UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST FELLOWSHIP
OF CENTRAL OREGON
Seeking meaning, celebrating life, and serving the spirit of love and justice in our world
Seeking, celebrating, and serving describe the energy of UUFCO. The “glowing coal” at our center is the independent, inclusive, and energetic spirit of community that unites us. We hunger for meaning and spiritual renewal, we celebrate the diversity of life and interdependent web of being. We are committed to opening the doors of our spiritual home to the community and reaching out to do good in the world.
All People are
We welcome you with kindness, love, acceptance, and empathy. We welcome you into our community by offering a wide variety of opportunities for spiritual growth and fellowship. We invite you to explore our website and discover what Unitarian Universalism is all about, who we are, how to get involved in our activities, and what it's like to visit us on a Sunday. We look forward to meeting you!
Unitarian Universalist (UU) congregations draw on elements of a variety of religious traditions, as well as humanitarian and environmental values, for our spiritual inspiration and practice. As such, UUs have a diversity of beliefs, and may identify as humanists, atheists, Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, pagan, something else, or nothing at all. As we celebrate this diversity, we also have a set of core beliefs that unite us.
After an amazing summer of fellowship activity and wonderful Sunday services, we find ourselves in September. At our multi-generational Ingathering Service on September 8, we will celebrate Water Communion (bring some water if you would like or we will have some to share). AND for the first time, we will be going back to two services on Sunday morning. It has been good to be all together this summer.
UUFCO is a Welcoming Congregation. All people and families are welcome here. The Welcoming Congregation Program is a program for Unitarian Universalist congregations that have taken steps to become more inclusive of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people.