All men are invited to gather at IHOP near Wal-Mart on the first Thursday of each month for breakfast and fellowship. 8:30-10:30 Please join us!
Upcoming Sundays February Theme: PERSEVERANCE 2/25: Adrien and Edward Helm, guest speakers 3/4: Rev. Susan Karlson, chaplain, from Savannah
UUFB Mailing Address vs. Physical Address UUFB has TWO addresses!!! 178 Sams Point Road is our PHYSICAL address, and it is published so that visitors can locate the buildings. There is no mailbox out on the road, so we cannot receive mail through the US postal system at 178 Sams Point Road. If you mail […]
Dec. 21 HAPPY HOLIDAYS! As the season of love and warm tidings passes over us, I hope you enjoy your time with loved ones, friends, perhaps even strangers. Many people seem to wake up to the joy of caring for others at this time of year. May you be their recipient. Take time to reflect […]
ASIC Prison Ministry. In October, Ancient Sea Island Continuum began a new version of our ‘A Year and A Day’ class for a select group at the Allendale Correctional Institution, a Level 2 security prison. This class teaches the essentials of modern Paganism (distinguished from classical precedents as Neo-Paganism). The monthly course enables participants to […]
History of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Beaufort, South Carolina. On a Sunday morning in late October of the year nineteen hundred and ninety-nine a small group of people are gathered together within the Spartan walls of a building simply called The Shed, in Port Royal, South Carolina to mark the creation of a new […]
UUFB has two FB pages! Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Beaufort is the public page where one gets a sense of the type of programming offered by UUFB, and the shared values of the UUFB community. UUFB Beloved Community Forum is a carefully moderated Facebook group for members and friends to share photos, stories, community events, etc. Let’s have a […]
Notice the wheelchair space and new sign on the floor at UUFB, complete with UUFB’s chalice logo and the updated, more dynamic symbol of a person in a wheelchair! UUFB’s Welcoming Congregation Committee has designated a wheelchair space and posted the sign as part of helping UUFB to be as welcoming a community as possible. […]