Important News for this Sunday at UU Fellowship

This Sunday at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Klamath Falls:

The Discussion at 9:30 is led by Bob Millard and requires your participation.  It will be another fun “Show and Tell” time!   This week, he suggests that the theme be “Show and Tell something that has influenced your spirituality”  – that’s pretty wide-open to interpretation.  So, bring an object, a photo, or a story – anything you’d like to share with the group!

The worship service starts at 10:30, with Sally Wells as our service leader.

The Rev. Annie Holmes of Corvallis will give the sermon.  Her topic is “Deeds Not Creeds”, which asks “what do we really know about the words Unitarian or Universalist?  Where did the words come from and why, after 200 years, are we still using them?  And who are the people who made this way of being religious a worldwide phenomenon?”  Rev. Holmes will address this fascinating history and make it come alive once again.

The social hour will follow the service, hosted by Sue Graves.  Plan to stay for coffee and refreshments!

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Klamath Falls is a welcoming congregation: 

A Welcoming Congregation is inclusive and expressive of the concerns of people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and/or queer at every level of congregational life—in worship, in program, and in social occasions—welcoming not only their presence but the unique gifts and particularities of their lives as well.

 ☮ Peace

This Sunday at UU

Hi, UU Friends!


Please join us this Sunday at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 801 Jefferson Street (St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in the annex meeting room) for 9:30 discussion and 10:30 worship service.


  9:30 – Discussion led by Zelda Langdale, on the topic:  “Our Community:  Celebrate and Accelerate”


10:30 – Worship service with Eric Jensen as service leader.  Doug Matheson will present an interactive program entitled “Plea from my Heart”,  based on an essay he authored after a significant event in his life, and congregation is invited to participate, consider, and discuss.


Refreshments and social time following the service – all are invited!


Wendy  ☮




UU this Sunday!

Please join us this Sunday for an inspiring service in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr!


Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Klamath Falls (801 Jefferson St, in the upstairs meeting room of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church)



9:30 – The pre-service discussion this week is titled “Living Simply” and will be led by Maryann Lundin.  You will find an attachment to this email with two articles which will be included in the discussion.  If you are able, please read them prior to Sunday’s discussion.


10:30 – service led by Phil Studenberg:  Please join us in honoring and celebrating the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.


Social hour to follow the service – please join us for coffee, refreshments, and fellowship.



Children’s religious program:  begins at 9:30.  Topic – the children also will be learning about and celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr.

(Child care continues through the 10:30 worship service)   

Wendy  ☮ 






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This Sunday at the UU Fellowship

Hello, UU Friends,


This Sunday at 10:30 am at Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, we will have Reverend Patt from Ashland with us:


"Letting Go and Moving Lightly"  Carrying regrets from 2014? or even longer? Are there grudges or burdens weighing on one’s heart?  Rev. Patt Herdklotz celebrates moving into the new year by reflecting on regrets, the transforming power of love and forgiveness, and the celebration of the hope of stepping into a fresh, new year.  We are invited to draw on images of grace and mercy from faith traditions and models of compassion.


The pre-service discussion at 9:30 is “Voices for Justice” led by Phil Studenberg.


Please plan to stay after the service for refreshments and a social time.  J



Wendy Millard  ☮ 






Holiday Musical Program at UU Fellowship

Hi, UU Friends,


Just a quick update / reminder about the Holiday Musical Program at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship this Sunday, starting at 10:30 am in the upstairs meeting room  of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.  (801 Jefferson St.)


We are welcoming two guest musicians, Michael Fritschi and Glenn Justus.  Mike will be playing steel guitar/dobro style and has an amazing blues voice.  Glenn will be playing harp.  The duo will be performing a variety of holiday favorites, including solos and acoustic pieces.  This will be a wonderful program for the whole family.


Babysitting is not available this Sunday, and there will be no children’s religious education program.  However, children are welcome to attend the musical program.


After the service, there will be a potluck – so please bring appetizers to share (or cookies).


Happy Holidays, everyone!


Wendy  ☮ 






Live From The Field

December 21, Sunday

9:30 Discussion Group:

Julia Jackman will lead a discussion focusing on the meanings and traditions of the Winter Solstice. (Subject to change)


10:30 Worship Service:

A Holiday Musical Program

A very special holiday music program put on by Mike Fritschi and Glenn Justus. Mike will be playing steel guitar/dobro style and has an amazing blues voice. Glenn will be playing the harp. The duo will be performing a variety of holiday favorites in various styles, including solos and acoustic pieces. Come join us in a musical celebration of the holiday season.


PLEASE NOTE: There will not be any services on December 28!!!