Monthly Archives: November 2017

from the President of the Board of Trustees, Robert Holden

Greetings from the Board of Trustees (BoT)!

Our house of worship and community is buzzing with activity and energy these days. Rev. Gretchen’s “Tree of Life” and “Listening Circles” were well attended and, at least I thought, very enlightening. I have learned more about our history … read more.

Summary of the UUFRC Board Meeting, September 26, 2017

from our Corresponding Secretary Marina Rose

In order to avoid calendar conflicts with the auction and pledge drive the rummage sale will be moved to the spring, May 11th and 12th 2018.
Tentatively set the Annual Meeting for May 20th.
Discussed the Sanctuary Congregation banner, brought to us … read more.

Rainbow Principles: Family and Youth Matters

Healthy Congregation. I recommend everyone read Sarah Gibb Millspaugh’s fabulous article in the October 2017 Unitarian Universalist Association Pacific Western Region (UUA-PWR) newsletter, titled We’re Not the Hotel California. I believe it is relevant to any congregation, but I think it is particularly relevant to us … read more.

from our Connections Coordinator, Cindy Johnson

As a congregation, we have gone through a great many changes since Reverend Julia retired in 2013 and they haven’t been easy. Now we have yet another Interim Minister, Reverend Gretchen Woods. We know this means continued change as she is with us for only … read more.

Woods Working: What UUFRC Told Me So Far . . .

It has been a busy and enlightening month here at the UU Fellowship of Redwood City. Together, many of you completed the “Tree of Life” story-telling about your history as you experience it, began “Listening Circles” to speak your truth about the impact of your … read more.