Category: Minister

A Note From Erin

“What a difference a year makes! A year ago May we said yes to each other. A year ago May we took the bold and tender step to venture forward together. Our journey started in earnest last September at our Ingathering Service … read more.

A Note From Erin

Greetings All,

As you all know, Jud Leonard and others have been working tirelessly, with great diligence, and persistence to make it possible for us to be spiritually together even when attending our Sunday morning service in different spaces. What you may not know is that … read more.

A Note from Erin

First, let me apologize to Pat Rohan and the Membership Committee for omitting their role and importance on Sunday morning. Pat (and others I think) will be part of the welcome for everyone new and not so new on Sunday morning.

Second, correct – … read more.

A Note From Erin

Greetings All,

As our Annual Budget Drive (ABD) enters its final phase I wanted to take a moment to say thank you. Thank you to Susan Bartlett, Tom Bean and Brian Gill for stepping in and up to lead our … read more.

A Note from Erin

I want to make sure that you all take a moment to read the note that Jud Leonard, on behalf of the Lay Ministers, sent out on Monday.

As we prepare ourselves for the likelihood that the coronavirus outbreak will come to Newton, our staff and … read more.

Minister’s Discretionary Fund

This Fund exists at the heart of our common ministry. It is used throughout the year to help members of our community, both here at FUUSN and the larger community of which we are a part, find a way through difficult times. In the past … read more.

A Note from Erin

Greetings All,
With so many services between now and the first of the year, I thought it best to send out a listing so you’ll have all the information in one place. Additionally, there are two important elements of the first two services on Christmas … read more.

A Note From Erin

Last Spring the Racial Justice Ministry and R.E. Program, with leadership from the Board, made the commitment to bring “Living the Pledge to End Racism” curriculum to FUUSN. Created by members of our UU congregation in Richmond, VA. “Living the Pledge to End Racism” is … read more.