• February Food Bank Results February 11, 2019 We bagged 12,000 lbs. of apples to be given to our San Diego peers that need just a little more food. THANKS all! First-Timers, you MUST email Sara O’Hara for the Group Code in order to help in the future: sara@saraohara.com. It’s always the first Thursday of the month.
  • Fill A Belly Dinner Tuesday, March 12 February 11, 2019 On Tuesday, March 12, our fellowship will provide a Fill A Belly dinner to our homeless brethren. This is the first of four dinners we will provide in 2019. Please pass by the Happenings table to sign up to provide an entree, side dish, salad or dessert. These dinners have proven to very rewarding to ...
  • Seeking Solutions in a Polarized World February 11, 2019 Please join the group of students from across the country who are putting on a student-led open forum on Gun Violence Prevention on Friday, February 15th at Canyon Crest Academy from 5:30 to 7:30. Let us support the efforts of these young advocates for finding solutions. Location: Proscenium Theater at Canyon Crest Academy 5951 E. Village ...
  • All Fellowship Camp at de Benneville Pines February 11, 2019 If you haven’t been to our camp on Big Bear Mountain, you have a special experience awaiting you. April 5-7 we will gather to hike, create art, sing, dance, and be quiet together. Rev. Meghan will lead a workshop, as will Eberly Barnes on writing. All activities are optional and the spectacular beauty of the ...
  • Peter Sprague Trio Concert to Benefit San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy February 11, 2019 The Concert: Peter Sprague’s trio celebrates the jazz tradition of improvisation. During the concert, they will explore the music of The Beatles, Stevie Wonder, Bob Marley, Jimi Hendrix, James Taylor, and Cream from a fresh jazz perspective. The result is familiar songs delivered in a new sonic light. And just to keep the palette of ...
  • Book Clubs go to Australia! February 2, 2019 Each of our book clubs is reading a book by Liane Moriarty. Yes, her titles sound like chic lit, but this Australian novelist packs a literary punch that will keep you reading. On Monday, February 11th at 7pm we will discuss “What Alice Forgot”. A young mother loses memory of the last 10 years of her ...
  • Indivisible Monthly Call To Action – February February 2, 2019 The Supreme Court recently ruled that the Executive ban on transgender individuals serving in the military, could be reinstated, despite ongoing litigation in the lower courts. Promote the inherent worth of every person by calling your US Senators with this script: Hi. My name is . I’m ...
  • February Food Bank Volunteer Night January 28, 2019 Our next opportunity to help feed San Diego’s hungry by bagging fresh produce or packing food boxes at the San Diego Food Bank is February 7 from 6 to 8 pm. UUFSD Food Bank Volunteer Night is always the 1st Thursday of each month. For more information and to Register you MUST contact Sara O’hara for ...
  • UUFSD Quarterly Magazine “Dialogue” Has a New Look January 13, 2019 We hope you enjoy our “Winter 2019” edition of the “Dialogue” magazine. It has a new, improved look with some new features. In addition to our traditional articles, including Rev. Meghan’s Corner, Happenings, and What gives Meaning to My Life (by John Atcheson). We added sections on our Coastal Concert Series, Personal Growth and Interests ...
  • Parent Support Group at UUFSD January 13, 2019 A Parent Support Group is offered to parents of children in the UUFSD RE program – all ages. Leaders are Glenn and Barbara Bortnick, who raised their children at UUFSD. Glenn is a clinical and school psychologist, currently working with middle school students in the Vista Unified School District. Barbara has a social work ...
  • Martin Luther King Community Prayer Breakfast January 13, 2019 North San Diego County NAACP is having a Community Prayer Breakfast on Martin Luther King Day ‘ In the footsteps of a dreamer’. In solidarity with our racial justice effort, you may attend by signing up at www.nsdcnaacp.org. It will be held at QLN 1938 Avenida del Oro, Oceanside, Ca. Tickets are $35.
  • Rev. Jason Shelton, “The Faith We Sing”, Jan 25-27, 2019 at First UU January 13, 2019 Rev. Shelton (UU Nashville) will be at First UU from January 25-27, 2019 to work with our cluster congregations. You will enjoy Shelton’s enthusiasm and “Nashville vibe” (https://jasonsheltonmusic.com). He was instrumental in the creation of our teal hymnal. There will be lots of singing and sharing. While there is not charge for participation, there will ...
  • Postcarding to Curb Climate Change January 12, 2019 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 Lobby, a nonprofit and non-partisan organization, projects that if enacted, ...
  • Join Us for Lively Book Discussions January 12, 2019 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 Microbes Within Us and a Grander View of Life” by ...
  • Got Books? Donate to UUFSD! January 12, 2019 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 drop off your donations in the library or at the ...
  • Racial Justice Book Club Meets on Jan 20 January 12, 2019 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 January 12, 2019 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 a retreat on Friday evening, January 25th and all day Saturday, ...
  • Support Sanctuary Program at First UU January 12, 2019 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 have an opportunity to chat with Dr. Lederer, look at ...
  • Change for Change Update January 12, 2019 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 cards so they could communicate with loved ones. We were ...
  • January Food Bank Results January 12, 2019 We bagged 9,900 lbs. of fruit to be given to our San Diego peers that need just a little more food. THANKS all! First-Timers, you MUST email Sara O’Hara for the Group Code in order to help in the future: sara@saraohara.com. It’s always the first Thursday of the month.
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