All children and youth are welcome in our new space in the Sally B. White Center right beside the church. We have room now to spread our wings with a much larger nursery and children/youth room. The theme for the nursery room is “Under the … read more.
The Water Dancer, by Ta-Nehisi Coates, will be discussed by the Anti-Racist Reading Group on Thursday, May 19 at 7 p.m. It is the story of a man born into slavery, who escapes via the underground railroad and resolves to rescue the family he left … read more.
Mark May 21, 2022, on your calendar for this year’s Hands Across the Sand celebration of our coastal environment and commitment to protect this precious ecosystem. UCF Green Sanctuary members will be present, and we’d love to have lots of participation from UCF members and … read more.
Have you been wondering how you can reduce the amount of trash you generate? Join us for a Zero Waste Presentation sponsored by Adult RE and Green Sanctuary. Linda Rudd will present lots of tips and practical information for treading more lightly on our precious … read more.
On March 17, we discussed Me and White Supremacy: Combat Racism, Change the World, and Become a Good Ancestor, by Layla F. Saad. Liz Morningstar led a very deep and thought provoking discussion.
At our next meeting, Thursday, May 19 … read more.
Ready to get outdoors and enjoy the spring wildflowers?
Tom Wentworth will lead this year’s first nature walk on Saturday April 23, from
2-4 pm on a yet-to-be-determined trail, likely in the Croatan National Forest.
Please check The Wave weekly in April for details. Sponsored by UCF Adult … read more.
UCF’s Welcoming Congregation Statement:
We, the Unitarian Coastal Fellowship, are an intentionally diverse community, welcoming of and enriched by people of varying cultures, economic and ethnic backgrounds; by people of varying sexual orientations, gender identities and family compositions; by people of all … read more.
Has COVID left you running on empty spiritually and emotionally?
Join Reverend Michelle for a time of “Drop-In Spiritual Nourishment” on Wednesday, March 2, at 7 pm. This will be a midweek pause to catch your breath and rejuvenate your spirit through quiet time, poems and … read more.
The Anti-Racist Reading Group next book discussion will be on March 17 at 7 p.m. The book is Me and White Supremacy: Combat Racism, Change the World, and Become a Good Ancestor by Layla F. Saad. This book was introduced during our January 16, Martin … read more.
Christine Winslow delivering all the wonderful handmade items from the Twisted Sisters
Our 2021 Holiday Gift Bag season began with a very generous donation from you, the UCF congregation. Then, The Twisted Sisters, members of a knitting and crocheting group who … read more.
Adult Religious Education had a busy month! In addition to weekly meditation and yoga sessions, we co-sponsored with Social Action, the film and discussion, “Racially Charged: America’s Misdemeanor Problem.” An excellent discussion was led by LA Jones, a retired federal warden and Charles Chalmers, retired … read more.
The UCF Adult Religious Education Committee is pleased to announce a book group to discuss the UUA Common Read 2021 book: Breathe: A Letter to my Sons by Imani Perry. The discussion will take place on Wednesday, November 17 at 7:30 pm, probably on Zoom. For information … read more.
Adult RE is pleased to announce that the weekly meditation class began on Monday, September 20, at 6:30 pm by Zoom. The site will open at 6:15. The sessions will be guided by either Holly Rogers, Daryl Walker, Virginia Woodhead, or Vicki Barrett. Vicki was … read more.
In June, we had a service based on the poetry project called “Where I’m From.” In this project, people write a poem modeled after George Ella Lyon’s poem, and they consider images, expressions and memories from their own past. For Adult RE on Wednesday, October … read more.
The Adult RE Committee is hosting a discussion of the film The Game Changers on Wednesday October 27, 2021 at 6 pm. This film discusses the benefits of a plant-based diet, particularly for athletes. The movie is available for viewing on Netflix, and lists James … read more.
The Unitarian Coastal Fellowship is in transition!
Following the retirement of longtime minister Rev. Sally White, who served at UCF for 18 years, interim minister Rev. Michelle Ma is helping UCF get ready for their next settled minister in 2023. Toward that end, UCF has appointed … read more.
We feel that the comprehensive work that UCF is doing on Racial Justice deserves its own blog. This Racial Justice blog will highlight our work and keep everyone up to date on where we have been and where we are going as a congregation committed … read more.
Look for pictures and bios of our newest members here!
Our Adult Spiritual Enrichment Committee presents programs designed to motivate and encourage spiritual, intellectual, social justice, or practical transformation in the lives of our members, our friends, and the community.
Classes may come from UUA or other published curricula, an outside speaker, or a member of … read more.
What’s going on at Unitarian Coastal Fellowship? Find it below!
UCF’s Social Justice Committee was able to continue its work via Zoom meeting during COVID but is very happy to be able to meet in person again. This committee’s makeup is ever-changing – any member of the congregation can bring a social justice issue or … read more.
The Green Sanctuary Committee is dedicated to creating a religious community that has a fundamental commitment to living in harmony with the Earth. We do this by planning monthly events for our congregation and the community that focus on the environment through a combination of … read more.
Unitarian Coastal Fellowship will be showing the documentary film “Theirs is the Kindgom” in the Sanctuary on Wednesday, November 2nd at 6:30 PM. The film deals with homelessness, addiction and mental illness. We will have a discussion after the film. Everyone in … read more.
UU the Vote Postcard Campaign
UCF committed to write 1000 Get Out the Vote postcards – 50 kits with 20 postcards in each! We easily reached our goal and the postcards are being written with a “Mail Date” of October 13th. The postcards are … read more.
At UCF, whenever there is a month with five Sundays, we collect donations for a charity during that month and all plate contributions on the 5th Sunday that are not designated as pledge money go to that cause as well. October is a month with … read more.
“We, the member congregations of the Unitarian Universalist Association, covenant to affirm and promote: journeying toward spiritual wholeness by working to build a diverse multicultural Beloved Community by our actions that accountably dismantle racism and other oppressions in ourselves and our … read more.
UCF’s Green Sanctuary and Adult RE Committees are pleased to announce a second fall nature walk, led by botanist and UCF member Tom Wentworth on Saturday, October 15, 2022. We’ll hike the Tideland National Recreation Trail from the Cedar Point Campground in the Croatan National … read more.
Energy is the engine that powers life and fuels the evolution of human civilization. To better put into perspective the various issues surrounding energy in the 21st century, we need to understand the essential science behind how energy works. Award-winning professor and expert geophysicist Michael … read more.
The documentary “Theirs Is the Kingdom” will be shown on November 2 at UCF. The film explores the intersection of poverty and art, and the challenges of homelessness, addiction, and mental illness, while a fresco mural is created and displayed in the sanctuary of a … read more.
Family Picnic: On Saturday, October 22nd from 11:00-12:30 there will be a picnic lunch for families with children at Shevans Park. We will have sandwiches, salads, cookies and drinks. The staff and nursery volunteers are invited to attend as well so you can get … read more.
Members of the Building Team and Board Cut the Ribbon to dedicate our new campus
On Saturday, September 10, 2022, the Unitarian Coastal Fellowship had a Grand Opening and Dedication of their new building at 2900 Bridges Street, Morehead City. This was indeed a very special … read more.
The group enjoying the beautiful weather
Eleven Unitarian Coastal Fellowship members began the UCF late summer/fall nature walk series with a hike on the Elliott Coues Trail in Fort Macon State Park on Saturday, September 17th at 2 PM. The weather was fine, with partly … read more.