What’s going on at Unitarian Coastal Fellowship? Find it below!
Category: UCF News
From Rev. Ma:
Happy New Year!
A new year promises renewal, fresh starts, new beginnings. It’s the time of year that many people resolve: this year will be different. This year, I’ll finally lose weight. This year, I’ll do a better job of keeping in touch … read more.
(back)Helene Kelly, Rev. Michelle Ma, Miriam Green, Joan Burton, Terri Thomas – (front) Liz Morningstar and Savannah
On Sunday, December 5th, members of the Pastoral Care Team at UCF held a drive-thru event at our new facility (under construction) at 2900 Bridges Street. Members and … read more.
Communications from our Coastline Newsletter this Month
From Rev. Michelle:
This is, historically, an inward time. The harvest is in; the days grow cold; the nights grow long. There is a season for everything, and this is the season for rest.
There is, for sure, still work … read more.
Honor someone you love or admire.
To Our Unitarian Coastal Fellowship Members and Friends,
We have ordered beautiful, safe, comfortable, and long-lasting chairs to use in our new sanctuary. The chairs are manufactured in Ohio. 75% of the power required to run the production line is from … read more.
On November 7th, we will hold our Veterans Day worship service outdoors, followed by a pot luck meal. The picnic pavilions at Fort Macon offer ample space for us to gather, so please join us to see old friends face to face. Attendees are asked … read more.
From Reverend Michelle:
I am not, by nature, a patient person.
I’m one of those people who has some trouble being still. Meditation did not come naturally to me. I had to learn to be silent. Given the choice, I prefer to be doing something rather … read more.
All set up for the Service
Sunday, September 12th couldn’t have been a more beautiful day to have a UCF service in the pavilion at Fort Macon, looking out at Beaufort inlet and the Atlantic Ocean. This was the first time that we have gathered for … read more.
From Rev. Michelle:
Change is in the air: a change in seasons, and also a change in ministers. The coming month will be filled with surprises, as I learn about you and the way you do things, and as you learn about me and the … read more.
For those of you who don’t live nearby or haven’t had a chance to drive by 2900 Bridges Street in the last couple of days, here is what is happening! Very exciting! Big thanks to Karen Baggott for recording the progress in pictures.
Photo … read more.
On June 23rd, some UCF congregants gathered at Rotary Park in Morehead City for a potluck picnic. Nan Reed, Chair of the Membership Committee, organized the event for those who felt safe doing so and were missing seeing each other face to face. Fourteen people … read more.