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  • Sort Food to Help Feed the Hungry in San Mateo County

    June 29, 2018 Our UU Fellowship sends a team of volunteers to the Second Harvest Food Bank distribution at the Belmont Mosque (Yaseen Foundation) on every fourth Saturday from 7:00am to 9:30am.(If you can’t come for those hours, let John Anning know). The Mosque is at 621 Masonic Way, ... more...
  • Pacific Western Region (PWR) Call to Action

    June 26, 2018 “This is no time for a casual faith.” –Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray, UUA President Dear friends in faith, We at the Pacific Western Region of the UUA invite you to come to San Diego on July 2nd to participate in a justice action with our partner, Mijente. Our faith calls ... more...
  • Reminder: Parables for Modern Times class starts this Saturday

    June 26, 2018 We hope you can join us for the Parables for Modern Times class taught by Ellie Kilpatrick. Class will be held the next four Saturdays from 10am-12pm, in the back lounge. We know things are busy, and it’s fine if you can’t make all the sessions. The ... more...
  • Social Action Committee will not meet July 1

    June 26, 2018 The Social Action Committee will not be meeting in July.  Our next meeting will be Sunday August 5. more...
  • Do You Enjoy Sunday Coffee and Snacks? Please Volunteer!

    June 26, 2018 Most of us like the opportunity to talk with others after the Sunday service while munching on a cookie or two and drinking a cup of coffee or tea. We chat with old friends, meet new ones, and enjoy a bit of “slow time”, an ... more...
  • New Summer C-Group starting soon

    June 22, 2018 Have you been interested in joining a C-group, but have been too busy? Are you new to the fellowship and interested in getting more involved? Check out our new C-group option: A C-group that meets just for the summer. Meetings will start the last week of June, and ... more...
  • July 7 – Hike in Golden Gate Park to Hear Open-air Piano Concerts

    June 13, 2018 Saturday, July 7, we will hike from the Great Highway three miles through Golden Gate Park and into the Botanical Garden to enjoy live piano music. After eating lunch and listening to our heart’s content, we’ll return to our cars by another route. Called Flower Piano, ... more...
  • All UUFRC Read: Uprooting Racism by Paul Kivel

    June 13, 2018 Following our excellent workshop with Paul Kivel, I wondered what more we can do in the fight against Racism.  Paul’s book, Uprooting Racism: How White People Can Work for Social Justice, is an inspiring resource, very readable.  It is helping me to change my perspective ... more...
  • 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...