Adult RE – religious education  Classes are offered throughout the year.
  • Living the Questions classes are offered every Sunday from 9:30-10:30 am in the Olin room.
  • Monthly discussion group on The Sun Magazine will meet in the Olin room at 6:00 pm on the last Tuesday of the month.
  • The Director’s Cut: Faith Development Movie Night with Alan at 6:30 on the second Wednesday evening of the month.
Children’s RE – religious education
A variety of classes are offered throughout the church year on Sundays. See the LFD section and the website.Youth Group
The YRUU High School Youth group meets each Sunday from 5-7 pm in the Steeple Room (formally called YRUU room).


Board meeting
Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month from 6:30-8:30 pm in the Olin room, and are open for all to attend. All Board reports are due on the first Monday of each month in preparation for the Board Executive meeting.

Choir is led by Music Director Kerry Morgiewicz; practices are each Wed., 7-9 pm.
Goodenuf Choir is led by Beth Caruthers; practices are on Mon., at 6 pm, Olin room.

Diversity Action Group meets on April 1, 12:30-1:30 pm in the Olin room. Contact Barbara Smith with questions at

Men’s group meets weekly on Thursdays from 12:30-1:30 pm for lunch. Meet in the Olin room except on April 5 & April 19 which you will meet in the Fellowship Hall.
Women’s group will meet on April 5 and 19; 11:30 am-1:30 pm in the Olin room. For more information, contact Bonnie Nelson at 540.588.1452.

Tai Chi (Qigong and Taijiquan class) reduces stress, increases stamina, flexibility, coordination, balance, and much more. Students learn the move sequence of the Yang family style Taijiquan and much more. Your first class is Free. Classes are held every Monday from 6-7 pm in the Fellowship Hall. Contact Alan Armstrong at


Dances of Universal Peace You are invited to join us! Dances of Universal Peace (Dances) are a universal spiritual practice.  The Dances are participatory.  We use sacred phrases and names of the Divine from many traditions with simple dances and song to foster experiences of love, peace, unity, harmony and more.  No experience is needed.  All Dances and songs are taught.  Come for all or part of the Dances.  Feel free to participate according your ability and desire.  We welcome children and youth who are able to respect the sacred space.  The practice is at times quiet and meditative while raucous and joyful at others.  We seek to cultivate and deepen our connection to the Divine.  It is hoped that our experiences of peace, love, harmony and joy (and more!) will be carried in our hearts and spread in the world.  The next Dance is April 21, 7-9 pm, UUCR Fellowship Hall.  Dances held every  third Saturday, 7-9 pm.  For more information, call Rachel at 540-556-2233 or email at

Night Owl’s meeting each Friday and Saturday night at midnight until 1 am. This is a wonderful group that helps those who have had addictions. For more information, contact Megan in the office.