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Sunday, April 24th service agenda

9:30 am Adult Discussion:  Racism. This topic will be continued from last week’s discussion. Wendy Millard will facilitate.
9:45 am Children’s Education: Moral Tales, from the Tapestry of Faith program.
10:30 am Service: The program will be a preview of a Roy Zimmerman show, to introduce the congregation to this liberal performer and to see if we might want to sponsor a performance here in Klamath Falls. Roy Zimmerman sings satirical songs – original songs about class warfare, creationism, same-sex marriage, guns, marijuana, abstinence, Republicans (a lot of songs about Republicans), ignorance, war and greed. The Los Angeles Times says, “Zimmerman displays a lacerating wit and keen awareness of society’s foibles that bring to mind a latter-day Tom Lehrer.”
Coffee and refreshments will be available after the service, and all are invited to stay and socialize!

Annual Meeting to be Sunday April 10

Members and friends of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Klamath County are invited to our Annual Meeting on Sunday, April 10th in the fellowship Room of Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church, 801 Jefferson Street in Klamath Falls. The meeting will follow our 10:30 morning service. Also planned is a pot luck luncheon. After all have served themselves we will begin the meeting.

There are several key items that may require some careful consideration and may take some discussion time.


12:00 Pot Luck

12:20 Call to Order – Chuck

Circulate sign in meeting sheet (with any changes in information to update our records

Approve Agenda: Any additions?

12:25 Approve Minutes of Annual Meeting 2015 – Sue


12:30 Treasurer’s Report – Anya

12:40 Board Report – Chuck

2015-2016 Pledge report to date

Fiscal Report

Estimated Balance June 30th

1. General plans for our Fellowship presence have grown over the past year out of a

recognized need to attract new members including those with children; and some

members who have been consistently supportive of keeping the present program alive are

leaving. Also, we have a new Social Media crew that are interested in publishing our

developing program to the wider community.

In order to keep our present program going and to develop a broader appeal we need

IMMEDIATE HELP in filling two primary needs:

Worship Committee (Develops service schedule; Assists service leader development;

Announces services in H&N, website, other social media etc.;

Recruits greeters and social hour hosts / hostesses)

Newsletter Editor (Develops / produces monthly newsletter for email distribution;

maintains mailing list; submits newsletter to social media coordinator)

2. Modified By-Laws were developed to supplant those developed after the fire and

somehow misplaced. They were attached to the call to Meeting in order that you could be

comfortable with them prior to a motion to approve them.

12:55 Property Proposal Recommendation – Chuck

Proposal attached in email Call to Meeting

Request Motion to Approve that will provide Board Direction to proceed.

1:15 Election of Board Members

1:20 Approval of 2016 – 2017 Budget

1:30 Approval of Agreement with Reverend Patt Herdklotz for 2016 – 2017

1:35 Pledge Campaign for Fiscal Year 2016 -2017

1:45 Any Other Business ? Adjourn

This Sunday, March 27th

Easter Sunday, March 27, 2016

9:30 am – Adult Discussion:   Eric Jensen will again lead discussion on “Future of our Fellowship”.

10:30 am – Easter Egg hunt for the children! St Paul’s Episcopal church will be hosting an Easter Egg hunt on the lawn for all children.

10:30 am – Worship Service:  Cort Cox, who is the Engagement Lead for the Blue Zones team, will be speaking to our Fellowship about the Klamath Falls Blue Zones Project, and how we as individuals and we as a Fellowship can participate in this exciting new project and lead healthier, more fulfilling lives.

There will be a social hour following the service, with coffee and refreshments.  All are invited to stay and visit!

Child Care is available!  The children’s religious education class will begin at9:45.

Sunday, Feb 6th 2016 service

This Sunday at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship:

Discussion, 9:30 am: Phil Studenberg will lead a discussion on sex trafficking, sex workers, and sexual exploitation.

Service, 10:30 am: Stan Gilbert of Klamath Behavioral Health will speak on “The State of Mental Health Services in the Klamath Basin”

There will be a social time after the service and all are invited to stay

This Sunday Feb 28th

9:30 Discussion: Sally Wells will lead a discussion on “The Basics”
10:30 Our speaker will be Phil Studenberg, who will discuss “The Real History of the War on Drugs, and New Thoughts on Addiction”.
All are invited to stay for the social time after the service, and refreshments will be served.
(Board meeting after the Service)
The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship meets at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in the adjoining annex building, upstairs.
801 Jefferson Street, downtown, two blocks northwest (behind) the old Safeway/Haggens store. Child care is available. Remember: we are collecting food for the food bank! Especially needed are peanut butter; rice; beans; canned meats and vegetables.

This Sunday, Feb 21

This Sunday, February 21st, at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Klamath County:
9:30 Discussion: Eric Jensen will moderate a discussion on the future of our UU Fellowship.
10:30 Our guest will be Holly Stork, who will give a presentation on the SMART Reading Program here in Klamath County. Refreshments following the service.
11:45 There will be a UU Voices for Justice meeting after the service. All are invited to attend.
Reminder: we are collecting food for the food bank. Always needed are peanut butter in smaller jars; rice; beans; and canned meats.

Sunday Feb 14 service

This Sunday, February 14th, at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Klamath County:
9:30 Discussion: Wendy Millard will lead a discussion on “The Sigma and the stereotypes of poverty”
10:30: Rev. Patt Herdklotz will present a sermon titled “Chinese New Year and Sensibilities”: She will reflect on the Chinese Year of the Monkey and Taoist writings, keeping the Unitarian Universalist tradition of drawing inspiration from world cultures and beliefs.
A potluck will follow the service. Please bring a dish to share. We invite all to attend!

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship meets at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in the adjoining annex building, upstairs.
801 Jefferson Street, downtown, two blocks northwest (behind) the old Safeway/Haggens store. Child care is available.