**Mother’s Day Walk for Peace A team from FUSF is walking on May 14 – please consider joining us! Yes, it’s a long walk – 6.8 miles – but for a very important cause – peace & justice.
Our team’s goal is $1000. For the next few weeks a container will be available on the side table for checks (Make our to “Mother’ Day Walk for Peace” and cash donations.
If you are tech savvy you can go to this month’s newsletter and go directly to our FUSF team page to make sure your donation is credited to us. See Rev. Ann Willever for more information.
** On Sunday, April 23 at 11:30 am a representative of the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute will be speaking at FUSF. Come and learn about this remarkable organization and the important work they are doing in the areas of healing, teaching and learning with families and communities impacted by murder, trauma, grief and loss.
* There will be a special congregational meeting on May 7th at 11:30 a.m. to vote on the members of the ministerial search committee and to discuss pledge campaign results. More info to come.
**Our Spring Grounds clean up will take place Sat, Apr 29th, beginning at 9 a.m. This is a great opportunity to make new friends, to catch up with old friends, and to “plug in” and take ownership. All skill levels are welcome. Bring your favorite work gloves, lawn and garden tools, etc. Coffee, water and snacks will be available. Please contact me to let me know you are coming, or if you have any questions. Mark Stankard Asset Committee, email@example.com
*Next Sunday, Jen Johnson will lead our service “Can We Talk About the G- Word?” Unitarian Universalsim is a faith unique in its openness to a diversity of perspectives, ideas, and beliefs about the big questions of existence. At FUSF, we are proud to come together in religious community as Jews and Christians, atheists, humanists, Buddhists, pagans, agnostics, and seekers who claim no label at all. And yet, this diversity creates a challenge. It can be hard to talk about what we believe and don’t believe, because we don’t all agree and we don’t share a common spiritual vocabulary. As I journey through seminary and my own faith formation, I’m beginning to think this challenge may just be the wellspring of our faith. A wellspring from which new and potentially life-transforming possibilities for spiritual growth and religious community might emerge.