GA orientation webinar

Tue., Jun. 13, 7:30-9 p.m. Sponsored by the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) Central East Region. Register here. Includes everything you need to know about attending UUA General Assembly (GA), including themes, topics, delegate information and tips for having the best possible experience. Led by Jeff Donahue, former district president and Commissioned Lay Ministry Candidate in Denominational Affairs.

Labyrinth workshop and walk

Sat., May 6, 12-4 p.m., Unity of Fairfax. Questions? Contact Walk as One at 1 p.m.! Participate in a worldwide 9th Annual World Labyrinth Day when people around the globe will simultaneously walk labyrinths in all 24 world time zones. More information about the worldwide movement can be found at To join the celebration, arrive at Unity at 12 p.m. to gather, listen and learn about walking a labyrinth as a spiritual practice. Hear the history of how labyrinths have been used as a spiritual practice by various spiritual paths through the ages. The gathering will include some instruction in ways to engage in the practice, which will […]

Lost and Found

A mishmash of belongings have accumulated in our three Lost and Founds, including glasses, jewelry, keys and gloves. If you’re missing anything, check these locations: the back office ledge in the Administration Building or the boxes above the coatracks in the Sanctuary Building and the Program Building. Items not retrieved by Fri., May 5, will be donated to the Social Justice Yard Sale.

Why Should We?

by Senior Minister Rev. David A. Miller. Apr. 23, 2017. I’m not sure when I came to think of reflection as a vital religious concept, but at some point in my formation as a Unitarian Universalist I did. There are lots of different ways to reflect. We can think back about our early days of things like family and school. We can spend time reflecting on our careers or decisions we have made about them. As I said, there are all different ways to reflect in the world, so it has taken me a while to understand the the importance of reflection in our spiritual lives. But I think I […]

New, permanent restroom signage

Equality UUCF would like everyone to notice the new, permanent restroom signage. The multi-person restrooms in the Sanctuary and Program Building are marked “Men’s Restroom” or “Women’s Restroom” but they also say “All are welcome to use the restroom that best fits their identity.” And, “Single occupancy restrooms are available in the basement of the Administrative Building.” These permanent signs acknowledge our understanding that gender is not binary or outwardly obvious, and they affirm UUCF’s desire for all members, friends and visitors to be welcome and comfortable here. Email questions or comments to Thanks.

Contemporary acoustic duo

Sat., Jun. 3, 7 p.m., Sanctuary. Click here to purchase tickets. Visit Chris and John Boehmer’s website, Performing original “Music you can sink into – smooth and rich vocals, evocative imagery and tasteful harmonies that hover beautifully together at the edges of folk, pop and jazz.” “A tremendous gift of song.” Proceeds will benefit the Southern Poverty Law Center.

Annual Meeting slate of nominees

The UUCF Nominating Committee is pleased to announce the slate of nominees for the Board of Directors, the Endowment Fund Committee and the Nominating Committee. Members of the congregation will vote on the nominees at the Annual Meeting, Sun., Jun. 4. In accordance with the UUCF Bylaws, the Nominating Committee will accept written petitions with the names and signatures of 15 or more members to add a qualified member to the list of nominees. All petitions must be submitted to committee chair Craig Bennett at least 21 days before the Annual Meeting (by Sun., May 14).