Category: UU Fellowship

  • Sunday SERVICES; 11am

    Sunday SERVICES; 11am

    April’s Theme: AwakeningMay’s Theme: Nurturing BeautyJune’s Theme: Play UUFKC Sunday Service 2021-2022 We are now meeting 11:00-12:00 as of March 13, 2022.We will be meeting for now face to face on the second and fourth Sunday of the month at 1918 Oregon Avenue (Friends Church), downstairs, on the same side of the building as the […]

  • Aspirations by Alison: Empowering Connection with Soup for SOUUP

    Aspirations by Alison: Empowering Connection with Soup for SOUUP

    One important way of strengthening connections is by building relationships, coming together not with the goal of accomplishing work or learning something, but simply to get to know each other, to establish the friendships that will lay the foundation for coordinating our work, learning, and worship in the years to come.

  • Trans Day of Visibility Worship Draws Participants from Around the U.S. & the World

    Trans Day of Visibility Worship Draws Participants from Around the U.S. & the World

    Let us gather together for an interfaith worship service to celebrate the lives, work, dreams, and contributions of trans, non-binary and gender-nonconforming siblings in Klamath Falls and around the world.

  • Community Care Drop-in Zoom on the 2nd Saturday & 4th Wednesday

    Community Care Drop-in Zoom on the 2nd Saturday & 4th Wednesday

    Each time we meet, we’ll light a chalice, review and agree to our ground rules, get an opportunity to check in and share with the gathered community, and as time permits, we’ll share a practice you can take home with you to use in daily life to help withstand the impact of the ongoing traumas of these difficult times. Feel free to attend this group regularly or whenever you are able.

  • Aspirations by Alison: Beloved Community in Southern Oregon

    Aspirations by Alison: Beloved Community in Southern Oregon

    Above: The first meeting of the Southern Oregon UU Partnership One of the goals I held for my ministerial internship since it was only a glimmer in my eye is that we would find ways for all three of our Southern Oregon UU Partnership (SOUUP) congregations to share in worship together, worship not as in […]

  • For LGBTQ+ Community & Allies: Transgender Day of Remembrance Service, Nov 20, 7pm via Zoom

    For LGBTQ+ Community & Allies: Transgender Day of Remembrance Service, Nov 20, 7pm via Zoom

    Klamath Falls Friends Church and the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Klamath County are holding a Transgender Day of Remembrance Service (TDoR) on Friday, November 20th at 7pm. TDoR is an annual observance on November 20 that honors the memory of the transgender people whose lives were lost in acts of anti-transgender violence. We will light […]

  • Let’s start to heal from the trauma of wildfire: Zoom event 10/10 @ 10:30am

    Let’s start to heal from the trauma of wildfire: Zoom event 10/10 @ 10:30am

    You are invited to a Zoom meeting with UU Trauma Response Ministry on 10/10 at 10:30am. Advanced registration is required. If you didn’t personally experienced trauma related to the wildfires, your supportive presence can help our community begin to heal.

  • Aspirations by Alison: My first two weeks

    Aspirations by Alison: My first two weeks

    This is the first post in an occasional blog I’m calling “Aspirations” because my official title is “Aspirant” to the Unitarian Universalist Ministry. I love being an Aspirant. Our aspirations — vision of what we hope will come to pass — move us to take action for the world we want to bring into being. What are YOUR wildest aspirations for how we might bless the world in the spirit of love?

  • Our new intern minister

    Our new intern minister

    Board President Franny Howes writes: This summer, our UUFKC board was presented with a tremendous opportunity: to have a ministerial intern support us, together with the other Southern Oregon Unitarian Universalist Partnership congregations in Ashland and Grants Pass. In consultation with committee leadership and after a review of our finances, we voted in favor of this and we will be working with Alison Duren-Sutherland this coming year.

  • 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: klamathuu@gmail.com Printable Application Online Application Approximately 5 hours per week. $11/ hour. Job description below. Main Duties: Bookkeeping for Fellowship, Managing Fellowship Communication […]

  • 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. https://www.uuworld.org/articles/halloweens-ritual-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 […]