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Dear UUFP Members, The Board is reviewing carefully the report of Mark Ewert, stewardship consultant, to help us plan for the future. Mark provided a very useful one-page summary of his findings. We are sharing this with all. Please read this over and consider how these recommendations may apply to
theme: Responsibility Unless otherwise noted, services include sermons preached by the Rev. Andrew Clive Millard and take place on Sundays at 11:00 a.m. via Zoom. August 2: “How was it for you?” This year’s UUA General Assembly was the first to be fully virtual. Our delegates and attendees will reflect
Her voice was raspy, and it was relentless; what’s more, her talk was not leavened with the slightest bit of humor. She looked to be somewhere in her 70s. She was speaking to us, in the time of COVID, from her tidy living room somewhere out in Oklahoma, I believed.
Dear UUFP, Greetings from the Committee on Ministry! Part of each year’s General Assembly is the President’s Report. I will quote for you here a paragraph from the Reverend Susan Frederick-Grey’s President’s Report at last month’s General Assembly: ... in the midst of significant uncertainty and conflicting informing and misinformation,
Good Morning. I want you know that your Planning Committee has been busy over the past few months. Just to remind you, we are: Parker Stokes, Lin Chambers, Rebecca Wheeler, Scott Kasmire and me (Sandy Burkes-Campbell). After voting to find a new home on March 8, we began to plan
The Website Development Team (Maria Cory, Bill Sneddon, Marcy Stutzman and David Banks from WUU) has worked for several months developing a new website. The site has been designed to be engaging to newcomers as well as providing useful information to the UUFP community. We encourage you to use/review the