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23 March: Website Photo Contest!

Do you think you have a good eye for capturing the spirit of UUFEC on camera?  Submit those photos to the Communications Chair for the UUFEC website photo contest!

Everyone at UUFEC wants to see a fresh new look on our website.  What better way than … read more.

Tuesdays, 7-9 p.m.: Better Listening at UUFEC!

Better Listening Reminder

The 2015 Better Listening community classical music lecture series continues on Tuesday February 17.  Richard Hoops will present “Rachmaninov’s Life and Music.”

Better Listening combines commentaries on classic music and related CD selections.  Programs are held each Tuesday evening through March 31 from 7 to … read more.

Notes From the President’s Corner

February 13, 2015

Dear UUFECers,

Happy Valentines Day from your harried but grateful president.

For me, Valentines Day is a good reminder of the “great covenant” reading in our hymnal — the one that encourages us to “to Seek the Truth in Love.” I think that’s a fantastic … read more.

New Board Members and Old Ready for 2015

Our newest board members, Shirley Boughton (Vice President), Stiles Thompson (Treasurer), Loren Boyer (Member at Large), and David Abraham (Member at Large) are excited to serve as members of the 2015 UUFEC Board of Trustees.  They join Karen Lauer (Past President), Jane Park (President) Miriam … read more.

6 p.m. 14 Jan: Our Whole Lives (OWL) Begins This Week

Our Whole Lives (OWL), Wednesdays Jan 14-March 4

The Our Whole Lives grades K-1 class  will start at 6-7:30 pm with food being provided at 5:45. If you would like more information about OWL, see DRE Annaliisa Wilson ( or RE committee chair Don Harrison.

Ladies and Gentlemen, We Present Karen Matteson

UUFEC’s interim minister is Karen Matteson, hailing from Cary, North Carolina.  Her first sermon will be on 19 October.  Her first sermon is titled “Artichokes and Avocados.”  What does that mean, you ask?  Come to her “premiere” and find out!

Hello From Our New Minister!

Dear UUFEC Members and Friends,

            Congregations, like individuals, are on their own unique journeys.  In the past couple of weeks I’ve met some of your leaders and learned a little about UUFEC’s history and challenges, successes and strengths.  After all the conversations with your Board … read more.