Facilities Rental Information

For those interested in renting Palomar Fellowship facilities, you can click on the links below for member and non-member suggested donation rates.

Please call the PUUF office for more information regarding the scheduling of your event, availability, procedures and other information, or for any questions you may have.

Click here for member facility suggested donation rates.

Click here for non-member facility suggested donation rates.


Please make Scrip part of your monthly stewardship practice. Hey! It's money you would spend anyway, and every little bit helps to keep our Fellowship doing what we know needs to be done.

How would you like to earn funds for our fellowship when you shop?  Use a preloaded card instead of cash at a variety of retailers, and PUUF will earn a percentage. Sprouts, Michaels, CVS, Regal Theaters, REI, Albertson's, Whole Foods, Home Depot, Barnes and Noble, Stater Brothers and Starbucks are just a few of many participating retailers who will contribute.

If we all use cards EVERY MONTH for our regular shopping, the earnings will really add up. Please visit the Scrip table on the patio between services. We have a variety of preloaded shopping cards for you to choose from AND we are taking orders for the next batch of cards. Our orders will be placed on the first Sunday of every month, so come see us at the next service to submit your order!

Please contact Li-Anne Mufson or Hilary Rogers with any questions.


About UUs

Unitarian Universalist Association

UUA Pamphlets on Diversity, Faith, Other Topics
Full texts are available to read online.

Nosotros Somos Unitarios Universalistas
Translated by Jaume de Marcos Andreau.

100 Questions That Non-Members Ask About Unitarian Universalism
By John Sias, copyright 1994-2003 by Unitarian-Universalist Church of Nashua.

Discover UU
A collection of blogs, sermons and more about or concerning Unitarian Universalism.

Short Biographies of Famous Unitarian Universalists
From the Unitarian Universalist Historical Society.

Notable American Unitarians
This online project is by the First Parish and the First Unitarian Universalist Church in Cambridge.

Social Justice

Unitarian Universalist Service Committee
Originally founded to help WWII refugees escape Nazi persecution, this nonsectarian organization promotes human rights and social justice worldwide.

Provides low-cost legal immigration counseling and representation, resettlement services, and outreach to immigrant victims of human trafficking, persecution, torture, domestic violence and other crimes.

Unitarian Universalist Peace Ministry Network
The purpose of the Peace Ministry is to encourage a culture of peace within our families, our association, our communities and throughout the world.

Colegio la Esperanza –“School of Hope”
Many San Diego UUs participate in this ongoing project to provide an educational/cultural center for children and residents of Colonia Esperanza in Tijuana, Mexico.

Diverse & Revolutionary UU Multicultural Ministries

Unitarian Universalism: A Religious Home for Bisexual, Gay, Lesbian and Transgender People by Barbara Pescan.

Amnesty International
An organization dedicated to ending human-rights abuse; the current Executive Director is UU minister and former UUA President William Schulz.

Planned Parenthood
Dedicated to creating a sustainable world and living in peace with our planet; founded by Unitarian Margaret Sanger.

Habitat for Humanity International
A Christian organization that welcomes people of all faiths to build homes for people in need.

Heifer International
Hungry families around the world are offered ways to feed themselves and become self-reliant.

Interfaith Alliance
This non-partisan, clergy-led grassroots organization promotes the healing role of faith in civic life and challenges religious intolerance and extremism.

GoodSearch: You Search...We Give!

Here's an easy way to raise money for the Fellowship. Just designate the Palomar UU Fellowship as your cause, and start using Yahoo! powered GoodSearch.com as your search engine. GoodSearch will donate about a penny to the Fellowship every time you do a search!

In addition, do all of your shopping through their online shopping mall, GoodShop.com, where you can shop at more than 2,600 top online retailers and a percentage of your purchases will go to the Fellowship. You pay the same price as you normally would, but a donation goes to your cause!

You can also enroll in the GoodDining program. Eat at over 10,000 participating restaurants nationwide and you can earn up to 6% of every dollar spent on the meal as a donation for PUUF.

Visit the web site — http://www.goodsearch.com/, where you can sign up and learn more about these and other opportunities to raise money for the Fellowship at no extra cost to you. You can also read about GoodSearch in the NY Times, Oprah Magazine, CNN, ABC News and the Wall Street Journal.

Our Staff

Kathleen Moscato - Director of Religious ExplorationKathleen Moscato - Director of Religious Exploration
Kathleen has been working with children and families since 1988, teaching in the classroom for five years, while running her own business, and creating classes and events for children and their families. Kathleen has a passion to create wonderful programs for communities to connect and strengthen. After homeschooling for 10 years, Kathleen found her place here at Palomar, creating and exploring, with a deep love for Unitarian Universalism and the seven principles.

Kimberly LilleyKimberly Lilley - Director of Music Ministry

Kimberly graduated from UCLA with a degree in music, and made a career of performing in national tours of Broadway shows as a singer/actor/dancer. During this time, she had the opportunity to develop her conducting and event-coordination skills, which she has used on behalf of Palomar Fellowship since 2006 as the Choir, Orchestra and Band Director. She took over as Director of Music Ministry in 2017.

Janice McAlister-Cook - Office ManagerJanice McAlister-Cook - Office Manager
Janice McAlister-Cook is a life-long resident of Carlsbad. She has worked in various aspects health care for 15 years. She has also worked for an attorney's office. Janice first encountered Unitarian Universalism at San Dieguito UU Fellowship where she sought out religious education for her children when they were young. Janice has been with Palomar Fellowship since January 2005. Her interests include reupholstering furniture, reading, and gardening. She lives with her husband Bruce in the house where she was raised.

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    Download our logo for use in printed pieces or presentations for the Fellowship.

    Low Resolution (72 dpi) for Presentations

    Download Color Logo: Large (2" x 4") JPEG or Small (1" x 2") JPEG 
    Download Black and White Logo: Large (2" x 4") JPEG or Small (1" x 2") JPEG

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    Vector Based for Printing

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    Adding or Editing Articles on the PUUF Site

    Instructions on how to create and/or edit articles (blogging) on the site.

    PUUF Joomla Blog Instructions

    Sunday Service Slides

    Materials for the creation of Powerpoint slides for our Sunday Morning Services. For questions or problems downloading any of these files contact Karen Holmgren: 24kholmgren(at)cox.net

    Instructions, Template and Slides

    Instructions Thumbnail

    Instructions - The process of preparing the Sunday Service Slides.


    Preview of SUnday Service Template

    Sunday Service Template - Powerpoint with commonly used slides, including chalice lighting, singing the children out, joys and sorrows, and chalice extinguishing words.


  • Music & Choir Groups

    Choir and Orchestra Groups

    Information for PUUF's talented Music Department groups.