Building Announcement from Rev. Christina
Covid 19 Safety Plan

Sunday Service
10:00 AM Central Online

Turning of the Year by Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy, Senior Minister
Join us for our annual service of readings, songs, and ritual as we look toward the coming year and honor the births and adoptions, marriages, deaths, and other transitions from the past year within our community.
Click HERE for Worship Service Zoom Information and the Order of Service
  • Listen to past sermons HERE.
  • Watch some of our past services on our Youtube channel.
  • Currently, all religious education classes are online only. Please see the Religious Education section below for more information. See our website (here) for more information about all Religious Education classes for children and youth.

Monthly Evening Service

Wednesday, January 26 at 7:00 pm CT on Zoom
Join us for a Zoom worship service led by our Assistant Minister, Ali Peters. On the last Wednesday of each month, we will hold an informal evening service to re-center ourselves during the week, connect more deeply with one another, and hold each other in community. All are welcome! If you have questions, please reach out to Ali at Log-in information is available on the services page of our website HERE. We hope to see you there!

Adult Faith Development


January 12, 6:30 pm CT, online only
Read It Again: Picture Book Wonders with Deb Andrews
If you have a chance to read to children or remember doing so, or love hearing stories for all ages at the Fellowship, you may have walked away with a surprised feeling: “That book was not just for children. I liked it too. The author said so much in so few words, and the pictures were works of art." In this workshop, we will look at a few inspired and inspirational picture books and reflect on 1) Why they work for children and adults; 2) How the authors boiled down their messages to communicate simply and powerfully; 3) What delights and moves you about these stories, and; 4) Why it’s worth devoting a small section of your bookshelf to picture books. Click HERE for more information.

Grief Book Group: It’s OK That You’re Not OK by Megan Devine

Five Sessions: January 20, February 17, March 17, April 21, May 19 –6:00-7:30 pm CT. The first session will be on Zoom with hopes that the following sessions will be able to meet in person at the Fellowship.
Join Assistant Minister, Ali Peters, and Care Team Member, Debbie Wagner, on the third Thursday of each month starting in January as we journey with grief together using Megan Devine’s book, It’s OK That You’re Not OK. This group is a space for those who are grieving the loss of a person (no matter how long ago the loss) as well as those who would like to explore how to best support others in their grief. For the first session, we will gather together without having read any of the book.
Please email to register. Due to the sensitive nature of grief, registration will close after the first session and we ask that participants try to attend as many of the five sessions as possible. If the cost of the book is a barrier to participation, please let us know so that we can assist.


Men's Group Outing at Bubolz 

REVISED PLAN! January 23, 2022. With the news that all in-person, indoor Fellowship activities temporarily shut down this month, the Fellowship Men's Group now plans an outdoors-only event at Bubolz Nature Center. We will enjoy skiing, hiking, or snowshoeing in the morning. We will meet in the parking lot outside the Nature Center at 9:30. Although each person can ski/hike as long as he wants, we will likely be ready to leave before noon. All who identify as male in the Fellowship are welcome even if you are not a member of the Men's Group. If you might want to join us, please contact John Duffin at or Dave Vicksta at for more information or just to sign up.

Heart-to-Heart Relationship Enrichment Retreat

The Heart-to-Heart team is planning to host another weekend relationship enrichment retreat in the fall of 2022. It will take place the evening of November 4th to early afternoon on the 6th at the Daycholah Center (formerly the Pilgrim Center) in Green Lake, near Ripon.
The retreat is a great way to get in touch with yourself and your partner(s) on a deeper level. People in committed relationships - same-sex, opposite-sex, poly, married, and unmarried – who are committed to their partners and to their relationships are welcome. The retreat is led by Fellowship members Debbie Wagner & Veronica Flower, Pete Smaby & Tim Watson, and Beth & Bart De Stasio.
Click HERE for more information and HERE for the registration form. Email with questions about the retreat. Limited scholarship assistance may be available for Fellowship members. Contact Minister Ali Peters or call the Fellowship office at 920.731.0849. 11 reservations are available, so please register early!

Community Office Hours - On Hiatus

Join Rev. Christina for informal conversation over a cup of something delicious. We can just get to know each other or you can bring something you’d like to discuss—the conversation will be guided by whoever shows up! Christina will also have a bag of conversation prompts if needed, and sometimes our staff, board president, or other lay leaders will join us. Thursdays from 12:30-1:45 pm CT, and the location will rotate monthly to reach different parts of our community.

Fellowship Anti-Racism Practice

Join us as we continue our UU commitment to anti-racism and dismantling white supremacy culture.
In January we invite you to listen to the first half of an On Being with Krista Tippett episode featuring Resmaa Menakem and Robin DiAngelo (0:00-26:08). Click HERE to play the episode. While listening, ask yourself: What feels uncomfortable? Why is it uncomfortable and how can I move past that to keep going? What is new to me? How can I use this in my life? What SKILLS are helpful? Do I notice anything here that resonates with the Fellowship?
Why do we do this work? What makes it appropriate for a religious congregation? Isn't this just "political" and "social" stuff? NO! Our UU religious tradition calls us to have faith in the possibility of a world more free, fair, and filled with justice and compassion -- and that our actions are what will make that possible. The only way we can fully live our UU values is to keep learning and working. These resources, which are the same our Governing Board is exploring together in their commitment to anti-racism, will also be shared on our Anti-Racism Learning Group on Facebook, and we encourage interaction there. Watch the Scroll for future Zoom opportunities to discuss these resources!
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Justice Action Ministry

Justice Hub Webpage

The Justice Hub webpage has information about our JAMs, justice events, and opportunities here at our Fellowship and out in the community right at your fingertips any time you need it.
This week: Read more about each of these on the Justice Hub webpage
•  The 31st Annual Fox Cities Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration
•  What you can do to support the work of the Poor People’s Campaign
•  ESTHER interfaith community organizing information
•  UUA’s Side With Love offers resources at the Action Center
•  Updates on the ongoing fight for fair maps in Wisconsin
If you want to share something on the Justice Hub webpage, please do so by completing this form by Thursday to be posted when the page is updated each weekend. Submissions may be subject to staff approval and editing.

Religious Education - Children and Youth

Religious Education Sunday Class Schedule

This Sunday, January 9th, religious education class for 4K-6th grade will meet at 9:00 am CT via Zoom. The link has been sent to all families of registered children and is located at the top of our monthly RE Calendar. If you would like to register your child to receive the link, please fill out the form HERE. Contact director of religious education, Kim Hartman, with questions.

Small Groups: A great way to connect!

Join a Small Group!

All are invited to check out our Small Groups for connection and spiritual growth. The full list can be found on our website. Click on the image to learn more about our groups.

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