The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Fredericksburg
has experienced steady growth since its founding in 1956. There are over
120 adult members, and about 70 children in the Sunday School.
Built in 1833, our building was originally home to
the First Christian Church of Fredericksburg. During its long and varied
history, it has served at times as a hospital, a warehouse, and a school,
and was most recently used as the bingo hall for a fraternal lodge. Purchased
by this Fellowship in 1984, it has been gradually renovated to keep up
with the needs of our growing congregation.
Our Fellowship is committed to the democratic process,
and responsibility for church decisions rests with the voting members.
An elected Executive Board and a number of standing committees comprise
the governing body of the congregation.
We are an honor society of the Unitarian
Universalist Association and are members of the Thomas
Jefferson District of the UUA, as well as the Interfaith Council, the
Food Bank, and the Church Shelter Board in Fredericksburg.
Director of Religious Education: Carol Collins
Sunday Services:Mike Feinman
Religious Education: Howard Heppe
Denominational Affairs: Helen Springer
Building & Grounds: Jane Ellen Kravetz
Friendship: Debbie Brock * Kit Carver
Finance: Bill Brooks
Social Concerns: John Springer
Membership: Rebecca Elswick
Office Manager: Nancy Krause
Newsletter Editor: Maryann Brown
The Unitarian Universalist
Fellowship of Fredericksburg
1115 Caroline Street / P.O. Box 663 /
Fredericksburg, Virginia 22404 / (540) 371-1304
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