The Membership Committee is responsible for integrating new members into the Fellowship. This includes efforts to invite people to attend services, provide education about Unitarian Universalism, and explain the benefits and responsibilities of membership. (New members to the committee itself are always welcome!) for visitors and friends who want to learn more about our Fellowship
Intro to UUFVB Class:
This is an informal class held usually monthly, for visitors and friends who want to learn more about our Fellowship. Check at the Welcome Table that you see when you enter the church, or the Congressional Record newsletter, for specific dates and times. The discussion lasts about 30 minutes. No sign up is necessary unless you need childcare. If you need childcare, please let someone at the Welcome Table know the week before so it can be arranged.
Path to Membership Class:
This program is strongly encouraged for those considering membership at UUFVB. We cover such topics as a brief UU history, UU Principles and Purposes, congregational polity, ministry programs, and the benefits and responsibilities of becoming a member. It is offered several times throughout the year. Check with the Welcome Table, or contact the Membership Committee, to find out the date of the next scheduled Path Class. Childcare can be provided, with advance sign up.
Promoting New members:
The Membership Committee works to find ways to reach out to the community in search of new members who may not know about our liberal community.
To contact the membership committee, or to inquire about joining our congregation, e-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (772) 778-5880.