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Diverse Beliefs, One Fellowship

 

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Central Oregon is an intergenerational liberal religious community dedicated to energizing life-long learning, freedom of belief, caring fellowship, spiritually meaningful services, and engaged social action. Come be a part of our growing and energetic community!

  • The Reverend's Reflections - February 2015
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    The Reverend's Reflections - February 2015

    You who are parents may remember how you left home one day as your normal self, and came home another day as a parent. You were still the same person, with the same siblings, the same job, the same home, but the new addition of a baby changed the balance of your life, instantly and even more over time. In the beginning, ‘parenting’ involves attending to simple needs: safety, the practicalities of feeding and changing diapers, finding rhythms and shaping schedules, getting new equipment, learning the sound of different kinds of crying and what they mean, having visits with the doctor and other knowledgeable people, and receiving congratulations and extra attention from friends and strangers alike. For the first while, it’s a mixture of excitement, learning curve, concern, joy and sometimes exhaustion. As we gain experience in caring for the baby, the new routines get sorted out, and the child starts to grow, our attention turns to the question of how we want to raise the child. What values do we hope to embody as parents? What do we wish for our children’s lives, and how will we foster that as they grow up in the years ahead?

    We will be much like new parents learning the basics as we take up residence at the New Home – hopefully without the exhaustion. Like new parents, our first weeks and months will involve many practical questions about how things work and who does what.

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  • On February 1, 2015 we held our first Sunday service in our new building, welcoming members, friends and visitors from our community and members of the architecture and construction companies who helped us to accomplish our dream of a new
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  • Meet Our New Minister

    2015-01-30 08:00:00
    Hello! I'm delighted to welcome you to our new UUFCO website. I hope you find what you are looking for in these pages, and that I'm graced with the opportunity to meet you in person soon. For those of you
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  • Rev. Antonia and the Adult Education Committee are excited to bring a new program to UUFCO members and friends starting this fall. "Soul Matters" and theme-based church will bring us together in new ways as well as build on the
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Where Love and Wisdom Meet

We warmly welcome you to the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Central Oregon (UUFCO), a friendly vibrant community, open-hearted and open-minded. Here we hope you will find words and wisdom that will move your mind and heart, a place of solace, comfort, community and support to pursue your spiritual journey.

Join us this Sunday at 10:30 am!

  • March 1, 2015 Sunday Service

    “I Will Love You, Again.” – Rev. Antonia Won (pre-recorded)

    Vulnerability is the theme for March. Our Principles don’t say much about what it means when we feel scared, hopeless or lonely in life, or the things that can trip us up. So what about that? Where do we turn for hope in a society that doesn’t seem to care?

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Rev. Antonia Won is in Canada

Reverend Antonia is temporarily serving UUFCO from her home in Canada while we wait for the visa process to be completed. We are grateful for everyone's patience and understanding and creative solution-making in the interim. If you need to speak with Rev. Antonia on a personal matter, please contact her by email or phone the fellowship office at 541-385-3908 to leave a message.

Upcoming Events

Sun Mar 01 @ 9:00AM - 10:00am
Website Help Session
Sun Mar 01 @10:30AM - 11:30am
Sunday Service
Wed Mar 04 @12:00PM - 3:00pm
Writing Group
Wed Mar 04 @ 2:00PM - 4:00pm
Book Club II
Wed Mar 04 @ 2:00PM - 4:00pm
Book Club I

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UUFCO is a Welcoming Congregation

The Welcoming Congregation Program is a voluntary program for Unitarian Universalist congregations who have taken steps to become more inclusive of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people.

All people and families are welcome here.

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