Pastor Jenny Peek

Sunday Worship: “Is ‘Mission’ a Dangerous Word… ?”

Is ‘Mission’ a Dangerous Word for Religious Liberals?

As religious liberals’ theology adapts and expands with new knowledge, scientific discoveries and advanced understanding of pluralism, intersectionality, and decentering ‘truth’ of dominant culture, what happens to ‘mission’? It once meant proselytizing and evangelizing for Christianity, teaching the … read more.

Flower Communion

This an annual ritual that celebrates beauty, human uniqueness, diversity, and community. People are encouraged to bring a flower to celebrate the renewal of Summer Season. A Ceremony involving giving and receiving a flower will be held. Flowers will also be provided. … read more.

Sunday Worship – Siding with Love

This service will lift up our congregational ties to the greater Unitarian Universalist Association-Pacific Western Region. Come learn and rejoice in the excitement of belonging to a powerful movement of Siding with Love.

Sunday Worship “Beauty in Brokenness”

Beauty in Brokenness is no modern concept or philosophy. In Japan, the art of Kintsugi is a method of repairing broken things with gold or golden lacquer so that the imperfections are beautifully highlighted. How can this appreciation for brokenness help us today? Join us … read more.

Education: The “Full Week of Faith” Curriculum

Pastor Jenny will present on the new Religious Exploration Program, Full Week Faith, a fully online curriculum with weekly issues that include prayer, stories, music, faith-in-action events and more. Just what is Full Week Faith, and how do we get it on our mobile devices? Come find … read more.

Why here, why now?

Pocatello Unitarian Universalist Fellowship originated in a vision or dream shared by its founders. Let’s talk about the dream as it manifested into ministry. What does this Fellowship represent in Pocatello, in Bannock County, in Idaho?

FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS

Come celebrate world religions and traditions of the holiday season at this special service! All are invited to attend.

The 29th annual Festival of Lights will celebrate Solstice and Yule, Christmas and Advent, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and Kyaamuya.

To, For, With: In Gratitude

This Sunday is quite a big deal! First, we kick off our participation in the annual Guest At Your Table fundraiser for the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee. Second, we consider our individual or collective approach to serving others. Third, this is our Potluck Sunday following … read more.