The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Klamath County
seeks to offer a forum for religious freedom and the pursuit of knowledge,
to extend spiritual fellowship to all people, and to provide a place of renewal to foster a life of community, awareness, and action.
Sunday Worship Weekly
via Zoom at 10:30am
This Sunday, May 9nd, join Intern Minister Alison Duren-Sutherland for “That’s Not What HE Said: Exploring What Really Mattered to Jesus.” Alison’s message draws from the New Testament and its historical context to identify the things that were important to Jesus as portrayed in the Gospels – and the things that weren’t. We’ll see that, unlike some of his contemporaries, Jesus had more to say about poverty and inclusion than about queerness or abortion.
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View UUFKC past services online: UUFKC YouTube Channel
Our Cares & Concerns team is available to assist elderly, immonocompromised and others at high-risk during this pandemic. Please contact us if you need help getting groceries, picking up a prescription, or just need to talk on the phone. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, if you want to volunteer on this committee, email us!
PLEASE NOTE: At this time, our physical location is closed and worship services have moved online to keep our community safe from COVID-19.
The Unitarian Fellowship Hall is located upstairs in St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 801 Jefferson Street, Klamath Falls. Please enter near St. Paul’s office and come upstairs. Elevator available.