Adult Education Happenings for December

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.

UUA Common Read Book Discussion in November

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.

Meditation Has Resumed

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.

“Where I’m From” poetry project

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 Game Changers Film Discussion

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.

About the Transition Team

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.

UCF Racial Justice Work

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.

About Adult Religious Education

Our Adult Religious Education 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.

About Children’s Religious Education

Children’s Religious Education and Worship During COVID

As our COVID pandemic continues and our church is closed, the Time for All Ages (new name for Story for All Ages) will be included into the Sunday Service every week at 10:30.  We will be doing more multi-generational … read more.

UCF News

What’s going on at Unitarian Coastal Fellowship?  Find it below!

About the Social Action Committee

UCF’s Social Action Committee is staying busy, even in this time of COVID.  This committee’s makeup is ever-changing – any member of the congregation can bring a social justice issue or project to a meeting for consideration, or they can join us to work on … read more.

About the Green Sanctuary Committee

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.

UCF Chair Donation Opportunity

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.

Update on Racial Justice Work – Nov. 2021

At the Social Action Committee meeting in August, it was decided to continue our Racial Justice work by dividing into two groups:

The Anti-Racism Reading group will continue to provide education on these issues through reading and discussion of books on racism and racial justice.  They … read more.

November UCF News

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.

A Note From the Transition Team

You may not have heard much from the Transition Team yet, but rest assured we are hard at work! After spending some time helping Rev. Michelle get settled and learn the ins and outs of how the church works, we are finally embarking on the … read more.

UCF Co-Sponsors Voter Registration Drive at CCC

On September 27th through 30th, UCF co-sponsored the annual Voter Registration drive at Carteret Community College, along with the League of Women Voters, CCC, the Carteret County NAACP and the CCC Student Government. 

This year, voter registration was done in the Bryant Student Center as well … read more.

UCF to Present Film and Discussion on Criminal Justice

A Conversation on Policing and Racial Equity in our Criminal Justice System

November 9 from 7:00-8:30 p.m.

Racially Charged:  America’s Misdemeanor Problem

The Social Justice and Adult Religious Education Committees at Unitarian Coastal Fellowship (UCF) invite you to join the Zoom viewing of the documentary, Racially Charged:  America’s … read more.