Rockbridge Unitarian - Universalist Fellowship 


Rockbridge Unitarian-Universalist Fellowship

P.O. Box 330

Lexington, VA

Founded: January 2008

RUUF is a

Welcoming Fellowship

For More Information

Call  540-348-6380

or EMail Click HERE


September through May RUUF meets the first and third Sundays each month and

once a month June through August

You’re a Uni-What?

RUUF Meeting Place

Old Courthouse Meeting Room

2 South Main Street

Lexington, VA

Use Rear Entrance

RUUF Gives to Rockbridge

Area Relief Association

Dec 2010 - $460

March 2011 - $415

Dec 2011 - $404

May 2012 - $495

October 2012 - $500

Dec 2013 - $528

Time to be Proactive?

Wondering what you can do to improve our ecological dilemma? Get a copy of The Better World Shopping Guide and find out which companies and their products cause the most problems. Take the guide with you and see if that brand of milk, gas, peanut butter, or cereal you’re buying is from a “corporate villain”. You can buy a copy at our next service or HERE.

Learn How a Kroger Plus Card Can Help Our Fellowship
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How would you explain Unitarian-Universalism to someone in the time it takes an elevator to move 6 floors (about 30 seconds)?  

Of course, the first step is to decide what being a UU means to you.


Click HERE to see members’ Elevator Speeches.

Many Sources of Inspiration for RUUFers

Happy Birthday RUUF !!

We Were Six Years  Old February 16th!

Review our history in:



RARA, it is particularly in need of the following items: tuna or other canned meats, whole grain cereal, fruit juice, canned fruit, peanut butter, jelly.  Donations of non-perishable items may be dropped off anytime at the RARA food pantry at 350 Spotswood Drive (the old Rescue Squad building).  Other items may be dropped off during the Pantry's open hours - 2:30 to 4:30 on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.


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Rockbridge Unitarian-Universalist Fellowship

Lexington Community Festival

Re-visiting “This I Believe”

In August members formed discussion groups to discuss their “This I Believe” statements.

More Pictures

Previous “This I Believe” Statements

How Unitarian Universalism can help us sort out our place in the animal world. Read on.

by Kimberly French


Demonizing your political opponents doesn't change anyone's mind, but empathy can. Read on.
By Doug Muder

We are returning to our “This I Believe” series. Check out what has gone before and then give your own “This I Believe” talk. Email Ellen about when to schedule it.

John Vosburgh Talks

Why We Believe in Gods

News Gazette Features 2014 New RUUF Officers

Former Members
Ellen and Chuck Ivy pay us a visit

In a study conducted in 1998, 46% of Unitarian Universalists reported that they regarded themselves as humanists. In this discussion, we will explore what it means to be a humanist, what it means to be a post-humanist, and how the UU belief system would change if we were to incorporate more post-humanist ideas.

Our speaker Leigh Kirchner explored post-humanism and the links between humans, animals and nature while getting her Master of Arts in Appalachian Studies at Appalachian State University.

We Invite You to Join Us

            October 19th at 11:00 a.m.

Meeting Place: Old Courthouse Meeting Room

2 S Main Street, Lexington - use back entrance

RUUF is a Welcoming Congregation


John Richardson attends his first service with his mother

Prior to our regular 11:00 am service we offer a period of guided silent meditation starting at 10:00 am led by Dave Brockway.