New to UUFRC? Welcome!
You are always welcome at the UU Fellowship of Redwood City.
As an inclusive, welcoming community, UUFRC is committed to “radical hospitality.” This has more to do with a commitment to bringing our full presence to one another, to listen deeply and share, than it does with what kind of cookies we serve during Social Hour – although the Ministry of Culinary Arts team does a fabulous job with that, as well.
Planning A Sunday Visit
As you enter, the first person you’ll likely to see is one of our friendly volunteer greeters. If it is your first time with us, they will direct you to the welcome table where you may make a name tag, pick up brochures or a visitor packet, and chat with one of our welcoming volunteers.
We have information packets about our Fellowship that you’re welcome to take with you and we’re happy to answer any questions you may have. You can also fill out a welcome sheet, if you’d like us to send you the newsletter for a few months so you can learn more about what’s happening here. Of course, you are always welcome to bypass the welcome table, or visit it after the service instead.
Monthly Welcome Circle
You are warmly invited to join us for this brief meeting held the first Sunday of every month at 11:45 a.m. Our Welcome Circle is a deeper introduction to who we are, and what we offer. Childcare is available if needed.
You are always welcome to contact our Connections Coordinator, Jen Gill with questions about our faith and Fellowship as well as for information about getting involved.We look forward to meeting you and helping you find what you need. Jen’s email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Families with Children
Interested in our programs for children and youth? Children are encouraged to visit the children’s classes and meet new friends. Learn more about Sunday mornings for children. If you’re able to come a few minutes early, our greeters can help you connect with a teacher or our director before the service begins. Children are also welcome to stay with you in the service until they are ready to try class.
Families are encouraged to connect with the Director of Religious Education to find out about the many children’s programs being offered from nursery to high school, in support of families. Contact: Derby Davidson.
Ways to Connect Outside of Service
Wanting to find other opportunities to meet people at the fellowship? You are welcomed in our community. Our events, classes and committees are open to all visitors and friends of our fellowship. Check out our upcoming events, and find ways to connect.
At UUFRC, we welcome all persons, regardless of race, ethnicity or national origin; gender or gender identification; affectional preference or sexual orientation; age; physical or mental challenges; or social, economic or marital status.