Announcements, Announcements, Announcements
The PUUF Board announced today that Bridget Laflin will be returning on the 2nd Sunday of each month through June of 2019. We look forward to hearing from her on a regular basis.
Thank you to all who attended the Lyrica Concert on Sept. 23. With your generosity,
the Lyrica, Ladies Choral Ensemble of Puget Sound, raised $485.00 for the Benedict House in Bremerton to help their mission of housing homeless men.
October 14 - Amanda Aikman will speak on: "The Great Work of Your Life"
The Hindu tradition teaches that every human being has a unique vocation. One of the major challenges of life is to come home to that true self. There are three paths from which we all must choose; pitfalls to avoid; ancient wisdom to guide us.
The Rev. Amanda Aikman lives in Everett. She has served UU churches in the Pacific Northwest since 1994, and though supposedly retired, is now serving as sabbatical minister at Shoreline UU Church. Amanda is a playwright, a spiritual director, and an extremely humble urban sketching enthusiast.
This measure would impose pollution fees on certain large emitters of greenhouse gas pollutants based on rules determining carbon content, starting in 2020. A public board would supervise spending the revenues on reducing pollution, promoting clean energy, and addressing climate impacts to the environment and communities. Utilities could receive credits for approved investments. Indian tribes would consult on projects directly impacting their land. There would be periodic reporting on the measure’s effectiveness.For more information please visit: https://yeson1631
Have you returned your ballot yet? Ballots have been sent. If you have not yet received yours, call your county auditor and let him/her know. Ballots must be returned with a post mark of November 6 or earlier or must be in a ballot return box by 8:00 pm of November 6. Be SURE your ballot is counted by returning it earlier than the deadline. YOUR VOICE COUNTS ONLY WHEN YOU VOTE.
On October 28 we welcome back Bridget Laflin. "Come As You Are"
This will be an exploration of the importance of vulnerability to spiritual growth and living community.
Following her service we will be discussing our future as a fellowship. Be sure to join us in this important conversation.