Sunday Morning Services
Every Sunday from 10:30 -11:30 am there is a service which consists of: gathering music, chalice lighting, reading, announcements, milestones and moments, collection, program, discussion, closing words, and extinguishing the chalice.
The program presenters may be members of the Fellowship or people from the community, university, or government.
We do not offer religious education classes or child care. However, we do welcome children to attend the regular Sunday service.
Immediately after the service coffee and conversation is available to those wanting to talk with the speaker or members. Usually a group goes to lunch at a nearby restaurant from 12 noon - 1:30 pm. Everyone is invited to lunch.
Sunday services are held at 404 Atlanta Street in Austin. You
are welcome to join us on any Sunday.
April 28 - Discussions: "Is all news bad news?" lead by Derek Hoggett; and "Culprits behind health care costs" lead by Judy Muessel
May 5 - "Notable Notes" - group participation. You are invited to bring something "notable" to read that you would like to share with the group such as an article from a magazine, newspaper, or the internet, that you found especially noteworthy.
May 19 - AARP Driver's Ed Class - A special class for the UUFA will be held at the Triumphant Love Lutheran Church (Great Hills Trail and Rain Creek Parkway, adjacent to The Village, Office Entrance), at 1:45 pm Sunday, May 19. Checks should be made out to AARP, in the amount of $12 for AARP members, $14 for others. Everyone will need to bring AARP cards, insurance cards, and drivers' licenses.
We affirm the inherent worth and dignity of every person