Postcarding to Curb Climate Change

Sunday, January 20 from 10 – 11 am in the Core Area

Indivisible Patriots and the Environmental Justice Task Force invite you to write to your elected officials and ask them to support HR 7173, the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act of 2018. Citizen’s Climate … read more.

Join Us for Lively Book Discussions

The UUFSD Book Clubs are reading the following:

“1Q84”, by popular Japanese novelist Haruki Murakami, is set in 1984, and also some other ‘real’ place. Is it supernatural, dystopian, or just disturbing? The daytime group discusses this on Thursday, January 24th at 10am.

“I Contain Multitudes: The … read more.

Got Books? Donate to UUFSD!

The Library Committee is looking for donations of books that other UU congregants would enjoy reading to sell at our book table between and after services. We take fiction, non-fiction, young adult, and children’s books! Our proceeds will go to refinishing the library floor. Please … read more.

Racial Justice Book Club Meets on Jan 20

We will continue our deep exploration into the book, So You Want To Talk About Race, focusing on chapter eight, “The School to Prison Pipeline”. All are welcome to join but must have read the book.

When: January 20, from 12:30-2 pm
Where: Founders’ Hall

Beloved Conversations Is a UUA Racial Justice Program

BELOVED CONVERSATIONS is a UUA Racial Justice program which explores the role of race/ethnicity in individual and congregational lives. It is a spiritual journey designed to help us understand institutional racism, challenge our own beliefs, and helps us become allies.

The program begins with … read more.

Support Sanctuary Program at First UU

On January 18th, at 7pm Richard Lederer presents “An Evening of Language and Laughter” at 1st UU Church, 4190 Front Street, San Diego 92103. Proceeds from this Fun Fundraiser will benefit the Sanctuary Program to assist immigrants working their way through the courts.

You will … read more.

Change for Change Update

Thanks to everyone who has contributed their loose change to our “Change for Change” campaign. With the donations we received so far, we were able to supply our homeless brothers and sisters and families in the CRC Survivors of Domestic Violence program with Stamped Christmas … read more.