Pictures for the UUFSD Directory will be taken on the patio in the core area from 10 to 11 am and 12 to 12:30 pm on Sunday, January 21.
Do you know someone who is well-organized, enjoys meeting people and helping them make connections with others and in activities that nurture their spirit?
UUFSD is looking for a Membership Coordinator to help us grow and deepen our membership engagement. Current members are ineligible for paid positions on UUFSD staff, but we’d love it if members would help us find the right person for this position!
The Membership Coordinator welcomes visitors and newcomers each week and helps them navigate the path to membership and deeper engagement within our fellowship. This person will be well organized, self-motivated, and highly efficient in developing and executing programs with the Minister, Administrator, Board, and others to welcome visitors and encourage members to volunteer appropriately. S/he is enthusiastic about meeting people and helping them to find places in our congregation and is also passionate about involving congregants in activities that nurture their spirit.
Work hours are 10 hrs/week and fairly flexible. They include Sunday mornings (8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.) with one Sunday off each quarter, weekly meetings with minister and monthly staff meetings. Free childcare is available on Sunday mornings. Pay is $20/hr.
UUFSD welcomes all persons regardless of race, gender, religion or affectional orientation.
If this sounds like the right fit for someone you know, please ask them to visit the following link for the full job description, http://uufsd.org/get-involved/available-positions/, and send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
Please join us on February 23 from 7 to 10 pm in Founders Hall to watch the movie “42.”
The Racial Justice Project, an outgrowth of Beloved Conversations and the ongoing work our Fellowship is doing in the area of exploring and addressing white privilege, is pleased to announce the first of our film and book discussion events. We will be watching the movie “42”, which deals with Jackie Robinson’s integration of Major League Baseball after being a star player in the Negro Leagues. Rev. Meghan will lead what promises to be a thoughtful exploration of this topic.
LAST CALL! Do you have these tickets? Third choice is 764213, fifth choice is 459979, and sixth choice is 764185.
Saturday, January 14th is the last call for the winners of the Opportunity Drawing, held at Rev Meghan’s installation on Sunday, December 3rd. If we do not hear from you then we will do another drawing for the remaining prizes. Please text Linda Pratt at 858-735-0509.
Prizes will be distributed on the 15th. If you will not be at UUFSD, please make arrangements with Linda Pratt for pick up.
Congratulations to Rich Franzwa, Nagdeep Guri and Karen Reimus!
DRUM CIRCLE! Join the beat!
Wednesday January 17, 7-830pm
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of San Dieguito, indoors in Founders Hall
Led by Frank Lazzaro
All ages and levels welcome, no experience necessary.
Bring a drum if you have one, otherwise extra drums provided.
Join The Willage at UUFSD (“Families Helping Families”) this Saturday, Dec. 23 from 2-4 pm to wrap Christmas gifts and enjoy a hot cocoa bar. We will also have supervision on the playground for the littles — this makes it way easier than trying to wrap gifts at home on the sly! If you are a “Grannabe” who would like to spend time with the littles, you are welcome to join us. If you are wrapping, bring supplies and if you feel like it, a “no judgment” snack to share.
Making Spirits Bright
Eat, Drink, and be Merry
whether you have been Naughty or Nice,
don’t think twice,
Set your Sights on Christmas Lights
and egg nog around the Tree.
Please bring family and friends on
December 25, Christmas Day
for Christmas Day Dinner
1:00 til 4:00
Turkey and Ham served, you bring veggie, dessert or drink, please!
whether you sign up or forget to sign up in the Core Area, you are welcome.
Louise at email@example.com for questions
Twice a year members of our community open their homes, their hearts, and their kitchens to offer social gathering in exchange for donations to the Fellowship. This is your chance to make new friends, fill out your social calendar, and practice the art of generosity.
You can download a copy of the Dining for Dollar$ brochure here: 2017 D4$ Brochure
Bidding for Dining for Dollar$ opens at 10 am and closes at 12:45 pm on December 3. Any remaining slots will be available for bidding on December 10 between 10 am and 12:45 pm. Events fill up fast; so don’t miss out.
To make the process work smoothly, please consider the following:
- There will not be printed copies of this catalog. Print your own if you need one
- Bring your calendar with you to be sure you’re available for the events you sign up
- You can pay by cash, check, or credit card. The Fellowship pays a fee on credit card transactions; so we prefer checks or cash
- Make sure your purchase sheet is complete and easy to read
If you’re not available on December 3, you can have someone else bid for you by filling out and submitting a Purchase Sheet for you.
Please plan to pay when you complete your bidding. We will send email confirmations to everyone with dates, times, and contact information.
Don’t forget to download a copy of the Dining for Dollar$ brochure here: 2017 D4$ Brochure
We are looking for chefs to share their culinary talents and help raise money for the fellowship. Starting October 22nd and for the next month, you can use this link https://tinyurl.com/dining4dollars to sign up.
Sign-up sheets will also be available in the core area during gathering hour, look for Debbie Ploeser , she can answer any of your questions. You may also email her at firstname.lastname@example.org .
On December 3rd and 10th we will show case all of your offerings and the auction will begin!
The Monday evening Book Club is reading a modern novel set in the U.S. and Nigeria: Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.
We will discuss this on November 13th at 7pm in the Library at UUFSD.
The Thursday daytime Book Club is reading A Yellow Raft in Blue Water by Michael Dorris, who founded the Native American Studies Program at Dartmouth College.
Will will discuss this on November 16th at 10:30am in the Library at UUFSD.
Send questions or comments to email@example.com, or call/text Cathy Leach-Phillips at 650 224-1974.