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UU Wisdom

"A living tradition is not bequeathed through some law of inheritance; it must be earned, not without dust and heat, and not without humbling grace."
—James Luther Adams (1901–1994), minister

Services at NUUF

Worship services are held every other Sunday starting at 10:00 am at our Fellowship, located at 8625 Peggy's Lane, just off Woodruff Road, in Woodruff, Wisconsin. Children's Religious Education classes run concurrently. On alternate Sundays, adult religious education sessions are held starting at 10:00 am. Please check our calendar for upcoming presenters and topics. Click on "Directions" in the menu above to see how to get here.

Near the conclusion of most services, we provide an opportunity for those present to share their thoughts and pose questions to the minister or speaker.

Coffee hour follows each service. We invite members and guests to stay for snacks and conversation.

Potlucks and other social activities include Thanksgiving dinner and New Year's Eve. In December we have a Saturday holiday service featuring plenty of music and a meal afterward. In January we hold our annual celebration of Martin Luther King Day. We also help to serve the Community Table dinner at St. Matthias Episcopal Church in Minocqua on the 3rd Tuesday of January, May and September.

Our fellowship takes on a variety of Social Justice projects through out the year. Our peace pole proclaims "Let Peace Prevail On Earth" in various languages. We also have a Memorial Garden to honor deceased members of our congregation and their family members.

We hope to see you at our fellowship.

 
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