Sunday, December 11, 2016
The State of the Fellowship or ‘As the Chalice Burns’
Ruth will lead a discussion about our own UU Fellowship of the Rappahannock. Where we have been? Where are we today? What lies in our future? Ruth will discuss her reflections on her first year as President of the UUFR-VA Board of Stewards, her attempts to stay true to UU principles while engaging in UU business, share her enthusiasm about the current activities of the fellowship, and discuss her perception of the challenges of the years ahead. Everyone is invited and encouraged to attend the Annual Business Meeting which will be held immediately following the service.
Ruth Micklem is employed with The Haven Shelter and Services, in Warsaw, VA, as the Program Director, where she oversees all of their direct service and prevention programs for The Haven. In addition to overseeing programming, she works in five rural counties to coordinate the Community Response to Sexual and Domestic Violence. Ruth makes her home with her partner of 27 years, Kristi, and their four dogs, three cats, two goats and nine chickens. Most of Ruth’s free time is spent with her five beautiful grandchildren and four grown children. Ruth also serves as President of the Board of Stewards for the UUFR-VA in her home of White Stone, VA.
Sunday Services are held at
Sunday Morning Meditation is from 9:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
366 James Wharf Road
White Stone, VA
Click Here to View the Birth of the Fellowship's Home
Click Here to View Paths of Remembrance Memorial Area installation
Dec 16- UU Ladies' Luncheon, Kilmarnock Inn
Dec 18- Christmas Party
Dec 26 - River Readers
Visit Walmsley Website
View 'Imagining Our Future and Making It a Reality'
View CBS News video on 'Religion and Spirituality in a Changing Society'
View the UU World article on UUFR-VA
UUFR-VA is proud to be a Welcoming Congregation. We are committed to the inclusion of every person. All are welcome here without regard to race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation or economic status.