Line the Street in October

As the  UU Board President for the church year 2021–2022 I’ve decided to carry on the tradition of a president’s column  in the newsletter….once a month.

Though it is the end of October, I want to re-visit the Reproductive Rights March that was held here in … read more.


Beginning in November our Sunday 9:30 a.m. gatherings will have in-person and online options available for us. In September, the Board voted to provide dual platform Sunday gatherings. We have added two air purifiers to the Great Room, and will make protective masks available. Seating will be set for social distancing, and … read more.


Open to all people, this club will have a Facebook group for discussion threads as well as a monthly meeting.
WHEN: First Thursdays, 8:30pm (Zoom live);
Facebook discussion threads continuous (Begins November 4th).

This club will run November through May, with Rev. Jenny facilitating and moderating … read more.


As Unitarian Universalists we are called to a free and responsible search for truth and meaning within the context of a theologically diverse and pluralistic faith community. Using the stories of our own lives, we will explore how we use sacred language to make meaning, … read more.

Water for Ingathering

Though the service on Sept 19 is fully online, everyone is invited to bring a small sample of water from their summer travels (or one that represents those travels symbolically) to pour into a common vessel.

Reverend Jenny Peek will be at the UU Meeting House … read more.

September and October Offertories

During September and October, the UU Fellowship is gathering offertories for the Idaho Food Bank. Our regional food bank distributes food to pantries across southeastern Idaho. Fellowship members also join together to work at the food bank every first Wednesday of the month, most recently … read more.


Over 4000 Unitarian Universalists attended the online General Assembly two months ago. Delegates voted to adopt the proposed SOC (Statement of Conscience), Undoing Systemic White Supremacy Culture in our institutions and in ourselves. Here is a portion from the SOC that speaks to the ‘how’ … read more.

August Food Bank

The next PUUF shift at the Idaho Food Bank is Wednesday, August 4, from 5 to 7 pm. Please contact Don Allen at or 208-530-3605 if you would like to participate.

For our July shift we bagged about 1400 pounds of oats into 2-pound sacks. … read more.