UUCF offers several ways to learn about the congregation and Unitarian Universalism and for members of the congregation to connect with you. The first step is attend a service (or two or three!) on a Sunday morning. Children are also welcome to try out UUCF’s Sunday morning Religious Exploration classes as visitors. Attending a newcomer orientation will also help you get acquainted. Here’s the information you will need.
Contact Mary Foster, 703-281-4230, x121, for questions or to sign up.
Visitors Receptions and Newcomer Orientation Classes
Stop by for refreshments and get to know other congregants at UUCF’s monthly (generally on the first Sunday) visitors receptions near the beautiful mosaic in the coffee area. The Membership Committee, one of our ministers and a few lay leaders will welcome you and answer questions. Children are welcome. Upcoming dates are listed below. The Membership Committee also offers newcomer orientations several times a year for those exploring what UUCF and Unitarian Universalism are all about. Classes include a brief overview of the history and principles of UUism and the programs and volunteer opportunities at UUCF. This class is strongly recommend for those new to UUCF. Child care can be available if you register in advance. Upcoming dates are listed below.
New Member Sign-up
Joining UUCF is as simple as adding your name to the membership book and making a financial contribution. After you have attended the newcomer orientation class, or if you are coming to UUCF from another UU congregation, you are invited to sign the membership book. UUCF offers opportunities to sign the book after Sunday services in the Commons several times a year. Or, you can meet with one of the ministers at a different time. Learn more about making a pledge to support the congregation financially by visiting the UUCF Annual Giving Campaign page.
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