Current Events

Trunken Treasures — The car boot sale will be on Saturday, June 3rd. Our sale will coincide with the Woodhurst Neighborhood sale. If you want to sell items from the parking lot, the cost is $30 for a spot. You can then sell your wares for your profit. This is one of the major fundraisers for the congregation so we encourage participation! We had lots of fun last year. You are responsible to take your unsold items home.

Potluck with the Strategic Planning Task Force — Please join us after service on June 4th for food and fellowship as we talk about the work that we’ve done on the strategic plan. Reach out to Dee Koehl for information on how to register to bring food and help around the kitchen and social hall.

The unveiling of Pillars of Hope and Justice — Join the Advocates for Racial Justice for the unveiling of this public art monument to MLK in downtown Fort Wayne, Main at Ewing, then at USF Goldstine Arts Center, on Monday, June 5th at 6pm. Learn more here.

Advocates for Racial Justice — Their meetings to plan and share thoughts and ideas about the work to be done are held on the first Wednesday of every month, via Zoom. The next meeting is scheduled for June 7th at 7pm. Please contact Rebecca Reeder for the zoom link.

Sisters Over 65 — meet the second Thursday of the month in the Choir room from 10:30 to 12 noon. Some of us go to lunch after the meeting. All are welcome. Next meeting is June 8th.

Woodhurst Garden Walk — UUCFW will once again be participating in the Woodhurst Garden Walk on June 11th from 12:30-3:00. Come and enjoy our gardens while meeting our neighbors.

General Assembly 2023 (GA)— The UUA is holding the annual meeting of the Unitarian Universalist Association in Pittsburgh, PA, June 21st-25th. Join us in-person or virtually to worship, witness, learn, connect and make policy for the association through democratic process. The General Assembly website is

Advocates for Racial Justice Summer Book Chat — Sunday, July 16th! Local author, and nationally known journalist Sharon Tubbs will do a book chat on her new work, They Got Daddy – One Family’s Reckoning with Racism and Faith. We will be selling copies of Sharon’s book at the meetinghouse on Sundays from June 11 – July 9 so you can read it before the chat.

Ice Cream Social — Save the Date for the Annual UU and Friends Ice Cream Social at the home of Terri & Danny Swim on
Saturday, August 5th at 6:30pm.

Our Scrip Program — You can buy physical or eGift Cards and help out our congregation! Wondering what Shop with Scrip is? Check out . There is also an app for our Scrip program: RaiseRight™. This mobile app makes shopping easier for your favorite gift cards. Shop more than 750 top brands using gift cards — right from your phone, from home or at the store.