Our Website is Moving to a New Address:
Because this web address is not owned by anyone at the church, the fate and ultimate control of the site is not in our own hands. For example, Google sees this site as “not secure”. I have cloned the website and installed it at the new address – Don Leith
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
September through June
To stay up-to-date with UUFKC, including info on when worship services resume after our summer recess, use the form on this page or CLICK HERE to sign up for our email list.
Please use the sign-up in the left-hand column of this page if you would like to receive weekly emails with links to Zoom worship and fellowship announcements. If you are interested in connecting more deeply with UUFKC, fill out the form found HERE. You can also follow us on Facebook for updates there.
View UUFKC past services online: UUFKC YouTube Channel
Reminder: We need your help!
Klamath County needs a non-judgmental spiritual center and we are it. Please take a few minutes and look over our committees. If you can spare a few hours a month, we can make a difference during this challenging time.
Religious Education — Find ways to stimulate the young ones via Zoom. Or park visits. Need folks to think outside the box for the children.
Worship Committee — Plan Sunday services.
Membership Committee — Greeters when we meet in person. Reach out to those in need as the Cares & Concerns group. Especially needed during this time of isolation. A simple phone call can make someone’s day.
Fellowship Fun Nights — Connie DeVry needs some folks to help her plan whatever gatherings outside the service we can hold. Special events planning is included. Sounds like fun!
Social Justice Committee — Courtney Neubauer leads the service once a month and plans events to get us out in public. To let our presence be known. Very fulfilling work. Acting on our principles. We needs idea people too. So if you can’t march you can at least share your thoughts.
COME JOIN US!
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!
We’re at: 1918 Oregon Avenue (Friends Church), downstairs, on the same side of the building as the garden. We will be meeting for now face to face on the second and fourth Sunday of the month.