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The Unitarian Universalist Women’s Federation of the Brazos Valley

The UUWF of the Brazos Valley is an organization that advances justice for women and promotes the spiritual, social and educational life of its members.  It strives to be an ever increasing force for good in our community. The UUWF of BV has been an active part of the UUCBV church since March 1, 1989.

Meetings are held on the third Sunday of each month following the worship service at noon.  

As an organization, the UUWF supports its mission to advance social justice for women by supporting Habitat for Humanity, Family Promise, Hope’s Locker, and the Brazos Valley Food Bank to mention a few. 

Through the years, the UUWF has made contributions to the minister’s discretionary fund and purchased items to enhance congregational activities. 

The annual spring retreat to Camp Allen in Navasota, Texas is a highlight of the year.  Women gather on a Friday evening and enjoy a weekend of fellowship, fun, food and a program that never disappoints. 

If you are looking for a meaningful way to unite with UU women, join us. 

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Below are our newest UUWF blog posts.

Unitarian Universalist Women's Federation Blog

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Meet Our Minister

The Rev. Christian Schmidt is our interim minister, and first became a Unitarian Universalist in this congregation where he was an active member from 2006-2009. He has since served congregations in Massachusetts, New Jersey, and California. His interests include his family (including four little boys he and his wife are raising), sports, and theology.