At the Fellowship we foster spiritual growth, care for each other, protect and preserve the earth, and work for peace and justice. We invite you to visit and see for yourself what we are all about.
We are at 4055 Robinhood Road, near Shattalon Drive, in Winston-Salem. Please park in the visitors spaces in front of the building.
Our Sunday Schedule
9:00 am - 10:00 pm: AWAKE Service * <suspended for the summer>
11:00 am - 12:00 pm: Traditional Worship Service * <10:30am now through Labor Day weekend>
11:00 am - 12:00 pm: Religious Education Classes for Youth (begin in service)
9:00 am - 12:15 pm: Nursery
9:15 am - 10:30 am: The Forum - Adult Education
9:15 am - 10:30 am: Explorations - Adult Education
* single service at 10:30am from mid-May through Labor Day weekend; the rest of the year we have two services at 9am and 11am
Parking spaces are available for those with disabilities on both the right and the left just past the front door. We are accessible to those with limited mobility and we have special headphones for those who need hearing assistance.
We Will Greet You
We have greeters at the door on Sunday mornings to direct you where to go and answer any questions you have about the Fellowship. Please complete a green Connections Card so we can send you more information and keep in touch. And plan to stay for a few minutes after the service for a cup of tea or coffee and to meet some of our members.
Children are Welcome, Too
Children are welcome to attend the Worship Service, join an age-appropriate religious education class, or stay in the nursery. Learn more.
"New Here" Gatherings
Every Sunday, the Membership Committee hosts informal newcomer gatherings after each worship service. The purpose is to meet the minister and a few other members, get some quick questions answered, and get to know each other. Drinks and light snacks provided. Meet in the Welcome Room after the service.
Pathways to Belonging, Workshop for Newcomers
Next class: July 22, 2017
Pathways to Belonging is a class in which newcomers and prospective members can find out more about Unitarian Universalism and each other. The classes are small so that lots of questions can be explored and people can get to know each other. Rev. Lisa Schwartz leads the discussion, and several long-term members are always on hand to answer questions, give tours of the Fellowship campus, and serve some tasty food. Childcare is provided. Class size is limited. To reserve a spot in the next Pathways to Belonging session, register here.
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