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Diverse Beliefs, One Fellowship

  • The Reverend's Reflections - February 2017
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    The Reverend's Reflections - February 2017

    As the new federal administration takes shape in Washington D.C., a very interesting and relevant dialogue is happening about communication, the nature of facts and ‘alternative facts,’ and realities versus perspectives. Wow! Aren’t these interesting times? What an incredible opportunity to examine the role and value of ‘public discourse’ in maintaining a healthy community or society! Is it comfortable? No. Is it essential? Well, yes. And on an ongoing basis.


About Us

  • February 21, 2017 - The Ministerial Search Committee is pleased to announce that we have selected four highly qualified applicants for the pre-candidating phase of the settled minister search.
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  • Unitarian Universalist (UU) congregations draw on elements of a variety of religious traditions, as well as humanitarian and environmental causes, for our spiritual inspiration and practice. As such, UUs have a diversity of beliefs, and may identify as humanists, atheists,
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The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Central Oregon (UUFCO), established in 1958, is a lively, engaged and growing congregation of about 200 members.

We are a liberal religious community that welcomes all people and is dedicated to lifelong learning, freedom of belief, spiritually meaningful services, and engaged social action. Our congregation includes members from Bend, Redmond, Sisters, Sunriver, and other areas across the region.

We have a friendly, relaxed atmosphere both in our services and when we come together in other groups and settings.

Special Statement from Rev. Antonia

The Executive Orders of January 27, 2017 stopping all refugee entries into the United States and banning non-American citizens from seven predominantly Muslim countries are deeply disappointing. When the President of the United States dismisses the suffering of people fleeing war and persecutes people by preventing their legal entry here based on their religion and despite the most sophisticated vetting system in the world, he inflames divisions among people  and raises serious questions – questions of his moral integrity and motives for holding the Oval Office.

The moral integrity and motives of American people are better than this, as I believe we will see in the days and weeks ahead. The values of reason, respect and compassion are at the core of this good nation’s culture, religious and secular. May we join across our divides and embrace our shared values for the sake of our life and liberty.

In peace and faith,

Rev Antonia Won

Join Us Sunday at 10:30am!

  • February 26, 2017 Sunday Service

    February 26 at 10:30am

    "Harmony in Our History"

    For something a little different, Rev. Antonia and Music Director, Virlene Arnold and the choir team up to bring you a selection of significant songs in our Unitarian Universalist history and theology. Come, sing a song with us!


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Upcoming Events

Sat Feb 25 @ 5:00PM - 7:00pm
Jericho Table - Redmond
Sun Feb 26 @ 9:00AM - 10:00am
Mindfulness Meditation
Sun Feb 26 @10:30AM - 11:30am
Sunday Service
Sun Feb 26 @12:00PM - 1:30pm
SJ - Building Community, Choosing the Story
Mon Feb 27 @12:30PM - 3:00pm

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UUFCO is a Welcoming Congregation

The Welcoming Congregation Program is a voluntary program for Unitarian Universalist congregations who have taken steps to become more inclusive of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people.

All people and families are welcome here.

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