Since 1981, Blue Hills Unitarian Universalist Fellowship has provided a spiritual home for those who are seeking a religious community which values an open, questioning approach to the great questions of existence. While we do not have a set creed, we do aspire to put the basic principles of Unitarianism into practice.
These affirm the worth of all creatures, both human and non-human, and call upon us to work for an equitable and just world which is in harmony with the marvelous diversity of life with which we are surrounded.
Belief requires action, so we strive to be of service to the local and larger communities.
We meet weekly throughout the year at 10:00 a.m. At the current time, in recognition of the COVID pandemic, we are using a hybrid model for programming which combines people gathering at the church (230 W. Messenger St, Rice Lake) with others linked in remotely through ZOOM. If the presenter is at the church, those on ZOOM will be able to see and participate. Conversely, if the presenter is at a remote location, those who wish to gather at the church (vaccinated, masked and distanced) can see the presentation on screen, participate, and enjoy each other’s company as well. Links are sent out on Saturdays. To join the list, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Services – Sundays, 10:00 am to 11:00 am via Zoom
- Discussion – 11:05 – 11:30 am*
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