Sat., Dec. 14. UUCF’s Glasshouse Theater, led by the Theatrical Arts Coordinating Team, is staging a production of the play “Sweat,” Feb. 27-29. Experienced actors are invited to schedule an audition. Contact Laura Weiss.
The 2020 Martin Luther King Jr. Weekend of Service will take place Jan. 18-20. Is there a service project you want to lead? Do you have a service project that a group of UUCF volunteers could tackle? We’re currently taking suggestions for service projects, especially projects with a volunteer leader! Please email Nathan Baker and […]
The end of December is halfway through the congregational year and a good time to ensure your pledge to the UUCF operating fund is up to date. Also, if you wish to make a stock donation or any other contribution to UUCF and receive the benefit for the 2019 tax year, please make these arrangements […]
Interested in helping build a vision for UUCF – a vision for the coming decades, for members here and members yet to come? Please consider adding your name to the list of potential 2020 nominees for UUCF’s Board of Directors, Endowment Fund Committee and Nominating Committee. The Nominating Committee is gathering names to present to […]
Beacon House, a UU-sponsored nonprofit that offers a safe, life-expanding community for children in northeast DC, has asked UUCF to help 10 of its neediest kids this holiday season. Donors are still needed for three kids and Kerry Fraser already has gift cards for them. If you can contribute $75 for one of the gift […]
Help a child or family this holiday season. Select a card from the Angel Trees in the Sanctuary Commons or the Program Building lobby and follow the instructions on it. Beacon House, a UU-sponsored nonprofit that offers a safe, life-expanding community for children in northeast DC, needs gifts for its kids. Britepaths has a $100,000 […]
The Share the Plate recipient for December is the Break the Cycle of Domestic Violence Program of The Women’s Center, which provides critical components in the continuum of care for victims that help them find physical safety, economic stability, financial education, career mentoring and individual coaching, and improved mental health.
The UUCF office will be closed Dec. 25-Jan. 3. Regular hours will resume Jan. 6.