Announcements, Announcements, Announcements
SUNDAY, MARCH 11, 4:00 PM
OUR STORIES, OUR VOICES
The Old Lesbian Oral Herstory Project (OLOHP) is a twenty-year effort to gather and preserve the life stories of lesbians 70 and older. The Project is co-based in Texas and in Washington, and members of the local organization Puget Sound Old Lesbians Organizing for Change, (PS OLOC) have produced a DVD about this unique effort to ensure that the experiences of these women are not forgotten.
Join us in hearing some of these stories.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 4:00 PM
SPEAKING OF ‘LOVE’
REV. BRUCE BODE
“Love” is, indeed, “a many splendored thing” … particularly in the English language where it is used as an umbrella word to cover our positive feelings towards everything from our links to inanimate objects to our most intimate human relationships. This sermon will attempt to distinguish some of our different types of love, with a special look, on this Sunday prior to Valentine’s Day, at “romantic love.”
Bruce A. Bode, a native of Lynden, Washington, is in his fourteenth and final year as the minister of the Quimper Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Port Townsend, Washington. He and his congregation have been faithful supporters of PUUF since its inception. An incidental note: he and Flossie Bode are grandparents to two-year old Clara Grace Bode-Lang, "one of this planet’s loveliest creatures," according to her devoted grandfather.
January 31 -
You are invited to a live stream event featuring Bernie Sanders and Bill McKibben. They are joining a group of climate activists to share their vision of how our communities can transition to a carbon free future. The sixty to ninety minute live stream will be followed by a discussion of actions we can take.
fossil free house party - Manchester Library community room at 6:00 pm. 8067 E. Main St Manchester, WA 98366
For further info on this event contact Martha Bishop martyl.bishop2gmail.com
January 27 tri county climate action at the Salmon center in Belfair -10:30 am Rossel Road
January 31 - fossil free house party - details TBD
for further info on these events contact Martha Bishopmartyl.bishop2gmail.comTues., Feb. 20, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at The United Churches of Olympia and the Capitol Campus
Faith Action Network's Interfaith Advocacy Day in Olympia brings to our elected leaders the voice of compassion and justice. We partner for the common good with people of all faiths who stand up boldly for our shared values. Your meeting with legislators and/or their staffs on this day is the most important thing our social and economic justice advocates can do.
Climate Lobby Day 1/22:
This year we are partnering with Audubon Washington, Climate Solutions, Environment Washington and others to hold a joint lobby day in support of a price on carbon, 100% clean electricity, and transportation solutions.
If you would like to get involved with Advocates for Immigrants in Detention Northwest attend a Volunteer training and orientation:
February 10, 2018 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
First United Methodist Church of Tacoma
621 Tacoma Avenue S
A light lunch will be provided [suggested donation - $5.00]
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org or by voice mail at 253 572 9659
THE MOST IMPORTANT INTENTION
Many of us cobbled together a list of inspiring-sounding intentions to encourage ourselves as we prepared to welcome the New Year. But did we all remember to include the most important intention of all?
Matt Aspin is Candidate Minister presently serving Tahoma UU Congregation and Vashon Island Unitarian Fellowship. He finds joy in promoting the ideals of our liberal faith tradition to the wider world.
There is a new Citizens' Climate Lobby group that meets in Belfair on the 2nd Saturday of each month. Contact Marti [email@example.com]
if you wish to be added to their mailing list.
Our next Family Kitchen is December 29. We join together with members from Kitsap UU Fellowship and First Lutheran Community Church to provide a meal to people who have difficulty stretching their food budget to the end of the month. We prepare, serve, and clean up after the meal, which is at the First Lutheran Church on Mitchell Avenue in Port Orchard. If you would like to donate some time to help with this social justice contact Sally Murphy [KUUF] who coordinates volunteers for the last Friday of each month: Salmurf@ix.netcom.com
January 14: Circle conversation regarding JUSTICE
January 28: Matt Aspin returns with the topic of Justice
February 11: Rev. Bruce Bode will join us.
February 25: Beth Wilson
March 11: Jill Clarridge
April: celebration of Earth Day
July: Annual Meeting: Both Judy and Ellie will be ending their 2nd terms on the PUUF Board of Trustees. Who will step up to join the board?
Happy Holidays to One and ALL! We will not meet again until January 14 and wish you the best blessings of the season as you celebrate with friends and family.