Support UUFSD and make sense of the latest nutrition news as it applies to your own health “issues.” You can experience Vicky’s Rancho La Puerta nutrition talks right here at UUFSD for a fraction of the cost of a trip to this historic spa … read more.
UUFSD News and Announcements
Affirm the inherent worth and dignity of every person by opposing the indefinite detention of migrant families. Call your US Representative with this script:
Hi. My name is [NAME] and I am a constituent from [CITY, ZIP CODE]. I’m calling to ask Representative [NAME] to oppose … read more.
Our process of reflection and discernment includes “Beyond Categorical Thinking,” a 3-hour seminar sponsored by the UUA and your Search Committee. It’s designed for everyone in the congregation to attend, because we are all involved in the search process. The goal is to promote inclusive … read more.
The novel The House of Broken Angels by Luis Alberto Urrea is the focus of the Thursday morning group, meeting at 10 am on September 19th in the Palmer Library. Entertaining and intimate, this book follows an extended Mexican-American family as they gather in San … read more.
Dear Beloved Fellowship,
I hope you will all give some thought to joining the choir. Singing in a group is a deeply satisfying experience. You blend your most personal instrument with others to make something beautiful that you couldn’t have made alone. This is a strong … read more.
The Ministerial Search Committee was approved at the June 23rd congregational meeting, and since then we’ve been learning about each other’s strengths and weaknesses, familiarizing ourselves with UUA’s search process, and getting UUFSD into UUA’s system. That, of course, means holding meetings and filling out … read more.
Plant sales are credited to the 2019 auction, and prices are at about one-third of retail. Plants are garden hardy and guaranteed to do well. Most are succulents, but there are a few others. The nursery will be open from Sept 29th to Oct 6th. … read more.
Come and get your Glow On!!! Bring the children and children of all ages to have a dance party in Fellowship Hall. There will be lots of glow sticks to make this an amazing end of the summer event! There will be nibbles and conversation … read more.
The Monday evening Book Club will meet at 7pm on August 12th, discussing News of the World by Paulette Jiles. This well-researched, poetic, yet unsentimental novel follows a man returning a child to her family. She has been “rescued” from the Kiowa Indians after living … read more.