Longtime UUCF member Bob Hatfield died on Jan. 16 after battling cancer and pneumonia. Bob is survived by his wife, Joy, and their children, Brad, Brian and Victoria. A celebration of Bob’s life will be held on Sat., Mar. 21, at 2 p.m. in the Sanctuary.
Sermon 01.19.20: The Work’s Not Done by Rev. David A. Miller
UUCF staff emailed tax statements to congregants last week detailing their 2019 contributions. If you haven’t received this in your inbox, please check your spam folder. If you did not receive a statement or would like to have a hard copy mailed to you, please email Gayathri Tillekeratne.
Thank you to all who participated in the UUCF Religious Exploration’s Guest at Your Table program late last year. The $708 the congregation collected will help the UU Service Committee and its partners advance women-led humans rights initiatives around the world.
Please remember to turn off the lights and lock the doors after meetings in the Sanctuary or Program Building, especially if your group is the last one in the building.
Condolences to Frank and Debby Roberts on the death of their son, Ken, of a heart attack on Jan. 1.
For people wanting to get directly involved in Sanctuary in Northern Virginia and the DC area, the Congregation Action Network is an interfaith coalition working to end criminalization, detention and deportation of immigrants in the DC Metro region. Most DC Metro UU churches are members. For more information, go to congregationactionnetwork.org or email Mary Lareau.
This year’s plastic bag collection campaign is off to a tremendous start! UUCF and partners Unity of Fairfax, 350 Fairfax and the Woodburn Homes Civic Association have collected more than 100 pounds of plastics toward the congregation’s six-month goal of 500 pounds. Continue to bring plastic grocery, produce and food storage bags to the marked […]
Sermon 01.12.20: “Being Who We Say We Are” by Rev. David A. Miller
If you play trumpet, saxophone, trombone, piano, guitar, bass or drums, are interested in jazz and can read music, contact Dave Anderson or Brian Cole.