Author: Jenny Peek

CHILDREN’S Religious Exploration (CRE)

As our community grows in size and age range, so do our programs! Religious Exploration “UU style” means enriching opportunities for young people to express their developing sense of wonder, learn about world religions, and nurturance of self-confidence and acceptance of themselves and each other.
Paul … read more.

July 23 – Death & Donuts

Saturday, at 9:00-10:30 a.m.

How we express our grief.
Rev. Jenny facilitates this session, considering how culture impacts the grieving process. “Death & Donuts” is open for all who desire space for this often neglected subject of our mortality. Unique in that this is not meant as … read more.


Have you heard about Juneteenth? Nearly three years after the Emancipation Proclamation of 1862, Black people in Texas received the message: They were enslaved no more! On June 19, 1865, people celebrated this freedom. Today, we celebrate Juneteenth on the third Saturday of June each … read more.

April 23 – DEATH & DONUTS

Death & Donuts meets this Saturday, April 23rd, at 9:30am. Choose in-person at the Meeting House or online via Zoom. Participants meet to discuss all things ‘death’, in a comfortable setting.

This session, we welcome guests Brock Wilks and Kari May, of Wilks Funeral Home. … read more.

THEOLOGY IN TIME – Sun. 2pm to 3:30

Theology in Time, Session 2 of 6, meets this Sunday at 2:00pm online-only, via Zoom. Our Spring spiritual growth program, provides space for contemplating how our heritage, our personal experiences, and impactful events around us impact our perspectives.

You may complete the optional form below … read more.


Sunday morning gatherings:
Sunday gatherings, all at 9:30am, alternate weekly between two programs—worship services (first and third Sundays) and religious exploration sessions (second and fourth Sundays). 

Summertime, June through Labor Day: We enjoy weekly summer salons, casual discussions on selected readings. Salons are a happy blend of … read more.


As our hearts and minds are flooded with concern, grief, fear and hope for the people of Ukraine and from around the world where there is so much suffering, we wonder how might we help


Thrive Pocatello Exploration Discussion. Meet in person only (no online option) at the UU Meeting House, 426 W Lewis St., meeting at 4:30 pm.
Participants will share their insights and together explore whether a Thrive Pocatello hosted in our Fellowship Meeting House would serve the community … read more.