Wednesday, February 13th 6:00 pm at the UU Fellowship Hall
Join us for an all-ages extravaganza as you get to know your fellow Unitarians in a whole new way! Compete at valentine’s-themed relay races, Minute-to-Win-It games, make a craft, or just eat heart-shaped candy! Pizza dinner provided; bring a side to share, if you can! No cost.
If you are Jewish, feel free to wish me “HAPPY HANUKKAH”.
If you are Christian you can wish me, “MERRY CHRISTMAS”.
If you are African American/Canadian, wish me a, “JOYOUS KWANZAA”.
If you have no affiliation you can wish me, “HAPPY HOLIDAYS”.
Whatever the expression I’ll not be offended. It will be the thought
that you cared enough to wish me well. Whoopi Goldberg put it thus:
“We are many things”. And as David Hedelman shared: “We all are we”.
In this holiday month do keep your sense of humor, count your blessings, and GO JOLLY!!!!!
Please notify us if you know someone in the fellowship who is ill or needs some cheering up. Dawn is heading up this project, and needs more volunteers on this committee. Email her if you want to help send get-well cards, make phone calls, or otherwise provide support. email@example.com
Nominating Committee This Spring, we will have two openings on our Board of Directors. The process for selecting new board members is that a Nominating Committee, composed of three members, nominates a slate of candidates for the congregation to vote on. Would you be willing to serve on the Nominating Committee? 3 month commitment January-March. MORE INFO
Thursday, December 20th at 7:00 pm Step away from the holiday bustle and enter a time of silence, song and reflection on the Winter Solstice. The Taize style of meditation involves simple melodies repeated over and over in a prayerful way, interspersed with periods of silence. Our Taize-inspired service is open to all people regardless of your faith tradition, or no faith tradition. Join the event on Facebook
Sunday, December 16th at 9:00 am [NOTE TIME CHANGE] We are sad to announce that the Jensens are leaving Klamath Falls, but we are happy for Julie, and her new job as president of Blackburn College in Illinois! Let’s wish Eric and Julie, Madeline and Mia well as they set off on this new chapter of their lives. Join us for a farewell breakfast before service. Please bring a potluck dish to share. Kids are welcome: we’ll have a special Christmas craft activity for little ones during the farewell party.
Step away from the holiday bustle and enter a time of silence, song and reflection on the Winter Solstice.
The Taize style of meditation involves simple melodies repeated over and over in a prayerful way, interspersed with periods of silence. Our Taize-inspired service is open to all people regardless of your faith tradition, or no faith tradition.