If you are looking for a spiritual home here in North San Diego County, Palomar Unitarian Universalist Fellowship has a lot to offer both the heart and the mind. Start with engaging and thought provoking worship, religious education for both adults and children, opportunities for social action, and top it off with a community of caring, curious and compassionate people.
We invite you to learn more about what makes this Unitarian Universalist congregation such an important part of the lives of its members. Please join us for our Sunday service and other congregational events that appeal to you. We look forward to meeting you.
A Movement Moment
Sunday, October 11, 2015 at 9:30 am and 11:00 am
Rev. Dr. Beth Johnson
We are in a time of great opportunity to join in the next civil rights movement of our time. We affirm Black Lives Matter and consider what our role might be in advancing the cause of racial justice.
Refugees: People vs. Problems
Sunday, October 11, 2015 at 9:30 am
Susan Walker, Moderator
The 2015 Auction Catalog is now available! Click here to go directly to the Catalog. New items are still being added, so be sure to check back periodically. Tickets are available Sundays on the patio for $10 per person.
More information about the Annual Auction is available under the Annual Auction tab on the main menu bar. CLICK HERE for a shortcut to the Annual Auction page. The downloadable 2015 Catalog and donation forms in .pdf format are available on that page.
Reproductive Justice at PUUF
Following a well-received launch in September, Reproductive Justice workshops will continue with three 90-minute sessions in October. Presented by the Reproductive Justice Task Force and led by Beth Hastings, the workshops will start at 1:00 pm on Oct. 4, 18, and 25. Lunch will be provided for those attending immediately after second service, and child care is available.
The workshop curriculum is adapted from one developed by the UUA, which adopted a Statement of Conscience at this year’s General Assembly, in response to the continuing attacks on reproductive rights throughout the country.
Topics of the remaining sessions are as follows:
* October 18th, Inherent Worth and Dignity
o Reproductive oppression in the context of multiculturalism and its effects on individuals; changing strategies in the current political environment and the resulting increase in reproductive oppression
* October 25th, Right of Conscience and Moving Forward
o Gendered/sexist aspects of current political discussion; tools and tips for constructive conversations about abortion and other reproductive justice issues; goals, methods, and strategies for reproductive advocacy; inspiring and solidifying relationships within groups and with outside partners
If you have questions or concerns, please contact a member of the Reproductive Justice Task Force, which includes Beth Hastings, Bobbie Upson, Jan Boysen, Frank Paynter, and Marj Lacey.