Sunday, May 19, 2019
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
We will hold the Annual Meeting of our Fellowship on Sunday, May 19, 2019 in the Sanctuary. We need a quorum of members to convene the meeting. Please plan to attend.
The meeting agenda, voting information, and links to the Board candidate statements and draft budget were sent in email and they are also posted in the hallway at UUFRC. The full Annual Report will be available on our website as well as at the Annual Meeting.
1 Call to Order (12:00 p.m.)
2 Opening Words and Lighting the Chalice
3 Ministerial reflections on the Year
4 Roll Call and Declaration of Quorum
5 Adoption of Agenda
6 Remarks by the President
7 Approval of Minutes from the 2018 Annual Meeting
8 Election of Members for the Board of Trustees
9 Election of Members for Committee on UU Engagement
10 Vote to dissolve Ansel Adams Reserve and transfer funds to Futures Reserve
11 Vote on the proposed Budget for 2019-2020
12 Connections Coordinator Announcement
13 Closing Words and Extinguishing the Chalice
14 Adjournment of Annual Meeting for official business (1:00 p.m.)
15 Social Action Committee – “Share the Plate” discussion and vote
16 Program Council Review and Selection of Liaisons
All are welcome to attend and participate in discussion, though only active members may vote. An active member is one who has signed the UUFRC membership book at least thirty (30) days prior to the meeting, has made a donation of record in the last twelve (12) months to UUFRC, and is otherwise in good standing.
Absentee ballots will be available to active members unable to attend the meeting and wishing to vote. If you would like an absentee ballot, you must contact the office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 650.365.6913 by May 11, 2019. If you choose to vote by absentee ballot, it must be returned by May 18 to the office or wall box in the hallway. No ballots will be given out before the meeting on May 19; please plan to attend the meeting instead. Absentee ballots do not count towards quorum, so please plan to attend. Voting by proxy is not permitted.
Our Vision: A community of spiritual growth, compassion, and justice
Our Mission: We are a welcoming and inclusive community of individuals of all ages who seek spiritual meaning, empower personal growth, build connections with our neighbors, act for justice, and inspire others to join us.
Our Covenant: We support, challenge, and inspire one another. We assume best intentions, even when we disagree, and treat each other with compassion and respect. We give generously of our time and resources to sustain this vibrant Fellowship.
Please contact the office with any questions.