We Are Here For You!

Our life journeys provide us with both joy and sorrow. At the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of La Crosse, we look to take care of each other in times of loss, personal crisis, or emergency. Many of us may have come to this religious community in the wake of such losses; a death in the family, divorce, job insecurity, physical or mental health challenges, or family crisis. We understand the importance of a supportive community and want you to know you are not alone in facing these challenges.

The minister and members of the Member Services Team reach out to those who are homebound, in poor health, or in crisis and provide much-needed spiritual and emotional support. We offer a chance to talk, maybe by going out for a walk. 

If you or someone you know is in need of support, there are a few avenues to find it:
You may let the congregation know through the sharing of joys and concerns during our virtual  Sunday services. Raise your hand, and when acknowledged please mention your name and briefly share your joy or concern.

You can also contact the caregiver who can offer support to those in need by sending a card, making an announcement during Joys and Concerns, and/or publicizing your status and needs via the weekly emails. Let us know the level of care you desire. You may reach the caregiver at caregiver@uulacrosse.org or Rev. Leslie Mills at minister@uulacrosse.org