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)
     


Please, start looking in Notices! below, for a new feature for the growing season.  We will have a message area for you to check out often, telling what the Permaculture Interest Group (PIG!) is sharing.  You'll want to see what the PIG is up to and what it needs, right?  We want to make changes of consequence and work with a purpose with the resources we have.  Our Garden will need more planners, workers and admirers since much of Jens' time will be taken up with his tasks as President this year.  But the garden is OURS.  Let's make it mean something "Edgy" !

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, April 30, 2017


Before the Service:   "INSTANT CHOIR" 9:30 am - practice for singing in the service today!! All welcome.


April 30 - 10:30 am - 10:30 am - "Motherhood Poetry" -  with Elise Gregory and Robin Boles. 

Elise and Robin are sharing some Motherhood Poetry with us on the day of our May Day Celebration. Kate will be handling family issues and Robin will be filling in for her with readings from the poetry collection "All We Can Hold", focusing on Motherhood and being mothered. Kate Maude and Elise participated in the editing of this jewel filled Poetry collection.

Look HERE for the book's press release so you will be able to review the poet and poems list to find out what you're in for.

We will follow the service with our annual May Day activities. In case you are new, our May Day celebration includes a May Pole.


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

This Sunday, April 30 

"LWGU" curriculum - Lesson 16 - "Love is the Golden Rule"


after the service: Book Club discussion of "The Man Who Thought He Owned Water" by Tershia D'Elgin.