Sunday Services: Worship and Forum Planning
Working in teams, members and friends of the fellowship play a key role in developing and enriching our regular 9:00 a.m. Speaker's Forum and 11:00 a.m. Worship services on Sundays.
AUUF's weekly worship services ― 11:00 a.m. on Sunday ― involve the support of Worship Associates who help lead the program. In close coordination with the Minister, these lay leaders help plan worship service programs. They welcome the fellowship, present inspirational readings, and keep the program on time and on track. Worship Associates receive training in worship arts. Contact the Minister for more information.
Music and Choir
AUUF worship services are greatly enhanced by upbeat music and the voices of a volunteer choir. People interested in joining the choir or sharing their musical talent should contact Music Director Megan Webb by calling 248-3737 ext. 6, or find Megan after any 11:00 a.m. Sunday service.
AUUF Musicians Site (closed group - rehearsal and performance information)
Audio/Visual Support Request
Service, Forum and other event planners must request audio and visual support in advance. Support includes the projector and sound system in the Sanctuary. Please complete the AUUF Sound / Projection Request form at least one week prior to the event.
AUUF Sound / Projection Request Form (Google Doc)
Each week, the 9:00 a.m. Sunday Forum features speakers from the fellowship and the community. Speakers discuss wide range of timely and educational topics. The Forum service requires significant planning and coordination to develop topics, find suitable presenters, and invite and coordinate speakers. If you have a suggestion for future forums, contact the Forum Speaker Facilitator using the contact form at right. Please provide as much information as possible for follow up:
Possible Forum topic(s)
Why you think this topic would be of interest to the fellowship
Potential speakers for the topic
Contact information for potential speaker / presenter(s)
Your contact information for any follow up questions