Please join us at UUCF on January 7th at 11am for a Unitarian Universalist tradition:
The Fire Communion helps us to put in perspective the joys and sorrows, the changes and transitions, the ups and downs of the previous year. During the ceremony, participants are invited to write down words, or a phrase, to sum up what they wish to release for the new year. They then come forward to burn that piece of paper. Child care is available during service. Fellowship, refreshments, and conversation continue following the service. You are welcome here!
Our Service Coordinators:
Andrea Poole currently serves as President for the UUCF Board and is a member of the Sunday Services Committee. She is also a stay at home mom, and an environmental and social justice activist with such groups as Climate Parents and Moms Rising. She and her partner, Mike, live in Fayetteville with their three children.
Susan Gyaben has been a Unitarian Universalist for over 20 years, attending UU churches in the six states where she has resided. She is a returned Peace Corps Volunteer, having served in Ghana, West Africa in the early 90s. Susan has a Master’s Degree in Public Health and a keen interest in topics of health. Susan is a member of the Sunday Services Committee. She and her family live on Fort Bragg, NC.