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!
This Coming Sunday ~ 11:00am
• May 26: "Reproductive Justice 2.0 – Beyond Pro-Life / Pro-Choice"
~ Rev. Vincent Lachina, Regional Chaplain for Planned Parenthood Northwest
During this service, Rev. Lachina will address the latest secular and religious challenges to reproductive health care. Reproductive Justice is a study issue of the Unitarian Universalist Association. UUFCO will be examining this topic in-depth in an Adult Religious Education class to take place next fall.
The recipient of the Greater Community Collection received this Sunday will be Planned Parenthood of Central Oregon.
Religious Education for children grades Pre-K through 5 and childcare for infants and toddlers are available.
All are welcome!
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