Join us to launch our letter writing campaign for 2024 with snacks and coffee in the Social Hall on Sunday March 10 at 1:45pm after the Social Action Lunch. We’ll write letters together, help you get started, and answer questions. You can get started on your own by signing up with Vote Forward (https://votefwd.org/). They’ll provide addresses and letter templates. Critical elections are decided by tiny margins and our letters can make a difference!
It’s almost time for the second block of the Spiritual Practices Workshop! You DO NOT NEED TO HAVE TAKEN PART 1 of the Spiritual Practices series to participate in and benefit from part 2 of this series!
This 6-session series will help participants develop regular disciplines of the spirit – practices that help us connect with the sacred. This series affirms religious diversity while seeking unity in our communal quest for meaning and wholeness. Each session offers a forum for learning, sharing, and growth that can enrich our personal faith journeys.
In part 1 of this series, we explored potential daily practices to which one might choose to commit. For part 2, join Skyla King-Christison on Monday evenings, April 1st through May 6th, from 6 to 7 pm in Room 7 as we explore the topics of creating a sabbath, the art of hospitality and belonging, work and service, spiritual retreat, life as a spiritual practice, and pilgrimage.
Please register for this workshop using this form.
Monthly, Second Saturdays
Gather with other UU families for a time of songs, fun and food. Pancakes, milk, and juice will be provided. Bring a favorite topping to share!
Please note that families of all configurations are welcome here! If your child isn’t with you on pancake weekend and you have the desire to connect with other parents in our community, you are most welcome to come join the fun in the absence of your kiddos.
Chalice lighting & Music time (bring your instruments!)
Pancakes (bring your favorite topping!)
Please RSVP so we know how many folx to expect; also, this will allow us to notify you if the program is cancelled for any reason.
UUFC has been participating in the Adopt-A-Highway litter pick up program for over 30 years! The Adopt-A-Highway program provides an opportunity for volunteers to clean up litter and remove noxious weeds along state highways. Activities may also include graffiti removal and maintenance of existing landscaped areas.
Questions: contact Scott Bruslind
Bob Oz’s Brigade- UUFC Litter Pickup
Join other enthusiastic volunteers on Saturday, March 30th 2024, from 9:00 – 12:00. Meet in the parking lot of Bimart on 53rd st.
Please RSVP at the link below.
Tickets are now available for the 2024 Justice Theatre production at the UUFC! All proceeds benefit the Mid-Willamette Trans Support Network. Reserve tickets
Have you seen Origin, the new Ava DuVernay film, now showing in theaters near us? This outstanding movie centers on Pulitzer Prize winning author, Isabel Wilkerson. EDI, your Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion team invites you to join us, 7-8:30 PM, Thursday, February 29th, when we’ll explore our responses to Origin and the work of Isabel Wilkerson. Contact Elona Meyer for more information and the Zoom link.
An Action Lunch is a light lunch provided by volunteers, after a Sunday service, usually to support some aspect of our justice and outreach work. We haven’t had one in a long time, until now! The Immigrant and Refugee Support Team is putting on an Action Lunch on March 10 to raise funds to support our asylum seekers from El Salvador. Are you able to prepare a vegan teriyaki stir fry to feed 35? (Ingredients supplied) Let Nancy Kyle know: firstname.lastname@example.org