Category Archives: Finances


Fall is a great time to box up your old books and bring them to Judy Remsberg. Judy will sell them on and the proceeds will all benefit the Fellowship. Advertisements

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Learn the difference between a donation and a contribution

We use them interchangeably but they are different and both are important. Donation Reaching in your pocket for some bills to put in Santa’s kettle at the mall or in the basket on Sunday is a donation. Not a lot of … Continue reading

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We pulled it off!

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He’s coming back!

Alan Sheeler will be home soon ready to fulfill our commitments and that means he’ll be shaking the money bag to make sure he has enough. After half the month, we already have 60% of what he needs! Thank you. … Continue reading

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Your update

Last week we talked about Alan Sheeler being on vacation. As treasurer, one of his jobs is minding our bank balances. Every week he enters the Fellowship’s income into our books so that you get credited for your pledge payment. … Continue reading

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When the cat’s away!

  The UUFP Treasurer, Alan Sheeler, is out of town. While he’s gone, I can say some nice things about him. Obviously, he makes good choices—just look at his mate, Michelle. (Home run!)   Since joining the Fellowship in April … Continue reading

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REVEALED! THE secret sauce used at UUFP!

Blend everything together and it will probably look like this:

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In case you were wondering

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 … Continue reading

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Set it and forget it

When you go on vacation, does your pledge go, too? I’m not talking about spending your pledge money on souvenirs, just bringing it up to date later. It’s hard enough without your smiling face when you’re not at church, but … Continue reading

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This seems like a good time to talk about trust. As a financial supporter of the UU Fellowship (or any group you support) you have placed your trust in the leadership to carefully and mindfully use your money in a … Continue reading

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