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Regular Activities

Annual Events

Regular Events


Marshall Voit
UUFSD has a choir under the capable leadership of Marshall Voit. The choir performs every other Sunday and on special occasions. Rehearsal is on Thursday, 7-9 pm in Founders Hall. Our choir always welcomes new voices.
Contact: Marshal Voit at

Book Club

The Book Club meets the second Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the UUFSD library. We notify readers of the books that will be discussed in the Newsletter or you can contact Cathy. Anyone who reads the selected book is welcome. We have a NEW daytime book club that meets on Thursday at 10:00 am.
Contact: Cathy Leach-Phillips at

Men’s Group

About_us_Richard_MacdonaldThe focus of UUFSD’s men’s groups is to build friendship, connection, support, self-awareness, and communications skills through authentic sharing. Anyone interested in learning more about these groups should contact the groups’ coordinator, Richard Macdonald, at

Facilitator for A group (2nd & 4th Wednesdays) is Chris Byrnes.


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Facilitator for B group (2nd & 4th Tuesdays) is John Sherman.

Contact: Richard, Chris, and John at

Sunday Morning Discussion Group

This group meets on Sunday from 8:45 to 9:45 AM in the Patio area or Library. The group is open to anyone. Discussions range from current events, religious, philosophical, political musings and more. All are welcome.
Contact: Larry Jones at

Women’s Group

The WOW (Women of the World) discussion group meets on the 2nd & 4th Wednesdays of the month (12:00 – 1:30 PM). A member of the group hosts each meeting. That host chooses the subject for discussion. The group usually has lunch together at the host’s home, a restaurant or UUFSD Library and occasionally takes a “field trip” together. New members are welcome.

Young Adults

The Young Adult Group is a gathering for folks between 18 and 35-ish. Our group is a place to form friendships, discuss serious and trivial matters, get involved in the community, and goof around. On the first Sunday of each month, we meet in the Core Area around 12:15 pm, right after the 11:00 am service, then choose a nearby restaurant and gather there for an hour or so of fellowship over lunch. We look forward to getting to know you better!
Contact: Hannah Carey at or

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Annual Events

Annual All Fellowship Weekend at de Benneville Pines

This weekend (usually the first weekend in April) is open to everyone at the Fellowship, singles, couples, families, members, friends, visitors, and anyone else who is interested in having fun and getting better acquainted with each other. There are workshops, craft projects, games, hiking, dancing, singing, and 5 great meals. Camp de Benneville Pines is located in the San Bernardino Mountains, about 35 miles this side of Big Bear. The rustic, yet heated, cabins have modern bath facilities and bunk beds. More information about the camp can be found at

Contact: Betsy Gilpin and Christie Turner at

An All Fellowship Campout at Mount Laguna – Memorial Day and the Fourth of July weekends

Each year we reserve campsites at Mt. Laguna for the Memorial Day and Fourth of July weekends. Enthusiastic campers sign up their families to participate. Some folks arrive on the Friday night and others on Saturday. We leave on Monday afternoon. On Saturdays, we organize a community meal and variety show – a fun and wonderful way to celebrate each other. Other meals are on a family basis, but don’t be surprised if a couple of kids eat with you instead of their own families.  There are some really nice hikes right from camp. Mountain bikes are good.  Kids bring a variety of board games. Campfires and singing are part of the fun.

Contact:   Patricia Cofré-Stone at

Dia de los Muertos

We share the traditions of this ancient Mexican holiday which celebrates life by embracing the truth of death and inviting spirits back to earth for a party. Members and visitors are invited to participate in this interactive celebratory service by bringing momentos, thoughts, pictures, and/or favorite items of a dead friend or loved one whose life you wish to celebrate. We have a communal altar/ofrenda, and a chance to light a candle and share a brief remembrance.

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