Thank you to all the participants and facilitators who worked together last Saturday to draft our Covenant of Right Relations! On Saturday, January 26, 6 small groups worked to draft statements about how we each want to relate outward to each part of the community … read more.
Month: January 2019
If you are new to our Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, the activities below are easy to participate in, and don’t require large amounts of time. You are welcome to join us in any of them. More information can be found on our website, or you may … read more.
Members Tovis Page, Kaye Bonney and Thomas Atwood recently participated in a show of support for immigrants facing deportation. Read the article in the Chron about their conviction to always Side with Love:
We had a great day December 8. There were 25 UUFRC volunteers for the pre-Christmas food distribution. Special shout-outs to Bev Morgan, this was her one year anniversary of volunteering. Extra thanks to Carol Cross for gingerbread cookies, Martha Beetley for children’s books, and Chris … read more.
Gretchen Woods, Chris Stovall, Steve Hill, Beth Harrison, David Vallerga, Bob
Holden, David Zarubin and Anna Dyer.
Also attending were Tanya Webster, Derby Davidson, Alex Stagner, Solveig
Zarubin and Jennifer Bahr Davidson.
1. Tanya Webster reported on the monthly newsletter and suggested that continuing the weekly email … read more.
Six Saturdays in 2019: March 2nd, April 6th, May 4th, June 8st, August 3rd, 10am-12:30pm; September 21st, 12:30 – 3pm.
“Finding Your Spiritual Voice” was first developed and taught to members of the Live Oak UU Fellowship in Alameda (an entirely lay-led congregation) 4 years ago. … read more.
Please join us for the 2019 W&R Pacific Central District Retreat, March 7 – 10, 2019, at the Enchanted Hills Retreat Center in the hills above Napa, California. Learn more at: womenandreligionpcd.org/2019retreat/
There will be workshops, opportunities for down time, great meals, comfy accommodations, and the … read more.
I checked in with the Baylands Nature Center and they assured me that there are still plenty of birds wintering on the Bay. So we’ll try for a bird walk one more time: on Saturday, February 2, we’ll go out for a … read more.
Take a deep breath. Let it out… We made it through the Holidays. And now here we are: Ready to jump into 2019. Take another deep breath!
The world we know is both troubled and seeming to spin nearly out of control, and yet breathtakingly beautiful … read more.
Do not use any carpeted area from Monday 6am – Tuesday noon. Thanks!
Early registration for the UUA’s General Assembly in Spokane, Washington opens March 1. This is the fabulous annual celebration and business meeting for Unitarian Universalists.
UUFRC is entitled to three GA delegates to represent us either there or virtually. For more information and to apply to … read more.
Well here we are in
another new year. I hope everyone had a good holiday season because now it is
back to work. At our recent special congregational meeting we voted,
overwhelmingly, to ordain Ellie Kilpatrick, so look for details on that soon.
The board along
with the Transition Team … read more.
Hello UUFRC folks,
There are still some slots available to volunteer with friends from other faith houses the morning of Martin Luther King Day, Monday, January 21.
Projects include playground and garden improvement, singing, knitting and a couple of other open slots. Registration closes 1/13.
Here’s the … read more.
January 3, 2019
Hello UUFRC folks,
This coming Sunday, January 6, is the final Sunday to bring care items for the Peninsula Multifaith Collection for the homeless. Please bring: Toothpaste • Toothbrushes • Washcloths • Deodorant • Combs • Hand sanitizer • Sanitary napkins • Little bottles … read more.