UU Women's Potluck Dinner - Friday, Apr. 24, 6:30-9:00 p.m.

We have had two dinners thus far and they have been very well received, affording the opportunity for women to meet, greet, enjoy conversation​,​ and eat a delicious dinner provided by each other.

“Working as a Team: Tools for the 21st Century” – A Leadership Development Workshop To Help You Get the Job Done! - Monday, Apr. 27, 7:00-8:30 p.m. Register by April 24!

Ever feel that planning, preparing and organizing takes up too much of your group’s time and energy? We would like to introduce you to some easy-to-use tools that can simplify the necessary tasks of running a committee, a meeting or an event.


Please join us on April 27 in a practical workshop entitled “Working as a Team: Tools for the 21st Century.” Members of the UUFSB Communications Committee will provide step-by-step instructions for using some basic technological tools for sharing and working in groups. These will include: Google Docs (Google Drive), Doodle polls, Survey Monkey, Sign-up Genius, teleconferencing, and online meetings. We will provide handouts, but please be prepared to take additional notes. You may want to bring your laptop or tablet for some hands-on experience. This workshop will be useful for anyone who works as part of a team.

Please RSVP to Susan C. in the office at  or 631-751-0297 by April 24. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Colleen at .  Light refreshments will be served.

Town Hall Meeting on Proposed By-laws Changes (UUFSB Members Only) - Sunday, April 26, Noon

The Board of Trustees will introduce the recommended changes to our by-laws, to be voted on at the June 7 annual meeting. Gather in the sanctuary following the service. Please plan to attend!

humanist greenHumanist Discussion Group - Tuesday, May 5, 7:00-8:30 p.m.

 The next meeting of the Humanist Discussion Group will be on Tues. May 5 at 7:00 p.m. in the Yellow Room at the Fellowship. There are only two meetings left this religious academic year: May 5 and May 19.  At the May 5 meeting we will review the topics and issues that we have covered this academic year on Escalating Inequality and begin preparing an action item statement for the Fellowship based on our discussion group meetings this year. Our intention is to develop the statement during our May 19 meeting. All are welcome.

Click here to read more about the Humanist Discussion Group.

Grounds & Sounds Cafe - Friday, May 8, 8:00 p.m.KristenGraves

Kristen Graves, a singer/songwriter and humanitarian from Fairfield CT, serving as the current Connecticut State Troubadour and mentioned as "the new generation of folk" by the New York Times, will be performing. More details TBA.

The Grounds & Sounds Café features the best in live acoustic music in a casual, comfortable atmosphere. Enjoy gourmet coffee, pastries and desserts. Bring a bottle of wine and we’ll pour it for you (small fee) – fruit and cheese plates are available, too. The doors open and sign-up for the open mic begins 7:30, and the show begins with an open mic at 8:00 p.m. Click here to purchase tickets.

Bereavement Support Group at UUFSB – New Groups Forming Every 3 Months

The death of a loved one is considered to be the greatest stressor in life and it can take months or even years to regain balance.  Grieving people can often benefit from sharing their feelings in a safe environment with people who are not necessarily family or close friends.  UUFSB member, The Rev. Dr. Linda Anderson, is beginning a Bereavement Support Group for UUFSB members, friends, and members of the community.  The potential to benefit from a bereavement group is not limited to people who have suffered a loss in recent weeks or months, and Linda encourages anyone who has lost a loved one within the past fifteen months and struggles with grief to join the group.  The group is free to all and is designed to be helpful to people of all faiths.  Registration is required.  Please contact the office at  / 631-751-0297 or Linda Anderson at