Spirtual uplifting can occur in a varity of ways. UUs may enjoy art, music, and reading about positive things people of all ages are doing to make our world a better place.
Most of our services share a similar format, regardless of who is in the pulpit.
Our four typical types of services are:
Lay-led (speakers from within our congregation)
This Month's Topics
Members tease each other that new visitors get a good picture of who we are by seeing more than one service as our topics can vary widely even within a thematic year.
Past services have covered the topics of:
Ritual rights of passage
Social and economic issues
Living our UU principles
"Blessed is the fire that burns deep in the soul. It is the flame of the human spirit touched into being by the mystery of life. It is the fire of reason; the fire of compassion; the fire of community; the fire of justice; the fire of faith. It is the fire of love burning deep in the human heart; the divine glow in every life." By Eric A Heller-Wagner
We are a living religion, meaning we are free, willing and able to build our own traditions. Over the years our traditions at UUCF have grown and changed. Some of our special services are:
Wheel of Life
Dia de Los Muertos
Did you miss a service that you wished to attend?
Would you like to get a feel for who we are but are nervous to attend?
Did you love a service and would like to hear it again or share it with a friend?
CDs of past services are available for a small fee
by contacting the office at 810-232-4023