Rev. Parisa Parsa How are we transformed by generosity? What conditions need to be present in us and in our community to help us realize the potential future we have together? This morning we launch the annual budget drive with story, song and celebration. Join us!
The monthly meeting of the Reparations Task Force/RJM will be Sunday, March 3rd, after service in the Children’s Chapel. All welcome. We will be planning for Carl McCargo’s rescheduled reparations presentation on March 10th as well mapping out spring priorities. Contact Jean Smith or Linda Lancz.
Once a month between October through May for two hours, youth in 7th grade and older together with adults are invited to participate in an exploration of all eight UU principles through photography, creative writing, fine art, collage, digital art, and sculpting. Members of our Racial Justice Ministry team will be facilitating this program.
First Mondays from 2:30-3:30 via Zoom
We are ready to offer our new format for Small Group Ministries called Soul Matters! Our facilitators have been trained and are ready to guide each group. Participation in this group requires a commitment to attend the first session. This ensures that members of each small group are on the same page regarding the covenant […]
Barbara Deck and Christopher Krebs invite you to consider joining our next Living the Pledge to End Racism workshop series starting on February 27th. The Living the Pledge workshop involves six two-hour virtual sessions all on Zoom spread over 6 weeks. It is customized as an intimate small group experience for FUUSN folks and others […]
In this six-session series led by Rev. Parisa and Devin Shmueli, we will explore especially the stories in Genesis that appear in the scriptures of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. We'll begin with an conversation about what the Bible means for Unitarian Universalists, as well as how to engage the texts and translations, and then dive […]