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Whoever you are, wherever you are on your journey, we bid you welcome.


Whoever you are, wherever you are on your journey, we bid you welcome.



March Hare's Tea Party

A good time was had by all at the March Hare's Tea Party.

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Welcome Spring!

We welcomed spring at our service on March 19th. 

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New Members - Patti Rambasek and Richard Laird

New members Patti Rambasek and Richard Laird signed the membership book on March 19th. 

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Board of Trustees Meeting

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Worship & Calendar

Join us Sundays @10:30am.

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This Month's theme is
Widening the Circle
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*** Please Note ***
In lieu of this Sunday's service, we will be gathering online only via Zoom to offer comfort and support to each other in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian. Please join us as we come together in community to share our grief, trauma, and offer consolation.

Sunday's service may be accessed via Zoom by clicking here.

The Sunday Order of Worship, with virtual stones, is available here.

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Our Newsletters


Living Into Generosity

Testimonials From Members - Why I Became A Unitarian Universalist

Jennifer Grant
“I loved the people who were very warm and welcoming. During my first service the lay leader mentioned the Unitarian Universalist principles and he talked about the first one – The Inherent Worth and Dignity of all People! I knew I was home!”

From The Weekly Communicator...

Annual Meeting


Our Annual Meeting will be held immediately following Worship Service March 26 in the Sanctuary, as well as on Zoom. This allows the greatest number of members to attend. The link for the meeting will be the same one we use for the Service, found in the Order of Worship emailed that morning.


The tally results will be announced during the meeting, which will also include the customary non-voting elements. We hope that you attend either in person or via Zoom because this event is when we can all begin our future together.


Thank you,

Mary Studer, President

UUCFM Board of Trustees  




 What are we doing and what should we be doing?

March 28, TUUsdays Together, 11am-1pm


Join us in the Screen Room with your lunch and beverage for a meaningful look at what is and isn't happening here at UUCFM with our Social Justice program.


Your input is vital to keep Social Justice meaningful and rewarding to others. Let's not miss another MLKing march, for example. We had been marching every year since 1986. Who is in charge? How can we be of help? Come share on the 28th. Actions are needed more than ever.


Snarky, Angry, Sad  

Work by Queer Indigenous Poets  

Poetry Circle, Tuesday March 28


This Tuesday we’ll look at poems by teachers, poets, and activists, who wrote sometimes with humor, sometimes with rage, and sometimes with grief. Their poetry gives powerful voice to Indigenous, Mixed-race, and Queer experience of oppression. 

Their work, much of it written decades ago, is sadly relevant at this moment.


The Poetry Circle meets on alternate Tuesdays from 1:00-3:00. 

Newcomers are welcome. Contact Judi Dettorre or Cat Pivetti for details, including this week’s  poetry and the Zoom link.  



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This Day in Unitarian Universalist History

  • This Day in Unitarian Universalist History March 25

    1881 – Béla Bartók was born in Hungary. He was an outstanding composer, but his greatest passion was for Hungarian peasant songs. Bartók was professor of piano at Budapest Academy, but his anti-Fascist stance during World War II forced him to leave Hungary for the United States, where he died in 1945. He is an honorary member of the Hungarian Parliament. Bartók was an ardent Unitarian and his son served as president of the Hungarian Unitarians. Read more about Béla Bartók at: - the digital library of Unitarian Universalism.

    The post March 25 first appeared on Harvard Square Library.

Testimonials From Members - Why I Became A Unitarian Universalist

Antoinette Brown Blackwell (1825-1921), Unitarian minister.
“Throughout my life, I have addressed issues such as slavery abolition, temperance, and women's rights. In 1902, I helped found the Unitarian Society of Elizabeth, NJ, and served as its minister. In 1920, at age 95, I was the only participant from the 1850 Women's Rights Convention, in Worcester, MA, to see the passage of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution, giving women the right to vote.”

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