Welcome to UUSRF

Unitarian Universalist Society of River Falls - 

N8010 Hwy 65 

River Falls, WI 54022

If you seek a religious home in which wisdom, compassion and justice are the guiding principles, you have come to the right place! With members from throughout the St. Croix Valley, UUSRF is a welcoming, liberal, religious congregation that strives to nurture our community, to help our children learn, and to grow spiritually. We invite you to join us for a Sunday service. If you have children ages 2-13, they are welcome to visit our Spiritual Education program; during the school year, classes begin shortly after the start of service.  After service, join us for a cup of coffee, treats and conversation.  Thanks for visiting!

Sunday Services: 10:30 AM

Spiritual Education classes: (September through May) 10:45-11:40 AM

     Bas Sona,    

     Pastor Derek        

     derekwashington@me.com     
     715-220-6122  (Cell)    
     715-425-6711   (9pm-6am)    
 

   (I text too)     


Notices!

Please read HERE a letter from David Trechter, Finance Chair, from his presentation on Self Financing our mortgage balance for UUSRF benefit, and Yours!


Sunday, February 26, 2017


Before the Service:  Mindfulness & Qigong 9:00 am   


Mindfulness & Qigong - 9 am -  Leader - Colleen Gray

This week we will discuss:

"Manifesting Mindfulness of Wabi Sabi - The Beauty of Imperfection"

in the Gathering room.

  

Readings, Discussion, Tea & Practice to:  

Reduce stress, increase well-being & happiness.


February 26 - 10:30 am - "Beyond Mediocracy: Creating a Cruelty Free Reality Based on UUSRF Principles!" by the re-igniting UUSRF Permaculture Group. 

We will talk about what a mediocracy is. Yes, it is a word, and it aptly describes the United States since the election in November. This service re-ignites the UUSRF permaculture group as we merge permaculture ethics with Unitarian principles to vanquish fear and recover our democracy. We have planned a multimedia service to engage minds, hearts and souls in the process of designing the future our children and grandchildren want. The permaculture team includes Paula Lugar presiding, Trygve Aarsheim sharing a book, Vicki Aarsheim lighting the chalice, Jens Gunelson managing the multimedia show and Mark Tamminga offering consultation on the whole process.


Spiritual Education classes: Beginning at 10:40 in the Gathering room

This Sunday, February 26 

"LSU" curriculum - Lesson 11 - "Hear Our Voices"


after the service:  

Book Club discusses "The Death of Josseline" by Margaret Regan - in the Gathering room -  after SE.