Long Strange Trip Continues – Mar. 6

UU History Movie Series: A Long, Strange Trip! Sunday, March 6th: 3:30pm – 5:00pm. Online only.

Our Unitarian Universalist history has its origins in the early days of Judaism and Christianity, yet today’s UU may seldom notice that connection. How did we … read more.

March Food Bank – Mar. 2, 2022

The PUUF team is scheduled to cover a shift at the Food Bank on Wednesday, March 2, from 5 to 7 pm. Please contact Don Allen at alledone@gmail.com or 208-530-3605 if you would like to participate in this Social Justice ministry. Please specify whether you … read more.

Calling our Minister

This article is not about Reverend Jenny’s phone number. Rev. Jenny has notified the Board of Directors of her interest in becoming a “called” minister instead of being a contracted minister.

According to the Unitarian Universalist Association, “A called minister is one who has been formally … read more.

February 2 Food Bank – Wednesday

The next opportunity to work with the PUUF team at the Food Bank is Wednesday, February 2, from 5 to 7 pm. If you would like to join us, please contact Don Allen at alledone@gmail.com or cell 208-530-3605. Please specify whether you will arrive at … read more.

ALL GATHERINGS ONLINE ONLY

Effective immediately, all our programs will be available Zoom only for the next four Sundays. The Board will continue to monitor the COVID positivity rates and new cases for Southeast Idaho and adjust this policy accordingly. Some among us will feel relief, some disheartened, and some … read more.

WOW – Update for Dec. 23 & 30

WOW (Wellness On the Web) has temporary changes while Rev. Jenny is on retreat.
WOW meets Thursdays most weeks to discuss topics with small homework provided a few days ahead of time. For December 23rd and 30th, participants may still meet for open discussion … read more.

POSTPONED! LONG STRANGE TRIP FILM SERIES –

We will reschedule as soon as possible. 

This UU history movie series continues with Part 4: Universalism, 1600-1860The episode documents the development of Universalism from the early German and English pietists such as Jakob Böhme and Jane Leade, and 18th century English ministers such as … read more.