Upcoming Events

 
Replica of the interior of Thoreau’s cabin on Walden Pond https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=16428857

Replica of the interior of Thoreau’s cabin on Walden Pond https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=16428857

Simplicity Circles are Coming to SFUU

Please contact and Adult RE member (Jan Lowry, George Lowry, Janie Evans, Robert Archer) if you would like to join a simplicity circle, or learn more about them. If you missed the March 17 simplicity Sunday service, you can get more information about simplicity circles on the Simplicity web page (including a transcript of the worship service, audio of Barb Munn’s homily and Kelly Chandler’s reflection, and external links to information about simplicity). Many of you have already signed up to learn more, THANK YOU for your interest, we are excited about bringing this opportunity for increased community and more sustainable living to SFUU.


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FORUM: SFUU’s Transportation Footprint
April 14, 2019 - 12:30 pm

Do you ever wonder if you’re burning up the planet with your travel habits?  I do.  Please attend this forum to discuss how we can work together to reduce our fossil fuel consumption.  Let’s start by talking about how we travel to SFUU and go from there.  Should we:

• Actively work to carpool on Sundays and to meetings (I think so)?  How do we start?
• Start a ride board?  (I’m driving to San Francisco on Saturday.  Anybody want to ride along?)
• Videoconference our committee meetings? (Slip a t-shirt over your pajamas and you are ready.)

All ideas will be entertained.  Snacks and drinks provided!
Contact Bob Niblack (bobmail@wavecable.com) for more information, or go to the Transportation Footprint web page.


Climate Ribbon Art Ritual
April 14, 2019 - 9am and 11 am

You are invited to reflect on what you love and hope to never lose due to climate change, record it on a climate ribbon, and hang it on our climate ribbon ‘tree’ between March 31st and April 14th. Your climate ribbons will be used for the Climate Ribbon Art Ritual during the April 14th Sunday Services. This intergenerational participatory ritual, originally created for the 2014 People’s Climate March, is aimed at climate healing and hope. Be spiritually renewed as we unite in our commitment to protect what each of us stands to lose due to climate change! More information is on the Climate Ribbon web page.

See the video introduction to this ritual at this url: http://www.theclimateribbon.org/