Town Hall on March 26 discussed building project

The EOV Building Team has been at work reviewing options for revising the conceptual building plans to fit a project budget of approximately $1.75 million. Meanwhile, the Capital Campaign Team has been discussing strategies for closing the remaining gap between the current $1.25 million campaign commitments and the goal of $1.3 million. There is a … Continued

Interested in a pilgrimage walk through the Unitarian heartland?

Information Session March 17, 10 AM PST/12 PM CST   Hosted by: Rev. Roger Bertschausen, Executive Director, Unitarian Universalist Partner Church Council John Dale, Travel Coordinator, Unitarian Universalist Partner Church Council Prof. Megan Dowdell, Starr King School for the Ministry Experience Transylvania from the hills and river valleys. Learn Unitarian history. Encounter cultural sites, music, … Continued

March 19: Exploring Racial Justice Task Force

You are invited to attend the next meeting of the Exploring Racial Justice (EJR) Task Force on Sunday, March 19, beginning at 12:30 p.m. For more information, contact Deb Brenner ( or 706.338.1137). The ERJ Task Force is part of the UUFA Justice Cluster.

Bug Parade

This Sunday, March 19 at the 11am all-ages service, children and their parents are invited to gather in the back hallway of the sanctuary for the Bug Parade into the sanctuary and then back out at the closing of the service. Please arrive a few minutes early to receive instructions and “costume up”. You can … Continued

Challenge Fund Formed to Close Remaining Gap in Capital Campaign

Several members of the Fellowship have created a $65,000 Challenge Fund that will match dollar-for-dollar increased Capital Campaign commitments.  For example, an increase of $3,000 becomes $6,000 toward the campaign goal. This Challenge Fund, if successful, will get us very close to closing the gap. Already, thanks to the generosity of ten households who have … Continued

Care Connections

Long-time former member Dolores “Dee” Bocher will be celebrating her 90th birthday on March 15. She wanted to return to Athens to celebrate, but won’t be able to do that this year. Cards or letters can be sent to her at 1234 W. Ridgeway Drive, Fayetteville, AR 72701.

March 18: Fifth Annual Athens Black History Bowl

2017 Theme – “Looking Back to Move Forward — Continuing the Legacy.” The challenging academic competition, open to youth in grades 5 to 12, is designed to stimulate an awareness of and appreciation for African-American history and culture. The Bowl also promotes academic rigor and teamwork. During the contest, teams will display black history knowledge … Continued

Space still available in this Saturday’s “New to UUFA?” session

Are you a recent visitor or newcomer to UUFA and want to learn more about our Fellowship or Unitarian Universalism? If yes, please attend the ‘New to UUFA’ orientation on Saturday, Apr. 8, at 8:45 am. You’ll meet some Fellowship leaders, learn a little about the history of Unitarian Universalism and UUFA, and get information … Continued