Dec. 18, 2021, at 4:00 pm in the Rotunda of the Stephens Performing Arts Center, the Pocatello Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (UUs) will present the 33rd Annual Festival of Lights, a celebration of holiday traditions from around the world. From midwinter celebrations, to rituals and practices … read more.
Author: Richard Feuerborn
Our watch party continues (on Zoom only). Sunday, December 5, 3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
This UU history movie series continues with Part III: American Unitarianism. The episode covers the development of Unitarianism in the United States from 1620 through the death of Theodore Parker in 1860. Details the three … read more.
UUA GA2021: Our Unitarian Universalist Association’s annual General Assembly is June 23-27. Some events are free and open to the public. Where possible, PUUF hopes to offer virtual watch parties.
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR GENERAL ASSEMBLY:
The PUUF board has set aside a total of $600.00 for PUUF members who … read more.
ANNUAL MEETING ABSENTEE BALLOTS
The Pocatello UU Fellowship’s Annual Members Meeting is set for Sunday, May 16th, at 10:30am, following our regular worship gathering. We will use the same Zoom link as for the worship service. All members are urged to attend as we will vote on … read more.
A memorial and celebration of life is planned for Everett Goodwin on February 27th in the afternoon. Everett passed away in early December of last year. He was a member of our congregation and had also been a member of First Unitarian in Portland, Oregon. … read more.
Please join the Boise Citizens Climate Lobby and the Boise Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Saturday October 24, 2020
Idaho Farming: Challenges in a Warming Climate
Featuring Keynote Speaker John O’Connor
Saturday October 24, 2020
From 10 am to noon (MT)
a virtual forum via Zoom (no registration necessary)
… read more.
We still need donations to our PUUF-KISU annual fund drive for this year.
Please help us support public radio and continue to get radio exposure for PUUF. Just make your check out to PUUF and note that it’s for KISU, and mail it it to me, … read more.
Our minister, Rev. Jenny, will be on study leave for the month of August. While she works out programming, worship plans, and readings for September through June, we will notice some differences in our August gatherings.
First, some events will not happen. The Casual Check-ins, Tuesday-Friday, … read more.