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Heretic Bible Study

Heretic Bible Study, an agnostic investigative series, begins Sunday November 3rd, 2:00 – 3:30 pm.  All are welcome! The study group will meet in the small chapel, first and third Sundays of November and December. Facilitator is Wesley Skidmore. If you have a Bible, feel … read more.

Hymn for October

Our hymn for the month of October is #318 in the Gray Hymnal
“We Would Be One.” It is loosely connected to the theme for October which is
Democracy. It is one of two hymns in our hymnal that are sung to the tune of Finlandia.

This tune … read more.

KISU Fund Drive

We still need donations to our PUUF-KISU annual fund drive for this year. Please help us support public radio. Just make your check out to PUUF and note that it’s for KISU. If you want the Idaho tax credit and possible federal deduction, make your check out to KISU and put it … read more.

Summer Services – June through July

Beginning in June, we will offer services at the usual 4:00 pm time every Sunday. The services will be neither formal worship nor Religious Exploration.

This Summer Series will include short services with time for quiet reflection, sharing on the day’s topic, and perhaps some … read more.

Annual Meeting

Our PUUF Annual Meeting was held on June 16 this year. Packets of information were distributed ahead of time containing information about our budgets and new leadership positions to be on the ballot. Some positions on the Board were filled. After the meeting we enjoyed … read more.

Historic Ground Breaking

Our Portneuf Valley Interfaith Fellowship is active in bringing people and leaders of many local faiths together. For the first time, leaders from our many local faiths were invited to participate in a Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints temple ground breaking ceremony. … read more.

Wednesday Meditation

All are welcome to sit in meditation every Wednesday at noon, for about 30 minutes. We will use our UU office space. Chairs available. Bring your own cushion as preferred.

Spirituality through Religious Exploration

If you were to ask members of the public how they understand Unitarian Universalism (UU), many would say we are a religious group focused on spirituality and not so much religion.  What distinguishes us to a large extent from many of the “Abrahamic” churches is … read more.

Contra Dances – Sept. through May

Contra Dances meet on the 2nd Saturday of each month, Sept. through May, at 7:30-10:30 pm in Pilgrim Hall (gymnasium of the UCC building).

The beginners’ session at 7:30pm is highly recommended for those unfamiliar with this simple, fun, social dance form. The dance is sponsored in part by the Pocatello … read more.