Mask wearing will be dependent upon the risk level in the our surrounding counties. If the risk level is high, UUFR will require that you wear a mask. Masks will be provided by our greeters if needed. Vaccinations are recommended.
This program will be available via Zoom at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/2733312995?pwd=K290NWxyZ2V1QVNmbDdMVDdpOWxWUT09. We recognize that our zoom efforts are unstable. We are working to improve this service to you.
August 21 -A Dragon in Our Midst by Jeff Wright, President of Friends of Dragon Run
August 28 – Belinda’s Lyme Disease Journey: Healing From A Disease That Many Doctors Say Doesn’t Exist by Belinda Gaskins
Please join the Social Justice Committee of UUFR the first Thursday evening of the next few months as we come together to protect reproductive rights in Virginia. The Supreme Court’s decision to overrule our constitutional rights to make our own healthcare and parenting decisions means that we will be working in each State to protect our current human rights.
Thursday, September 1 , from 5:30 – 7:30 in the evening we will meet at UUFR to discuss what the implications of the decision are, and we will have materials to write letters to our VA legislators.
We look forward to seeing you.
Who We Are
As the Rappahannock River flows into the Chesapeake Bay, it draws strength and beauty from many sources. So, too, our UU Fellowship of the Rappahannock draws on the strength of its members to offer a community of caring, celebration for our joys and refuge in time of need, space to reflect on religious journeys, and a forum for exchange of ideas.
What We Believe
Unitarian-Universalism began as a merger of two great religious traditions. Today, the national UU organization endorses seven basic principles. However, there is no creed or required set of beliefs. UU members are free to pursue their own religious and philosophical beliefs in a community that values open-mindedness and respect for the beliefs of others.