The UUCE Accessibility Task Force meets every fourth Sunday at 12:45 PM, both in  our Church and on Zoom.

When there is a fifth Sunday in the month, ATF often holds hold a free public webinar on disability, access, and inclusion.

We gather together to share our stories,

not because disabled people are particularly special, but because the “normality” of our lives is not always a part of the narratives we hear.

If you support justice and inclusion for people with disabilities — whether you have a disability or not, whether you are in Eugene or not, whether you are a UUCE member or not — we invite you to join us as we celebrate the diversity and beauty of our lives. 

The Accessibility Task Force seeks to educate members and friends of the church on a variety of disability topics as well as advocate for the needs of congregants and bring about change that will make UUCE more accessible to all.

If you have accessibility needs, concerns, or questions, please phone the church office or email ATF at

You are also welcome to join our private ATF Newslist, distributed once or twice per month via email. Click here to join

More information on accessibility at UUCE

Upcoming Events

May ATF Meeting 

Sunday, May 22,  2022
12:45 pm – 1:45pm 

Our main focus will be setting our calendar and topics for webinars for the year. We want to get the best speakers for our panels, and giving them notice in advance is key! 

See the Weekly Connections or the ATF Newsletter for the Join Link.

May ATF Webinar: Invisible Disabilities with Rev. Suzanne Fast

Sunday, May 29,  2022
12:45 pm – 1:45pm 

Join Rev. Suzanne Fast for a discussion on “Invisible Disabilities,” and how understanding the concept is important to accessibility & inclusion, the Sunday of Memorial Day weekend, 29 May.

The Reverend Suzanne Fast (she/her) is a Unitarian Universalist community minister focusing on disability justice, advocacy, education, and pastoral ministry, primarily through UU Association’s EqUUal Access. She is one of the creators of the Accessibility and Inclusion Ministry Program for congregations and serves on its Coordinating Committee. Rev. Suzanne is disabled, chronically ill, and neurodivergent. She is affiliated with the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Greater Naples, Florida.