These UUCF groups are organized around shared interests or demographics.
People of Color Caucus (POCC)
Inviting all who identify as a person of color to join the UUCF People of Color Caucus (POCC). Events include potlucks, picnics and meetings. Most events are child-friendly.
This group is geared for ages 18 through 35. We have a brunch on the first and third Sunday of each month after the 11:15 service; a mid-month reflection and renewal; monthly social justice activities; and regular game nights and social time. Feel free to post your questions, comments, and suggestions here!
The Shepherd’s Center is a special learning and community for seniors. The Shepherd’s Center holds its Adventures in Learning Program for seniors on the UUCF campus. Click here for more information.
UUs for Jewish Awareness
Contact Albert Nekimken.
While the Unitarian Universalist movement does not identify with any specific religious doctrine, its roots are Christian and many UU congregations have retained Christian elements in their holiday observances, music and other practices. Despite UU’s Judeo-Christian” heritage, the Jewish elements remain a pale reflection of the riches that Jewish traditions and history offer, apart from theology. Just as we work to understand Paganism, Hinduism and other religions, we should avoid neglecting Judaism. UUCF’s UUs for Jewish Awareness group endeavors to remedy any such neglect.