Pot Luck Social Event – No Program. Every fifth Sunday of the month is Potluck Sunday. In lieu of a service, join us at 10 a.m. at the fellowship for food and conversation.
We affirm that eveyone should be able to realize their fullest potential, but sometimes it takes a lot of courage to do so. October is designated as “Coming Out Month” – a time when those in the queer community are encouraged to proudly and publically … read more.
Who is braver? The Cowardly Lion? The Tin Man? Dorothy? Toto? The Scarecrow? Let’s talk about it!
Carrie Arnold is a longtime favorite at the Green Bay Fellowship. She has been married to her partner Bob for 46 years and is the mother of three humans … read more.
“A covenant is a promise that members of a congregation make to one another, tranforming them from a collection of individuals into a faith community” – Welcome: A Unitarian Universalist Primer
Living into the true spirit of our covenant sometimes requires vulnerability and courage but … read more.
So often when we think of courage we think about heroic people who step up and do something extraordinary. Movies show us all kinds of superheroes who always save the day. Our news feeds show us ordinary folks who step up in times of tragedy. … read more.
Belonging to a secular organization is usually very transactionally based – a fee is paid to obtain services. However, belonging to a religious organization should be very different. This Sunday I invite you to consider belonging to our Fellowship as a spiritual practice. How does … read more.
According to Sr Caroline belonging isn’t just about membership, it requires participation; belonging is about relationship. Sr Caroline is a contemplative dreamer who colors beyond boundaries into possibility. She loves growing veggies, cooking and baking bread from scratch, wasting nothing. This year she celebrates 57 years … read more.
Every year we welcome everyone back to our Fellowship by mingling the waters of our summer together. Please bring a small sample of water representing an activity which was meaningful to you this summer. During Felllowship Time you will have an opportunity to share the … read more.
In lieu of a service, GBAUUF will be doing a Morning of Service. Grab your gardening gloves and your favorite nippers, and meet at the fellowship building at 9 a.m. to help trim shrubs, pull weeds, and tidy the exterior. We’ll have extra supplies and … read more.
The National Memorial for Peace and Justice (a.k.a. The Lynching Memorial) in Montgomery, Alabama is a stunning work of art. It is a dignified way to tell a horrific and unspoken part of our history as well as reclaim the worth and dignity of those … read more.