Our Sunday Services are live-streamed during COVID-19

To help slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus, UFP has joined most other community groups in suspending our in-person gatherings until at least April 30.

Do join us by using the Zoom link at the bottom of each week’s service. (Zoom is a particularly easy to use, cross-platform video-conferencing system. The first time you use it you will be prompted to install a small, free app on your computer or mobile device.)

We suggest joining the service a few minutes early. See you Sunday!


Join for social time at 10am. The service begins at 10:30am:

Reflections on the losses and transitions of our lives that bring us grief, as well as the gratitude that comes with growth and new beginnings.  

Speaker: Rev. Anne Orfald
Service Leader: Jovanna Soligo 


“Religion and Disruption” 
Travel across the country this summer without ever leaving home. Each week, a different group or congregation will host the service and welcomes all UUs and friends. Click through for more information.


Five Tuesdays | July 7 through August 4 | 6:30-8pm 

What Matters Now is a 5-session program for deepening individual and collective responses to the challenges – and opportunities – highlighted by the global pandemic and the call for racial justice. Through readings, resources, and tender conversations, we will explore together where we find ourselves, what guides us, and how we are called to live. 


Join John Sproule from Don Heights Congregation for a light-hearted PowerPoint show on Unitarian, Universalist and UU biographies, with audience participation. Each show stands on its own.   Tuesdays, July 14, July 28, August 11, August 257:00 PM ET, on the Don Heights channelMeeting ID: 833 995 2710, password: 1111