Social Action Committee Meeting

The next meeting of the UUFM Social Action Committee will be Wednesday, July 2 at 7 pm at the UUFM Building.

The meeting will follow a potluck gathering of all UUFM at 6 pm.

We invite anyone interested in pursuing the justice values of Unitarian Universalism to attend and join in our efforts to act on our principles.

Information: contact Anne Cowan, Chair – 785-537-2025

Audio Archive, Jan. 7 — Being Intentionally UU

As we enjoy the traveling General Assembly chalice, we’re reminded of our connection with Unitarian Universalism. How do we intentionally live our identities as UU’s? What difference does it make in our lives? Our convener is Christopher Renner.

Jonalu’s Journal – January 2018

By now, you have probably heard some of the feedback from the Developmental Ministry evaluation, in preparation for the congregational vote on January 7 about continuation of Developmental Ministry. The most heartening tidbit from the evaluation for me was the extent to which people are involved in the community. Over half the members of the fellowship answered surveys and of them, 61% had attended local […]

Audio Archive, Dec. 31 — Notable Deaths of 2017

Our speakers are Larry Weaver, Doug Walter, Susan Adamchak, Elke Lorenz, Michael Oldfather, and Tom Phillips. Our convener is Michael Oldfather.

Audio Archive, Dec. 24 — Music and Readings for Christmas Eve

Contributors to this morning’s service include: reader Susan Adamchak; special music from Kristan Corwin, Jonalu Johnstone, Marisa Larson, Elke Lorenz, Larry Weaver, and Carolyn Ferguson; candle lighters and coffee providers: the Tanona family, Betty Banner, Susan Adamchak, Mark Clarke, and Christopher Renner. Our convener is Elke Lorenz.

January 2018

Happy New Year! 2018 is going to be an awesome year so we’re starting the celebration with a MENTOS EXPLOSION on January 7 – don’t miss it!



OWL K-2 – Our Whole Lives for those in Kindergarten through 2nd grade starts in February and runs through mid-March. The K-2 program supports parents in educating children about birth, babies, bodies and […]

A Holiday Message

Robert Fulghum, a UU minister best-known for “All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten,” speaks about that “funny feeling you get when you know that once again Christmas has come to you.” It comes in different ways. One year, I got it from Dr. Seuss’ Grinch. Other years, I’ve had it when George Bailey realizes what a Wonderful Life he has. I’ve […]

Audio Archive, Dec. 17 — Longing for Hope

Enjoy this Sunday service filled with holiday music as we continue to explore our longings for hope in the darkest season of the year. The reflection is given by Rev. Jonalu Johnstone. Our convener is Tom Phillips.

Audio Archive, Dec. 10 — Kansas Pulpit Exchange with Rev. Sarah Oglesby-Dunegan

Rev. Sarah Oglesby-Dunegan of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Topeka joins us this morning. Our convener is Jessica Sievers.

Audio Archive, Dec. 3 — From Despair to Hope: Radical Reversal

True hope, theologically speaking, runs much deeper than “I hope you have a happy holiday.” Hope aims for more than a specific wish or simply glossing over troubles. We don’t need hope when times are good. How, though, do we find it when we do need it — in the depths of despair? Can we banish deep sadness and helplessness by rediscovering hope? Rev. […]

Audio Archive, Dec. 2 — Piano Studios of Dr. Muriago and Dr. Dobrzanski

Student piano recital at Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Manhattan.