Category: News

Getting Connected

If you have been wondering how to get more involved with UUFR, here are a few opportunities for you to serve our shared community.

• The Nominating Committee (NomCom) is currently looking for an additional member for NomCom and another member for the Committee on … read more.

Serve With Our Neighbors in Southeast Raleigh

As part of the Interfaith Food Shuttle Mobile Market, Martin St. Baptist Church’s Blessings in Bags will take place on Saturday morning, January 13. All volunteers are asked to arrive between 8:00 and 8:30 am. Parking is available in the lot on the State Street … read more.

UUFR 75th Anniversary Blog Post #2

A Festive Move

UUFR has had many homes over the years. We started out meeting in members’ houses; later we met in rooms at NC State University (then known as “State College”) in Riddick Hall, Withers Hall and the YMCA,  then located on the campus. (We … read more.

Board Leadership Transition

By Sarah Ford Neorr, Board President

I am honored that my first official act as UUFR’s Board President is to thank my friend and predecessor, Michele McIntosh.  Because Michele assumed the mantle of President just six months into her own term as President-elect, she led the Board for … read more.

We want your stories!

UUFR was founded in 1949… which means 2024 is our 75th anniversary year! And do we have a story to tell! UUFR has been making a difference in the lives of members, friends and the larger community for three quarters of a century. In order … read more.

UUFR 75th Anniversary Blog Post #1

January 2024

Fifty-Plus Years of New Years at the Beach

It’s cold or at the very least cold-ish. It might be rainy, windy or even snowy. So what do UUs do? Go to the beach! Of course.

For more than 50 years, UUFR members have enjoyed celebrating the … read more.

Serving with our Neighbors in Southeast Raleigh

As part of the Interfaith Food Shuttle Mobile Market, Martin St. Baptist Church’s Blessings in Bags will take place on Saturday morning, January 13. All volunteers are asked to arrive between 8:00 and 8:30 am. Parking is available in the lot on the State Street … read more.