Our Core Values
Welcome to the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Waco!
Look for these symbols throughout this website to see how we are putting our Core Values to work. Read more about these here.
May 26: ‘The Humanistic Art of Spiritual Growth’ - Brian Gates
June 2: 'UU Evangelism' - Kimberly Parsons
June 9: 'The Inherent Worth & Dignity of that One Annoying Guy - Kris Cervantes
June 16: Father's Day Brunch
June 23: 'Don't Just Do Something, Sit There!' - Kris Cervantes
June 30: Summer Fun Day - Judy Shofner
July 7: 'Everything is Holy Now' - Pam Johnson
July 14: Dr. Who & UU Celebration - Kimberly Parsons
June 10 - Hunger Documentary
Attend a free Screening of “A Place at the Table” Documentary on Hunger at Baylor on June 10th.
50 million Americans exist without enough to eat in a nation with more than enough food. This is just one of the startling realities presented in “A Place at the Table,” the new documentary about food insecurity in the United States. The film raises awareness about the inexcusable poverty and hunger faced by 1/6th of our population.
The Texas Hunger Initiative will host a community viewing of A Place at the Table at the Mayborn Museum Complex, 1300 S University Parks Dr, Waco. A panel discussion will follow the film. Speakers include Matt Hess, Executive Director of World Hunger Relief, Inc, Dr. Gaynor Yancey of the Baylor University School of Social Work, and Cheryl Pooler from Waco ISD Homeless Outreach Services. These experts will speak to hunger as it is experienced locally, and will answer questions that may arise during the film.
For more information contact Shamethia Webb by phone at (254) 300-8446 or by email at Shamethia_Webb@baylor.edu.
Our Well is complete!
Our well in the Senale Community in the Tigray Region of Ethiopia has been completed!
Click here to see pictures and more information.
Dr. Who & UU
Dr. Who & UU; a UUFW camp
Please plan now for Dr. Who & UU, our Summer Camp, July 8-12, 9:00-11:30 a.m. for children ages 5-13! (Children of members whose parents are serving as volunteers and who are 3-4 may also participate.) This Dr. Who-themed experience will teach children the UU Principles and introduce them to some famous historical UUs. There will be absolutely no references to any of the scary scenarios or predatory aliens from the series. Registration is limited to 50 children so pre-register today before registration opens to the public! Materials will be available in the foyer after the service May 19. Questions? Contact Kimberly Parsons at 315.2378 or firstname.lastname@example.org.