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Online "Meditation or Yoga" Mini-Retreat with Rev. Carl & Carrie

Saturday, Apr 11 at 9:00am

Weeklong Summer Camp

Monday, Jun 29 at 9:00am
(rising 1st - 12th graders)

Upcoming Opportunities

UUCF E-newsletter: April 2, 2020 Edition


  • UUCF Needs Your Support: Are you able to sign-up for Automated Giving to UUCF as we encourage spiritual growth, build an online beloved community, and act for peace & justice in such a time as this?
  • 2020 - 2021 Pledge Drive: Make a pledge to support UUCF
  • Resources for UUCF members & friends during this time of physical distancing

Online-only Opportunities (Open to All)

  • Children, Youth, & Parents: Links for Religious Education Online events available in our R.E. Newsletter: March 2020 Edition

Sunday, April 5

  • 10:30 a.m. One Sunday Service (online only, open to all): frederickuu.org/livestream:
    • "A Free & Responsible Search for Truth & Meaning" with the UUCF Youth, Rev. Carl, Nichole Hodges-Abbasi (DRE), & Nick Int Veldt.

Previous Sermon Audio/Text/Video

Tuesday, April 7

  • 7:30 p.m. Spiritual Practices for a Pandemic: Cultivating Compassion with Yourself, Others, & this World (a new weekly class with Rev. Carl): uuma.zoom.us/j/967512242

Wednesday, April 8

Thursday, April 9

Friday, April 10

Saturday, April 11

  • 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Intro to Sunrise Activism: Climate Justice (for all ages): learn about how the climate crisis affects Frederick, the Sunrise Movement as a whole, and how you can join us to take action. Sign up here to receive the Zoom link.

UUCF's Coronavirus Response

  • UUCF's building is currently closed, following Gov. Hogan's order for all non-essential businesses to close, which has been updated to a "stay-at-home" order as of 8pm on Monday, March 30.
  • There is also a federal order to avoid nonessential travel and gatherings of more than 10 people until at least April 30.
  • We are also following the CDC recommendations that "for the next 8 weeks [through at least May 10], organizers cancel or postpone in-person events throughout the United States that consist of (a) 50 people or more or (b) more than 10 people for higher-risk populations, which includes adults over 60 as well as people of all ages who have serious chronic medical conditions such as: Heart disease, Diabetes, or Lung disease.”
  • We will continue to offer as many services, events, and opportunities as possible online.