Welcome to RVUUF

stained_glassWe welcome you to our weekly Worship Service, each Sunday morning at the Rogue Valley Unitarian Universalist (UU) Fellowship, located at 87 Fourth St. in Ashland. Gathering music begins at 10:25 a.m. and the service starts at 10:30 a.m.

Our Religious Explorations program for children and youth is offered during the service, including nursery care for toddlers and infants. Afterwards we offer coffee and tea with social time, allowing you to meet and greet each other as we build Beloved Community together.

May 8, 2016

Rev. White will speak about the tradition of Mothers Day and the role of Julia Ward Howe who called for a day of peace in the midst of war. The sermon title is “Mothers Peace Day.” Following this service is a congregational informational meeting.


 JUSTICE, EQUITY and COMPASSION in HUMAN RELATIONS…..

Rev. Nan L. White….is one of the seven Principles of Unitarian Universalism that this liberating congregation strives toward in our relationships with each other and as we move about in the world. We offer you a sense of belonging and welcome on your search for truth and meaning. We are intentionally inclusive, embracing and appreciating people of every age, race, culture, gender, sexual orientation, ability and economic circumstance.

Please join us and engage with us on Sunday mornings.

Rainbow bars fan out on either side of the Unitarian Universalist logo. Beneath them is the caption, 'LGBTQ Welcoming Congregation.'

RVUUF has been recognized by the Unitarian Universalist Association as a Welcoming Congregation.

Accessibility
The front entrance to RVUUF’s main building and the doors to the Great Hall have level thresholds. The front entrance to Emerson House (next door to the main building) is ramped. Greeters are present at the start of services on Sunday mornings. Curb-side parking directly in front of RVUUF is kept clear for passenger drop-offs and there is a curb-cut on the corner of C and Fourth streets next to RVUUF’s side yard. Inside the main building, the restrooms, library, board meeting room, classrooms and administrative offices all have level thresholds, and the restrooms include stalls that are wheelchair accessible. Our congregation promotes the wearing of name tags. Assisted listening receivers and large-print programs are available at the welcome table.