformation, living into our dreams...
• July 20 at 10:00am: "How Can We Keep From Singing? Pete Seeger and the Unifying Power of Song"
– Lay-Led Service: Marean Jordan, Leader
Pete Seeger used songs as a powerful medium in his work for labor and civil rights, peace, and environmental activism. We will celebrate the many dimensions of his life and work through words and songs. Participating musicians: Yvonne Lyles, Chela Sloper, Nancy Stevens, & Judy Trask.
During the summer months, our Sunday RE program will be exploring various aspects of CREATIVITY.
This Sunday, the children will be concocting healthy, fun snacks -- with the aid and supervision of adults, of course -- as they explore the creativity of COOKING.
We always have childcare for infants and toddlers, too.
All are welcome!
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UUFCO Employment Opportunity
Director of Religious Education
The Unitarian Universalist of Central Oregon’s (UUFCO’s) Religious Education Director for Children and Youth directs the program for children and youth ages 0 – 21, and coordinates with the Adult RE Committee to plan multigenerational activities and possible joint thematic studies. The DRE is a part of the larger RE mission and vision of the UUFCO, and reports to the Minister.
For a full description of the responsibilities, skills, etc., please read this document.
Print out and complete the UUFCO Job Application.
Submit your cover letter, application and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org, or mail to:UUFCO - DRE ApplicantP.O. Box 428Bend, OR 97709
UUFCO is a Welcoming Congregation.
This is a voluntary program for UU congregations who have gone through deliberate steps to be intentionally inclusive of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people.
All people and families are welcome here.
Come, join us for worship!
We gather every Sunday morning at 10:00am at the Old Stone Church, located at 157 NW Franklin Avenue at Harriman. Childcare is available for infants and toddlers, and Religious Education is on summer break until September.
The "Newcomers" section of our website is especially designed to help you learn more about us and to plan your first visit to our church. We intentionally welcome a diversity of ages, sexual orientations, races, gender identities, classes, abilities, theologies and religious heritages.
Learn about our New Home Project
Read about the New Home Capital Campaign
MONTHLY SERVICE OPPORTUNITY AT BETHLEHEM INN
Learn about our monthly meal service to Bethlehem Inn served on the fourth Thursday of the month. Our next service opportunity is July 24, 2014.
You may now sign up for our monthly Bethlehem Inn service nights using this easy-to-use page of Volunteer Spot. Your email address becomes your ID to log on as well as the address to receive a reminder email. Click on the link below:
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