If you are overwhelmed, may you find relief. If you seek joy, may you find laughter. If you are lonely, may you find companionship. If you are hurting, may you find solace.

No matter who you are or what path led you here—welcome to this community of spiritual journeyers!

Beyond the Sharps’ War

Learn how Unitarian Universalists are called to muster the moral courage to take on the challenging times we face today.

Read more

Quest Monthly

A monthly publication that explores a particular spiritual topic. Includes sermons, poetry, reflections, prayers and meditations.

Read more

Family Quest

Our spiritual journey begins at birth and continues throughout our lives. All ages are invited to explore on the Family Quest.

Read more

Latest Facebook Posts

Did anyone attend a march today? I was sick and could not go but I am sure enjoying everyone's photos and descriptions! Please post them. ... See MoreSee Less

Posted 16 hours ago

Kerry Mueller, Casey Jonze Burkhardt and 21 others like this

View previous comments

Lee Ann LaCroix RottlerAlbuquerque! This one is my favorite :) There was an incredible turnout, even in bad weather.16 hours ago   ·  2
Elizabeth Stanley KingOutside Chicago, IL - our rally was sponsored by the city and YWCA!16 hours ago   ·  1
Alice HurleyUU Fellowship of Mountain Home was at Little Rock with banner.16 hours ago   ·  1
Sharon WylieLike, 3 million people attended a march today. :-)16 hours ago   ·  1
Jennifer Buchanan LawrenceGreenfield, MA16 hours ago   ·  1
Ann BurnsI marched in Washington DC16 hours ago   ·  3
Carie C Lince15 hours ago   ·  1
Carie C LinceI was in DC!15 hours ago   ·  1
Seasoned WeMoonMyself & my Sweet Daughter held our 'Much Peace, Much Love' signs that were made sturdy by my Sun ~ Hillsborough, North Carolina Women's March! It was noted on their fb page that they excepted 100 and saw the numbers soar to 500. Rest well, recover soon. Much Peace, Much Love. Jul~Mar13 hours ago
Lu HornerDenver! Crowd estimated at 200,000! A day full of hope and solidarity.13 hours ago   ·  2
Sara ConstantakisMy favorite sign from the march in Ann Arbor, Michigan. 11,000 strong.11 hours ago   ·  1
Nessa McCaseyI read poetry of resistance at the Grand Rapids MI Fountain Street Church Women's March event... along with other poets.14 hours ago   ·  1
Katie LopezWomen's March Philadelphia14 hours ago   ·  1
Jane Blair LaPagliaSF March13 hours ago   ·  1
Jeff BurtinUU's lead the charge in Topeka, KS.14 hours ago
Emma Lee McBrideNacogdoches, Texas2 hours ago
Kathryn HarperI was a Peace Ambassador in the San Jose march. Here's a link to my photos: www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10202278320957587.1073741845.1777854999&type=1&l=930fbf747e8 hours ago

Comment on Facebook

From Rev. Meg

"Do what you need to stay strong, precious people. Take care of your body, your heart, your mind and your home. Take care of your blessed spirit of resistance and your little bit of earth. We need each other in these days ahead."

What are you doing today to care for yourself?
... See MoreSee Less

Posted 2 days ago

View on Facebook

Church of the Larger Fellowship shared their . ... See MoreSee Less

A poem for these times from the Rev. Lynn Ungar Breathe, said the wind. How can I breathe at a time like this, when the air is full of the smoke of burning tires, burning lives? Just breathe, the wind insisted. Easy for you to say, if the weight of injustice is not wrapped around your throat, cutting off all air. I need you to breathe. I need you to breathe. Don’t tell me to be calm when there are so many reasons to be angry, so much cause for despair! I didn’t say to be calm, said the wind, I said to breathe. We’re going to need a lot of air to make this hurricane together. Learn more at www.questformeaning.org

Posted 2 days ago

View on Facebook

Amy Wallace, Kortney Kropp and 23 others like this

Danielle Tierney TranterI'm finding hope knowing that the new president was not and is not supported by the majority. His is an accidental ascendancy and he and the GOP are a dying breed. I take comfort knowing that the majority of us believe the way forward is with a shared humanity focused on equality, human rights, cooperation, sustainable living and non-violence. It is our only hope and we are up to the task of building that future.2 days ago   ·  8
Seasoned WeMoonAse'2 days ago   ·  1
Barb Kindle ForrestLove!2 days ago   ·  1
Al SatherKeep your eye on the prize, hold on, hold on12 hours ago
Cindy Puma GonsiewskiThank you! Tears2 days ago

Comment on Facebook

Today, #CLFConnects with a cry for justice from a different era. Nikki Giovanni, a gifted poet in her own right, reads Langston Hughes' poem, "Let America Be America Again." Giovanni does a great job of framing this poem and its intent as well. On this, the last day of Barack Obama's U.S. presidency, let us all reflect on those values and ideals that truly make America great, values shared by many around the world, and rededicate ourselves to drawing ever wider the circles of justice in our respective communities, regardless of geography and national identity. ... See MoreSee Less

Nikki Giovanni reads Langston Hughes's "Let America Be America Again" at "Something to Hide: Writers and Artists Against The Surveillance State," Miami Book ...

Posted 3 days ago

Follow CLF on Twitter

Upcoming Events

Sun 22

Sunday Worship Service

Jan 22 @ 8:00 PM EST - 9:00 PM EST
Mon 23

Monday Worship Service

Jan 23 @ 2:00 PM EST - 3:00 PM EST
Tue 24

Covenant Group for White Folks Raising Children of Color

Jan 24 @ 12:00 PM EST - 1:00 PM EST
Tue 24

White Folks Raising Children of Color

Jan 24 @ 1:00 PM EST - 2:30 PM EST
Tue 24

Seminarians Covenant Group

Jan 24 @ 6:00 PM EST - 7:00 PM EST

Latest Updates

  • 167: Black Lives of UUJanuary 20, 2017 - 3:23 PM EST

    Leslie Mac and Lena K. Gardner join The VUU from the Black Lives of UU organizing collective. We talk about assumptions around authority, decentering whiteness, humility and the need for liberal white folks to first do the work within and not expect kudos for not voting for Trump.

  • 166: The Religious Right with Peter MontgomeryJanuary 13, 2017 - 5:32 PM EST

    The VUU talks with Peter Montgomery about religion and politics, the global impact of the religious right, the religiosity behind fascism, and the countering power of the arts and beauty. Peter is a writer who has studied religious conservatives for close to two decades. In this past presidential campaign, he attended the GOP Convention and a number of Trump rallies. Visit https://youtu.be/5DRn2XN2BH4 for resources mentioned in this episode.

  • 165: Immigration and the New Sanctuary Movement with Katia HansenJanuary 11, 2017 - 2:46 AM EST

    Our guest is Katia Hansen, President/CEO of UURISE. We talk about congregational support for immigration justice including providing sanctuary, the importance of becoming a coalition partner, immigration services her organization provides, and general concerns going into the new Trump administration. Visit https://youtu.be/uYOHvya4gdE for resources mentioned in this episode.

Newsletter Signup

Get a weekly email that includes a message from Rev. Meg Riley (senior minister), news, announcements and events.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
© Copyright Church of the Larger Fellowship. CLF is funded in part by the Unitarian Universalist Funding Panel, the Unitarian Universalist Veatch Program at Shelter Rock, and primarily by the generous gifts of donors like you!