Fellowship Circles can be a bit of serious mixed with dollop of caring and a dash of humor. If you haven’t been in one, you really should sign up now for one of the new ones this fall. These were begun under the leadership of Rev. Paul Boothby and a group of fifteen hard-working volunteers. They are a small group that spends a few hours per month with a variety of subjects as a way to get to know each other such as personally special music, end of life planning and the real meaning of WWJD? But, each group is different.
Remember the humor part?
The Wednesday afternoon circle chose “Undie Sunday” as its service project and Henry Chambers as the spokesman because, who else?
A lot has surprisingly been said about underwear
This morning when I put on my underwear I could hear the fruit-of-the-loom guys laughing at me. Rodney Dangerfield
I don’t believe in the afterlife, although I am bringing a change of underwear. Woody Allen
But, it’s no laughing matter at LINK
Please bring new underwear, tee-shirts and socks to church this Sunday. Or make a special designated gift, at church or online.
July is a little over halfway over and pledges are coming in as planned but we need everyone pitching in.
We have a monthly budget of $19,222 and we’ve already received $12,511 so we really need you!
Operators are standing by.
See you Sunday!
Words from a Religious Education teacher once upon a time. (See the video)
One of the biggest commitments we have is the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) because of their commitment to social justice. We happily agree to support their efforts with close to $1000/month because of the work they do and the leadership they provide.
Thank you for supporting the Fellowship which, in turn, supports the UUA.
The UUFP Trustees have released some of the endowment funds for a worthy, interesting, and appropriate proposal. The guidelines state that projects should support the long term mission of Unitarian Universalism and our congregation.
This is a great opportunity to fund a special project that’s outside the Fellowship’s budget.
Here are the guidelines for writing your proposal.
“If we just had the money, our committee could…”
We look forward to seeing your ideas!!
Judy, Roy and Mason
Few things slow you down like droopy drawers. The elastic is shot and no matter what, no one can give you a wedgie even if you wanted one.
LINK, the Living Interfaith Network, is in need of underwear and socks and T-shirts. Now! Especially larger sizes for girls or guys. Just imagine the feeling of support that that these folks will feel in new underwear!
And it’s all up to you. Bring the wedgie back to those in need.
All seriousness aside
The Wednesday afternoon Fellowship Circle will have collection boxes at both buildings between now and July 23.
Or you can give them cash to do your shopping in person or on-line. And, of course, there’s always Amazon.
Stop droopy drawers!