This sermon is available in the following formats:
From 10 am – 11 am during Gathering Hour and an encore after second service, if supplies last.
…grab a plate of pancakes, fruit, juice and other goodies and toppings! Hot drinks will also be served.
All inclusive requested donation $7 per adult, $3 children/youth.
We are kicking off our Sunday Brunch Program which is a FUN-draising and fellowship promoting yearlong event. There will be at least 10 brunches held this year on selected Sundays during gathering hour with encore service of brunch whenever possible after second service. Every member and friend of the fellowship can expect an invitation to participate in one of these potluck brunches to help bring food for the brunch or to help with set up or clean up on the day of the event. It’s an opportunity for fun and growing closer in fellowship with other members.
Contact Alison by email: Brunches@uufsd.org to learn how you can help this year!
Do you like to cook scrumptious dinners for a crowd or take friends on a hike? Do you have a skill you’d like to teach, like teaching grandparents how to use Instagram? Or, how about providing a service like babysitting so a couple of parents can get the night off.
These are just some of the events and services you can offer to host for Dining for Dollar$ (D4$)—the fall fundraiser for UUFSD.
How Does Dining for Dollar$ Work?
With D4$, you can host an event, you can participate in an event, or you can do both.
(1) To host an event:
• Fill out the D4$ application no later than October 30: http://uufsd.org/giving/ways-
(2) To participate in an event:
• Sign up for events and services on Sign-Up Sundays—November 6 & 13. The D4$ committee will send you a bill. Your host will contact you once you’ve paid for your event. Note: some events may have waiting lists. So, sign up for an event even if it seems completely booked because you might be able to go after all.
Dining for Dollar$ Ideas
Here are some D4$ ideas for you to consider.
• Themed dinner (ethnic food; costumes; wild women; etc)
• Cookout for families
• Cocktails and appetizers
• Picnic in a park or at the beach
• Tea and play-reading
• A day at the zoo with a picnic
• Teach how to cook your favorite recipe and then serve it
• Folk singing and feasting
• A lesson – tennis, art, knitting, gardening, social media
• Poolside luau
• Board games and dessert
• Stress relief – light food, meditation, massage, Jacuzzi
• Watch a movie or sports event with snacks or dinner
• Cupcake baking and decorating
• Poker and barbecue
• Yoga, appetizers, and wine
• Poetry reading and wine in your garden
• Stitch ‘n bitch party
• Karaoke party
If you want to host an event but can’t do the whole thing yourself, let us know and we’ll try to find you a partner(s). One goal of D4$ is to have something for people of all ages, interests, and financial abilities. Think creatively, think fun, think fellowship.
Contact Glen and Alice at stewardship@UUFSD.org or (760) 721-6327 if you have any questions.
We are so HAPPY you are considering Membership at the fellowship. Save the Date for our “New Member Workshop” for those on the Membership path. Join Rev. Meghan Cefalu, our Director of Connections Adrienne McCord and other fellowship members and leadership for this enriching, joyful learning experience. Contact the office at 858-755-9225 Adrienne for information. email@example.com. Refreshments will be served. Childcare available upon request and RSVP.
Time: 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Location: Founders Hall
Service is our Prayer activated once again! In October our outstanding crew of 25 boxed 2,160 lbs of food which will help out 720 Seniors have a better life. Thanks everyone!
All are welcome to explore your creative side. For those who have never done art ever before and for artists of all levels. Supplies will be included. There is no wrong way to do this. Muralist and fine art instructor, Linda Luisi will guide you with a fun learning experience.
Questions call Linda: 760-944-8991.
This will be right after service. Bring a snack/drink if you need to.
We invite you to attend our ‘New to UU’ Orientation on October 16th at 12:15 in the Palmer Library. Explore what UUFSD has to offer your heart and mind! If you are curious about our fellowship, interested in learning more about us please plan on attending. Refreshments will be served.
Those who are new to Unitarian Universalism typically take some time to learn about our faith and get to know us on multiple levels. Some families know immediately when they’ve found their spiritual home. In short, there is no “right” length of time to wait before joining—it’s your decision! Along the way, our goal is to provide some useful stepping stones, beginning with a UUFSD newcomer Orientation welcoming session. We look forward to seeing you!
Deepening Our Meditation: This monthly series of daylong practice of meditation allows us to be together as we increase our understanding of the path to awakening by increasing relaxation and clarity of purpose. Simply put we are letting go of tension and worry while we let our emotional patterns and habits be held in awareness. Nothing is repressed or acted out and whatever arises is compassionately experienced. Thus we are strengthened in resolve and better able to navigate our lives off of the meditation cushion. All are welcome. No experience necessary. Wear comfortable clothes, bring a lunch, and any cushions or mats for sitting and stretching out.
Silly, catchy name for a fun event. Join us! Sunday at 12:30 in Library. Communcations Committee is hosting a mini-writing workshop and brunch Sunday October 9th. All are welcome to attend. RSVPs encouraged firstname.lastname@example.org.
No communications experience necessary. We have exciting project ideas to share for this year, extra hands always appreciated!