TERYSON DICKERSON – TREASURER
Hello Klamath Falls UU, I am Honored to be your Treasurer. I will do my best to provide the financial information needed to expand our Fellowship.
I came from Modesto, Ca and was a member of the UU there for 11 years. I sold Scrip (Gift Cards), gathered and created groups for the Circle Dinners. I donated services for the Silent Auctions.
I moved here in November of 2017 and have been volunteering where I can while setting up my home.
DAWN ALBRIGHT – SECRETARY
I am a Native Texan, born and raised in Dallas and a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin. I worked as a newspaper reporter for several years, then as an editor at Hoover’s Online (now owned by Dun & Bradstreet), a business information publisher. Later, I was a bill analyst for the Texas Legislature and public information officer for the Texas Comptroller.
My most interesting volunteer gig was a summer in Honduras testing dairy cattle for infections. I’ve also been a Girl Scout Leader, PTA lady, and lacrosse mom. I find a lot of peace and joy in gardening. One of my favorite books: Prodigal Summer by Barbara Kingsolver.
The UU Fellowship, because I want to be around like-minded people. This photo is from Election Night 2008.
Sunday, May 20th, 2018
We will welcome Reverend Sarah Schurr as guest speaker at our regular 10:30 am worship service.
Rev. Sarah Schurr will help us look at Martin Luther King’s ideas of Beloved Community and what might help us live into those values in our Unitarian Universalist Congregations. We will explore what could be getting in our way, and what can help us thrive with compassion and generosity. Rev. Sarah Schurr is our congregation’s primary contact from the Pacific Western Region of the UUA, and specializes in supporting small and growing congregations.
All members and friends are invited to join Sarah after the service for a 90 minute mini-workshop to help build Beloved Community here in our Fellowship. This is an interactive event that is thoughtful as well as fun. We will explore and honor the inherent worth and dignity of each person as we cherish our past and walk towards our future. Everyone is welcome, including children.
Annual Congregational Meeting will be held at 12:00 pm on April 8th, 2018, in the UU Fellowship Hall at 801 Jefferson Street.
All members and friends of UUFKC are invited to attend. Only members who have signed the book may vote.
Start time: 12:00 pm
Registration of members & non-voting friends
Declaration of Quorum
Report from board Chair (Anya)
Questions and discussion of this information
Report from Treasurer (Eric)
Presentation of proposed Budget
Questions and discussion of this information
Election of board members
Nominating Committee presents slate
Any other business according to our bylaws
This concludes the business portion of the meeting.
Slideshow & Feel Good activity
End time: 1:20 pm
This Sunday, April 1, 2018, environmental writer Emma Marris will speak to us about finding nature everywhere. This month we explore the seventh UU principle, RESPECT FOR THE INTERDEPENDENT WEB OF ALL EXISTENCE OF WHICH WE ARE A PART.
Emma Marris’ book, Rambunctious Garden is an important read for anyone who cares about the environment.
Learn more at http://emmamarris.com/
Service begins at 10:30 at 801 Jefferson Street, upstairs. Anya will be service leader. There will be an easter egg hunt for kids at about 10:40, organized by the Episcopalians.
Circle Dinners are a monthly gathering of 6 people to share food and get acquainted. They can be a powerful tool for creating community in any sized congregation, and with the recent growth at UUFKC, it’s a great time to start this program!
Sign up by emailing Teryson. firstname.lastname@example.org She will put you in a group with 6 other people. You can sign up with your partner if you wish, regardless of whether your partner attends UUFKC. Deadline to Sign up is April 15
Please let Teryson know if you would be willing to be a Host. Hosts call their guests early in the month to decide who brings what. The host provides the main dish. Others bring appetizers, bread, side dishes, and dessert.
The host discusses with the group at the first dinner future dates and times. Participants learn to keep that date open. A host who wants a different date is always free to arrange it with guests.
Avoid congregational business at dinners, focusing on getting acquainted.
These dinners are a good way to bring people closer. We get to know people in ways that we cannot on Sunday morning. And it’s especially good for new people.
After meeting once a month for 6 months, participants can choose whether they’d like to participate again, and then groups will be shuffled for a new 6-month period.
Questions: contact Teryson email@example.com
Please Join Us!
The OWL program is an amazing sexuality education program that has been nationally recognized for its holistic approach.
We will be hearing from a member of the Klamath Falls medical community about the need in Klamath Falls for more sexuality education. We will also learn about the Our Whole Lives program from two trained teachers. The presentation is being hosted by the local Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Klamath County. Snacks and drinks will be provided.
The purpose of this meeting is to bring together people from different community spheres to think about and discuss the impact and importance of lifespan sexuality education.
To discuss and build excitement and momentum for the Our Whole Lives program in Klamath Falls.
Finally, to recruit for and create an Our Whole Lives program committee of interested and impactful community members.
2015 Klamath County Community Health Assessment, pg 12/13 reproductive health – http://www.healthyklamath.org/content/sites/klamath/Final_2015_Community_Health_Assessment.pdf
Our Whole Lives program – https://www.uua.org/re/owl
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Klamath County – http://www.uukfalls.org
Bring your family, neighbors and friends for an evening of cooperative games! From relay races to Pictionary to musical chairs, this event will have you laughing and making new friends.
All ages from babies to senior citizens welcome.
All families and singles welcome. We are a LGBTQ welcoming congregation.
Pizza dinner provided, bring a side dish to share.
Hosted by Anya.
Fellowship Night, December 2017
lets make some holiday crafts!
More information coming soon.
Hosted by Ruth and Polly.
Monday, October 30th, 6:00 pm
Hosted by Bird and Janelle
Movie night, Thurs, November 2nd at 6:00 pm
“The Rebel Alliance makes a risky move to steal the plans for the Death Star, setting up the epic saga to follow.”
2016. Rated PG-13
Join Unitarians and friends for a relaxing evening of entertainment. All ages welcome! We are an LGBTQ welcoming congregation.
Pizza provided; bring a side dish if you want!
Hosted by Annica and Jamie
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Fellowship Nights continue on First Thursdays every month!