If you’re interested, please contact Sarah Caine. We all serve the spiritual growth of UUCF through one-on-one interactions with each other. What if you could take this caring attention and meaningful conversation, and deepen your own experience while acting as a guide to others finding their way at UUCF? Starting this spring, it will be possible to cultivate these kinds of intentional connections through the UUCF Spiritual Docent program. The purpose of the program is to connect prospective, new and existing congregants with informal guidance and mentoring around their service, spiritual journey and sense of belonging. The role of a UUCF spiritual docent is to sit with members, friends and […]
The February Share the Plate recipient is Postpartum Support Virginia, which helps new and expectant mothers and their families overcome anxiety, depression, and other perinatal mood and anxiety disorders.
Throughout February 2018. Contact Ann King, project coordinator, for information. UUCF’s Refugee Resettlement Project continues to assist the Popal family from Afghanistan. The family’s first year in Reston was generously supported by congregants. We furnished their home, assisted financially including a large portion of their rent, and volunteered time and energy guiding them in resettlement. The project team hopes to raise $5,000 in February, enabling us to continue providing some rental assistance in 2018. Visit the table in the Commons in February to make a donation or sign up to volunteer with the project. New members and ideas are welcome, as well as financial help. Donations can also be sent […]