Kaiserslautern UU Fellowship: A Place where Religion and Reason Meet
We are a progressive religious community, radically inclusive, welcoming all. We value the free and responsible search for truth and meaning, and are guided by reason, conscience, and compassion. We encourage intellectual inquiry, foster spiritual growth, and promote social justice & environmental responsibility. We welcome you at any time and hope you can find your Faith Community with us. To learn more about Unitarian Universalism, click here.
A letter from Rev. Greg regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19):
Dear KMCUU Fellowship,
In exploring how we should best respond to the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we are taking seriously the school closings in our area, DOD recommendations, and the CDC’s warnings about large public gatherings. We especially considered the risk of harm to our most vulnerable members: those over 60 and those who are immuno-compromised.
We have made the decision to suspend all in-person events and worship services until mid-April. Our dearest hope is to re-open in time for Easter, but we just have no idea what will happen in the days and weeks to come. No one does.
We recognize that this is an unprecedented and disruptive decision which comes at a time when we are especially in need of each other’s caring presence, but we also believe that continuing to meet in person creates an unacceptable risk of contagion. In the coming days and weeks we will look for ways that we can continue to connect with each other virtually. We will worship on 2nd and 4th Sundays at 1330 on Zoom. If you have not received an email with log in information, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our virtual worship will include some, but not all, of our traditional liturgy - expect sharing of Joys and Concerns, a brief sermon, prayer, and an opportunity for fellowship via virtual coffee hour.
In the meantime, please know how loved and appreciated you are. Let us fight fear and disconnection with love and connection, even when we're apart from each other.