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Are you looking for a warm, open and welcoming environment in which you can share your search for spiritual growth? Come join us on your journey.
We are a non-dogmatic congregation. We are focused on the effects we can have on the world around us, including through social action, justice, spirituality, love and mutual understanding.
Sunday Services 10:30 AM
September 21 – A “Beloved Community” to use Dr. Martin Luther King’s term, is constantly evolving and changing. On Sunday Sept 21 we will celebrate the community we are continuously creating at FUUSS. Three speakers will share their personal stories:
“Finding My Own Foundation” by Claudia Klaver ,”The Very Most Religious Atheist” by Pamela A. Spearman and “My Personal Faith Journey” by Pam Anderegg.
September 28 – “Welcoming as Justice – Radical Hospitality” We are a welcoming and friendly group. How can we listen to the call of this world to make our welcoming friendly and just? Rev. Jennifer Hamlin-Navias
FALL APPLE PICKING YOUNG ADULT & SOCIAL JUSTICE FUUN EVENT
Saturday, September 20, 1:00 PM
Beak and Skiff Apple Orchard
Come pick apples and enjoy some fun company before the beautiful weather passes us by. All are welcome!
We invite you to pick both for yourself and some extras to donate to St. Lucy’s food pantry. We will meet at the Orchard at 1:00pm, pick apples and then have time to enjoy cider and maybe a cider doughnut near the Apple general store! Those who would like to pick for the food pantry Tina Lesley-Fox has volunteered to transport our contribution to the food pantry. All friends and family are welcome to join in.
More info about the UU Young Adults: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Syr.UUYA/
More info about First UU: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2456932512/
More info about May Memorial: https://www.facebook.com/groups/159627004063527/