We are a lay-led, all-volunteer Participatory Society of like-minded individuals. Some of us are members and others are friends. You are always welcome to join us. Our activities include all things related to supporting each other, our grounds, and our building.

Scheduled Activities Check the Calendar for dates and times of meetings. Due to COVID, some activities may be put on hold for now. Email for more information at:

  • Live Poets: meets at the church on 1st and 3rd Wednesdays at 3:00 pm. If you love poetry, join us and share.
  • How Does Your Garden Grow? Winter meeting time: noon every Tuesday at the church. Please bring your lunch and join us. Permaculture-based discussions, gardening outreach
  • Meditation: schedule a time with a qualified meditation teacher to get you started
  • Garden Work: time scheduled for group work in our garden during the summer months
  • Campfires at the New and Full Moon: gather at sundown in our backyard to sit around the campfire with friends
  • SOAR: meets on the 1st Wednesday, our hub for all activities related to Social Outreach, Action, and Response
  • Connections: meets on the 3rd Wednesday, Our hub for communications, publicity, and membership outreach.
  • Board of Directors meetings: meets the 3rd Wednesday at 6:30 pm. Board members are elected by the members of the society. All interested people are welcome to attend the meetings.
  • Programming: meet to discuss and plan the activities associated with Sunday Service
  • Administration: meets as needed for finances, fundraising, building maintenance, and grounds care.

Opportunities to Build Community at UUSRF…

  • attend Sunday Service
  • bring your family
  • visit after the service
  • join instant choir
  • provide music
  • offer and share rides
  • participate in scheduled activities
  • connect with like-minded people
  • attend potlucks & picnics
  • attend special events
  • walk the labyrinth
  • walk the path around our 5 acres
  • playground play
  • plant in the garden, and other gardening activities
  • dance in the community room
  • play games
  • sponsor and attend films
  • alone time in the woods
  • share your skills
  • suggest a new activity
  • contribute food for fundraisers
  • join workdays in the building or on the grounds
  • mow the yard in summer
  • shovel the walks in winter
  • teach classes
  • attend classes
  • help with opening & closing on Sunday
  • greet on Sunday morning
  • light the Chalice
  • present at a Sunday Service
  • preside at a Sunday Service
  • rent/use the space for your own event
  • Silent auction fundraiser items contributed and purchased
  • Mother’s Day Brunch fundraiser
  • Father’s Day outdoor campfire lunch after service
  • Labor Day Picnic on Labor Day

“We have arrived where we are because of all that lies behind us. Finally, effective worship asks us to stretch forward. It has a dimension of aspiration.”

― John Buehrens, A Chosen Faith: An Introduction to Unitarian Universalism