Events, Gatherings, and Workshops

Events, Gatherings, and Workshops 2018-02-15T10:42:08+00:00

Green Sanctuary Happenings for February

Our request for accreditation report is up on the UUFCC website and in the hands of the UUA. One hundred and thirty-five members and attenders signed onto our statement:

“We the members of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship support the application of our Fellowship for Green Sanctuary accreditation by the Unitarian Universalist Association.  Signing yea on this petition obligates us, jointly and individually, to become a greater blessing to the Earth and to make our life choices and actions better reflect dependence on earth’s web of life.”

Up-coming February events:

February 18, 11:30am, room 2: Green Sanctuary Committee meeting. We are reorganizing and creating lots of room for new ideas and newcomers.

February 21, 7pm, Foxdale Auditorium, “Divide in Concord.” Love Your Planet Film Series continues with a 3 month focus on plastic pollution.  In an entertaining fashion, this documentary exploring citizen action follows an 84 year-old woman leading a crusade against plastic water bottles in her small Massachusetts town.

February 25, 11:30am, room 6: TED and Talk: Robin Wall Kimmerer, botanist, essayist, and member of the Potawatomi Nation, asks the question: “What does Earth ask of us?” in a lecture series called, “Questions for a Resilient Future.” 17 minutes,

Wonderful Wednesdays (formerly Fellowship Suppers)

Wednesday, February 21st, 5:45pm

(Every 3rd Wednesday of the month)

All Ages Welcome!!!!
Supper, Fellowship and Evening Vespers
Join us for Wonderful Wednesday on February 21 at 5:45. A sign up board is located in the UUFCC lobby
for folks who are willing to volunteer to bring a main dish, help with setup and cleanup. Please bring a
side dish, salad or dessert to share. We’ll honor all those with February birthdays with cake and a song.
5:45pm Dinner is served (Fellowship Hall)
6:30pm All Ages Vespers Service (Sanctuary)
7PM Cleanup
          Games (Library)
          Religious Education
Our Wednesday Evening Vespers is a simple, mid-week service of words, silence, meditation and acapella music. It’s a chance to gather in fellowship and experience our beautiful sanctuary in the evening. It’s a chance to feed your bodies and your spirits. We really hope to see you there!

Come get to know and enjoy the company of fellow UUs!

For more information, or Milena at

UUFCC Music Series

Upcoming Performances:

February 25, 2018 at 3:00 — Penn State Woodwind Faculty

The next program on our Music Series will feature members of Penn State’s woodwind faculty.  They will perform a concert of varied chamber music for trio or quartet.  The music will include works from J. S Bach to a newly-commissioned jazz-influenced piece by Los Angeles-based composer Gernot Wolfgang.  The performers will be Naomi Seidman, flute, Tim Hurtz, oboe, Anthony Costa, clarinet, and Daryl Durran, bassoon.

Program details:
Malcolm Arnold – Divertimento (flute, oboe, clarinet)
J.S. Bach – Fugue on a Theme of Corelli, BWV 579  (quartet)
Gernot Wolfgang -Parallel Universe  (quartet)
Walter Piston – Three Pieces for Flute, Clarinet and Bassoon
Noel Gallon – Suite in trio (oboe, clarinet, bassoon)
Arthur Berger– Quartet in C  (quartet)

What more could you want for musical entertainment on a winter Sunday afternoon? Please join us!

This event is sponsored by the Music Committee. Suggested donation is $15 for adults and $2 for students. Proceeds benefit the performers and the UUFCC music program.

 March 18, 2018 at 3:00 — Anne Sullivan (harp) and friends
We are delighted to have harpist Anne Sullivan on our series again. Her program will include
solo works by C. P. E. Bach, Zabel, and Flothuis. The featured work will be Scintillation, a
showpiece for solo harp by the harpist Carlos Salzedo.
Anne will be joined by flutist Diane Gold Toulson for a colorful Phantasy on Japanese Folk Songs. Clarinetist Smith Toulson will join them for a charming set of pieces by the Russian composer Cesar Cui.
Anne Sullivan began her concert career at age twelve when she appeared as soloist with the
Philadelphia Orchestra. Besides being busy as a recitalist and chamber musician, she is also
the founder and director of the Harp in the Mountains Summer Festival for harp students in
Coburn, where she resides.
This event is sponsored by the Music Committee. We look forward to a wonderful program, and
we hope you can attend. Suggested donation is $15 for adults, $2 for students. Proceeds
benefit the performers and our music program.

Questions? Please contact Mary Alice Graetzer (


Getting to Know UU


1st Sunday of the month,  11:30am

Want to learn more about Unitarian Universalism? Interested in getting involved and getting to know people here at UUFCC? Join us for a brief discussion to get your questions answered, meet others, and get some basic information about our Fellowship.

Questions? Contact Membership Coordinator, Olivia Harper (


Next Class TBA

Fellowship Hall

UU101 is an opportunity to explore what it means to be a UU, share your beliefs, and learn what the UUFCC has to offer you.  It is a great time to meet other people and find out how to get involved.  No prerequisites, no preparation, just bring your questions!  Our long-time members (Betsy and Chuck Berry, and Laura Brown) will be facilitating the class.

Class limited to 12 people. To register, contact Olivia Harper,


Who We Are

We are brave, curious, diverse and compassionate thinkers and doers who believe in doing good.

What We Are Doing

Standing for love, justice, and peace since 1865, we gather for worship, programs, events and more.

Get Involved

Bring your passion and desire to see change. Be prepared to exercise your mind and open your heart.


We'd love to get to meet you. Please join us for a meeting or stop by our main meeting place.