Unitarian Universalism and social justice go hand-in-glove. Here are our primary community projects at this time.
At the UUFMC, the second Sunday of every month is Community Sunday, a day in which we pass a second plate to collect donations for community organizations, collect nonperishable foods for food pantries, and have a congregational potluck. The four organizations selected for the 19/10 year by UUFMC members at their annual meeting are: Hospice, Kentuckians for the Commonwealth, Planned Parenthood, and Meals on Wheels.
LOCAL FOOD PANTRIES
Every Sunday, members of our congregation bring nonperishable foods and personal care items to the service to add tour ongoing collection of supplies for local food banks. We make a special effort to do so on Community Sundays, which are the second Sundays of every month.
Every summer, the UUFMC gives back by replacing a Sunday service with a day for cleaning a local creek of the trash and other human debris that collects in our local watershed.