Author: Emily Strauss

  • Samhain Silent Supper

    Samhain Silent Supper

    Weds. Oct 30th 6:30 – 8:00 pm at UU Fellowship Hall This ritual supper, from the Wiccan holiday of Samhain, honors dead ancestors with a potluck supper eaten in silence. This article in UUWorld describes some of the ritual’s roots. For our potluck, you are invited to bring some ‘soul food’ that may come […]

  • UUA Common Read

    Common Read 2019-20 A Common Read invites participants to read and discuss the same book in a given period of time, building community in our congregations and our movement by giving diverse people a shared experience, shared language, and a basis for deep, meaningful conversations. Each year, the Unitarian Universalist Common Read is chosen by […]

  • Small Numbers, Infinite Possibilities (Leadership training)

    This is a national training just for small congregations created by the small congregation specialists from all over the UUA.  There are four webinars and one in person meeting.  A Year of Learning and Connection for Smaller Congregations Brought to you by your Regional UUA Congregational Life Staff We know that small congregations are sharing the […]

  • Recruiting Lay Speakers

    Recruiting Lay Speakers

    First Sunday of the Month–we are recruiting lay speakers! The theme for lay speakers this year is: What sources of knowledge led to growth and transformation for you? Book, movie, story, source of knowledge, etc. (AKA: What is “scripture” to you?) How does this source inspire you, comfort you, or help you make meaning? We […]

  • Immigration Vigil

    Immigration Vigil

    The Unitarian Universalist Social Justice Committee (UUSJC) will hold an Immigration Vigil to bear witness to the injustice that is happening in ICE detention facilities on Tuesday, July 16th at 6:00 pm, on the sidewalk in front of the Klamath Falls Government Center, 305 Main St. The UUSJC invites the community of Klamath Falls to […]

  • 2019 Annual Picnic was a fun time for ages 1 to 93

    2019 Annual Picnic was a fun time for ages 1 to 93

    See more photos in the Facebook photo album. Thank you all for making it a special day at the park. 

  • UUFKC receives the Pickett Award for growth in small congregations!

    UUFKC receives the Pickett Award for growth in small congregations!

    June 4, 2019 Dear Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Klamath County, We in the Pacific Western Region are delighted to announce that your congregation has been selected to receive the Unitarian Universalist Association 2019 O. Eugene Pickett Award.  This national award is given annually to a small congregation that has made an outstanding contribution to the […]

  • Children’s Program Job Openings

    Children’s Program Job Openings

    UUFKC is seeking two qualified individuals to serve in our children’s program during the 2019-2020 school year, two hours on Sunday mornings, plus prep time. This is a paid position. Our Religious Explorations program serves children ages 4-12, nurturing a Unitarian Universalist identity, spiritual growth, a transforming faith, and vital communities of justice and love. […]

  • this I believe: chuck wells

    On Sunday May 5, Chuck Wells gave us a presentation of: This I have Come to Believe. Following is the text of that discussion. THIS I HAVE COME TO BELIEVE May 5, 2019 I have struggled and searched during my 93 years to find the beginnings, growth and the Realization that constitutes the ‘essence’ of […]

  • Education/ Transformation

    a performance project in which seven KCC students who have experienced challenges in getting a college education will be performing monologues about their experiences. There will be two performances.  The first will be in Building Seven, on the KCC campus, on Thursday, May 16th, at 5 pm. The second will be at the First Presbyterian Church, […]

  • April 2019 announcements

    RE Committee  March 9th, 7:00 pm Conference call with Grants Pass’ RE team. Contact Anya for more info Inquirer’s Class Wednesday, April 10th, 6:30 pm What is Unitarian Universalism and is it what you’re looking for? What does it mean to become a member of UUFKC? Ask these questions and more at the Inquirers’ […]

  • Annual Meeting

    Sunday, April 14th, following the service, approximately 12:00 pm. All members are invited to attend and vote on the future of their fellowship! We need a quorum of 30% of members to stay for the meeting. Agenda includes:  eating pizza! reviewing the budget! voting for board members! updating our bylaws to include a non-discrimination clause! […]