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  • White Fragility book Group

    White Fragility book Group

    Book Group: White Fragility: Why Its So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism by Robin DiangeloMany of our members have expressed interest in reading and discussing this book over the summer as we work to become anti-racist. The meetings will happen via Zoom. Meeting links will be sent the week of the meeting. […]

  • Job opening: office manager

    Job opening: office manager

    UUFKC is seeking a qualified individual to serve as the office manager for our growing fellowship. Please send your completed application and resume to PO box 391, Klamath Falls, OR 97601. Questions: Printable Application Online Application Approximately 5 hours per week. $11/ hour. Job description below. Main Duties: Bookkeeping for Fellowship, Managing Fellowship Communication […]

  • Equinox, the ancestors, and difficult times

    Equinox, the ancestors, and difficult times

    Sunday Worship video for March 22, 2020. Hosted by Franny Howes and Nac Payne. Run time: 6 minutes. Grab a cup of coffee and carve out a moment to be present with us this weekend, from the sanctity of your own couch!

  • Interdependence in the midst of a pandemic

    Interdependence in the midst of a pandemic

    Grab a cup of coffee and enjoy this 20 minute worship video from the comfort of your own couch! A presentation by Courtney about our Interdependence during this pandemic.

  • “A Work In Progress: Interview with Anya Kawka”

    “A Work In Progress: Interview with Anya Kawka”

    By Carol Imani When I asked Anya Kawka if she would be my next subject for an interview she tried to persuade me to choose someone else. “Everyone knows who I am, so I think it would be better for you to talk to one of our newer members” she said.  I didn’t agree.  I […]

  • Church Chronicles March 2019

    In an early 2019 email I read of a book by Jack Kornfield*, After the Ecstasy, the Laundry.   (Ain’t that the truth! )  “…after even the most cosmic and profound  experience, we go back to our daily lives and tend to our chickens or children, or paperwork”  (or all the above). Recently, UU Church of […]

  • UU Interview: Eddie Sackinger

    UU Interview: Eddie Sackinger

    Cuddle Puddles, Cluster Cons and Embedded Systems Eddy Sackinger says that he has a “vivid memory” of leading a meeting of YIC and YAC from a “cuddle puddle” and “I very much miss it.” “Oh,” I said, feeling totally clueless, until he explained that a “cuddle puddle” was a bunch of kids lying on the […]

  • Julia Jackman: Immediacy and connection

    Julia Jackman: Immediacy and connection

    As someone who has been involved with the Klamath UU Fellowship for many years, I’ve known Julia Jackman for a long time.  But interviewing her for our newsletter turned out to be a joy as I realized that, in a sense, I’ve hardly known Julia at all and was so pleased to be getting better […]

  • Talking with Chuck Wells

    This is the first of an ongoing series of interviews with members of our fellowship. Each month a new one will appear in the newsletter.  It’s an effort to help us to get to know one another better. Comments are welcome.  – Carol Imani As long as I’ve been coming to services at the fellowship, […]

  • Archives JanUary 2019

    For my December 9th program,”We never hide from history, we MAKE history”, (Sen. John McCain), I had a lovely closing, from Spring UU WORLD-2014, a piece by Indian poet, Rabindranath Tagore, a Nobel Prize for Literature winner. When finalizing preparation for that Sunday, I concluded no way could I end by reading it aloud. Please […]

  • November 2018 archives

                            NOVEMBER 2018 ARCHIVES The 2018 Spirit Awards have lovingly been presented.  In June the Rev. Patt Herdklotz received hers, followed in October by our own Eric Jensen, and UU/Community friends Paula and Dwight Long. Our member Scott Wagner was remembered September 22nd by KF family and friends.  In October first-responders in Santa Clara County, CA […]

  • Peace Pole Re-Dedication

    Peace Pole Re-Dedication

    Peace Pole Re-Dedication Ceremony September 23rd, 10:00 am  The simple ceremony will include blessings from multiple faith traditions and cultures, singing, and is open to the public.  Regular Sunday Service at 10:30 follows.   A Peace Pole is the simplest of monuments – a wood pole with the words “May Peace Prevail on Earth” inscribed […]