As a Fellowship, we love our home – its connection to nature, its LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification (the first gold, LEED-certified house of worship in the entire country), and its sacred space both inside and out.  We’re crowded, though, as our congregation has grown by 60% since we first moved to Burbank Road in 2005!  To accommodate our growth, we’ve expanded the parking, started two Sunday services, and tried to make our building more livable with changes that alleviate congestion.

Unfortunately, these measures only provided temporary relief, and we are still over-crowded.  Space limitations especially affect programming in the sanctuary, nursery, and RE classrooms.

On October 7, 2018, the congregation voted overwhelmingly in support of a capital campaign for the purpose of expanding the Fellowship facilities, with the first phase of money raising occurring in the fall of 2018.

As you consider your gift to this exciting opportunity, here are some helpful links with answers to frequently-asked questions and with information about how you can make and pay your pledge. Thank you in advance for contributing. Members and friends like you are what keep the UUFWC’s roots strong and help its dreams take flight!

Helpful links:

  • Frequently-Asked Questions about Project Design, Cost, and Time Table [link]

  • Frequently-Asked Questions about Giving [link]

  • How Can I Pledge and Pay My Pledge? [link]

Other questions?  Contact Peg Redinbaugh | | 330.464.3551