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  • Summertime and Slowing Down

    June 5, 2018 As we greet the month of June, we’re ready to celebrate summer, with its long, light filled days, and hopefully some time to relax and vacation, or even stay-cation. If you’re new to our Fellowship it’s good for you to know that June also brings the ... more...
  • 2018 Annual Meeting Voting Results and Next Year

    May 31, 2018 Hello from the Board of Trustees, The end of the Church year is almost upon us.  We are going to finish the year with many successes and in good shape for the future.  These include a balanced budget for the current 2017/18 fiscal year and a ... more...
  • Woods Working: “Appreciation”

    May 30, 2018 As the school year ends for summer, so do a lot of UU congregational activities. Though very few of us leave the halls of academia to work the fields of food stuff, this rhythm of agriculture is so deeply imbued in northern hemisphere human life ... more...
  • Announcing the 2018 UUFRC Annual Silent Auction- Saturday, October 20, 2018

    May 24, 2018 And this year, we have a very special theme- “1969”. The year when- man lands on the moon, the Summer of Love (Woodstock), The Beetles record their final album together-Abby Road, Golda Meir becomes Prime Minister of Israel, The Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) is established, ... more...
  • Sneak Peek! The Learning Journey Schedule, 2018-19

    May 24, 2018 Check out what’s planned for the Learning Journey next year! Please bear in mind that some dates may need to be changed closer to class times, but we’re hoping to keep on this schedule, so “pencil in” a class on your Google calendar and plan to ... more...
  • Book Group on Monday June 4

    May 21, 2018 Join us for a lively discussion of Ursula Leguin’s novel, The Left Hand of Darkness, on Monday, June 4 from 7:30-9 pm.  Although I am not personally a Sci-Fi fan, my book club friends tell me that I cannot miss this classic, which we are ... more...
  • Share our Sunday offering on June 3 with Planned Parenthood Mar Monte

    May 16, 2018 If you think this administration has quietly declared war on women, you are paying attention.  The White House is now considering a domestic gag rule that would force Planned Parenthood and other reproductive health providers to low-income patients to either stop discussing abortions with their patients or stop ... more...
  • CANCELLED: Hike La Honda Creek June 2, 2018

    May 16, 2018 I hate to cancel this hike again but I caught a cold earlier this week and am not recovering as fast as I hoped that I would. I am so sorry but I don’t feel hearty enough to lead a longish hike this Saturday.   On Saturday, ... more...
  • Asexuality & TV

    May 14, 2018 Asexuality is still hugely misunderstood. TV is slowly changing that. TV is gradually making room for more asexual characters — but few shows are up to the challenge. https://www.vox.com/culture/2018/3/26/16291562/asexuality-tv-history-bojack-shadowhunters-game-of-thrones more...
  • UUFRC Annual Report 2017-2018

    May 7, 2018 UUFRC Annual Report 2017-2018 _REVISED more...
  • The Bail Trap

    May 1, 2018 Are you aware that Black people, Latinos, and Native Americans are twice as likely to be stuck in jail because they can’t afford bail? Their incarceration can last weeks or even months so that they lose jobs, housing and family. Raising money for bail puts them ... more...
  • Uprooting Racism with Paul Kivel

    April 30, 2018 Please join us for an important conversation about Racism on Sunday, June 3, from 2-4:30 pm.  In this interactive forum, Paul Kivel will explore the question: How can white people work for racial justice? Expect stories, practical tools and advice to deepen solidarity and allied ... more...
  • Change of Venue! Theater of the Oppressed workshop May 6, 1 – 5pm

    April 30, 2018 OUR LOCATION HAS CHANGED! Due to a scheduling mixup, we will hold our Theatre of the Oppressed workshop on May 6 at the County Health System building in San Mateo:   Theatre of the Oppressed with Jiwon Chung Sunday, May 6, 2018, 1:00 to 5:00 PM San Mateo County ... more...
  • New Wayside Pulpit in front garden

    April 30, 2018 Many thanks to Steve Hill, Cal Sloan and John Cooney for the new, good looking Wayside Pulpit out front!   more...
  • Youth Events

    April 25, 2018 4/29 (Sun) 10:30 am – 11:30 am.  Assist with Worship Service (9th-12th grade).  Contact Derby if you would like to help. 5/6 (Sun) 10:30 am – noon.  Circle Worship (9th-12th grade).  Meet in back half of Block Room for half-hour circle worship.  We will then enjoy ... more...
  • Save the Date! Fellowship Picnic on June 10

    April 25, 2018 Please save this date for our all Fellowship Picnic at Stafford Park. We’ll celebrate the ending of the church year and everything we’ve accomplished after the service on June 10th. All are invited and the more people we have, the merrier it will be! Watch ... more...
  • May Board of Trustees

    April 24, 2018 Hello from the Board of Trustees: The big focus for the Board of Trustees (BoT) in May is our Annual General Meeting on Sunday, May 20 in the Sanctuary after services from 12:00 – 1:00.   We will be voting on several issues: •    The proposed Vision, ... more...
  • May Musings from your Connections Coordinator

    April 24, 2018   What does being a member of this Unitarian Universalist Fellowship mean? If you’ve become a member, what is it that made you decide to join? This is a deeply personal decision, one that requires thought and intention; it’s a different journey for each person. I joined ... more...
  • Annual Meeting Sunday May 20th at Noon

    April 24, 2018 We will be holding our Annual Meeting on May 20th from 12:00 noon to 1:00. Everyone is welcome, but please remember that you must be a member to vote at the meeting. Bob Holden, the Board President, will be addressing what the UUFRC By-Laws require for ... more...
  • May’s “Share the Plate” Recipient:  Insight-Out

    April 24, 2018 During the worship service on Sunday, May 6th, our collective offering will go to Insight-Out, a Bay Area non-profit organization that seeks to transform the prison system—and those living inside of it—“from the inside out.”  Advocating for a criminal justice system that focuses on effective ... more...