Check this page first. It will always have the most recent posts about Fellowship doings and decisions as we work through the COVID-19 pandemic. Some of the content may also appear as News or in other places.


The Unitarian Fellowship of Peterborough is a community of open minds, open hearts, and open hands.

Even though our building and offices are physically closed, we are very much open. Our staff are primarily working from home and are still available to serve you.

Join us for regular on-line Sunday services and other virtual gatherings, posted here on the website, in our weekly e-news, and on our Facebook page.

And please reach out to Rev. Julie if you’d like to talk or need some support. 705-933-3746 text/call.

Stay home, stay well, but stay connected!

Social Proximity while Physically Distant

Every day, things are changing and we’re adapting to new recommendations and restrictions for our communal life. What we plan today, will likely change tomorrow, but for now, here’s the plan. 
We’re using Zoom technology for worship, meetings and even for family/children to connect. There’ll be many invitations to join one another on-line to talk, cry, laugh, and commiserate. We want to help you get comfortable with Zoom, and are offering a training/orientation session tomorrow, Saturday, March 21, at 1pm. Come to that session by clicking on this link. (If you don’t have zoom on your device already, it will take a few minutes to download.) And if you need help, but can’t attend Saturday, contact Rev. Julie
In the interest of ‘seeing’ and ‘touching’ one another as best we can, our Facebook Group has been re-vitalized. If you’re on Facebook, and want to have a place to interact informally with the UFP Community, send Rev. Julie a message, either through Facebook or by email, and we’ll get you connected. 
And, we’ve added a section on our website for ‘latest updates’. Rather than inundating you with emails, you can check there for any new messages or updates. The Flame will continue to provide an overview of all things UFP on a weekly basis. 
This is not a time for being brave or self-sufficient. If you’re lonely, if you need anything delivered, if your bank account is running low, if you need help with childcare…whatever…please make your needs known to Rev. Julie or Martha Comfort. We’re here for you. 

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