UU 102 Announcement
The Membership Services Committee will offer a UU 102 session during the month of March. The date is to be determined by the availability of participants.
The session will be held after Sunday service here at the Fellowship and will also be available by Zoom if necessary.
Attendance at the UU 102 session is required for completion of the Path to Membership. It covers the polity of the Fellowship which honors the 5th UU principal — the right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our congregations and in society at large; information about how the Fellowship is run through committees, the Committee Coun- cil, the Board, and the Annual Congregational Meeting. We will also cover some of the history of the Fellowship.
Any who are interested should contact any member of the Membership Committee: Linda P., Kay P., Monica B., or Miranda V. Alternatively, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org Please include your name and contact information.
Read Any Good Books Lately?
Tell us about them!
The bookclub is not meeting at this time. Will update this page when the club restarts.
Save the date! Plan to join other UUFP book lovers for a Zoom BYOB: Book Talk meeting on Friday evenings, generally the 4th Friday of each month @ 7:30. See each monthly Sojourner for the date. The Sojourner is under the Member Resources tab, click on Document Libraries, and look for the latest newsletter. Share your favorite reads, socialize, and take in great reading suggestions – all in the safety of your home.
UUFP will hold a Bring Your Own Book (BYOB) event. UUFP emailed all members and friends with invitations to and instructions for connecting to this on-line book sharing event.
We hope you’ll join us! It’s a chance to tell others about your favorite (or not so favorite) reads. Book talks will be kept to no more than 5 minutes in length and should not reveal the ends of stories.
Alternatively, you might want to attend these meetings simply to hear other attendees’ recommendations. Participants are not required to speak. Just enjoy!
BECOMING A MEMBER OF UUFP
After several visits to UUFP, visitors often seek formal membership. This is accomplished with the following steps:
- Participating in two seminars we refer to somewhat light-heartedly as UU 101 and UU 102. The objective of the former is to familiarize you with UU history, theology and philosophy. The second is to learn about the mission, values and governance of UUFP specifically.
- Meeting with a church representative who explains church operations and funding and solicits a pledge of your time, talent and treasure.
- Pledging your adherence to, and support of, the UUFP bylaws by signing the membership book.