Category: Seven Principles

Principles, which we hold as strong values and moral guides

PUUF MEMBERS PARTICIPATE IN JUNETEENTH

PUUF was quite involved in Pocatello’s celebration of the first Federal Holiday of Juneteenth. Volunteers helped with food preparations and donations, ticket-taking and cleaning up. Many of our members attended the event. They enjoyed a variety of barbequed meats, potato salad, coleslaw, rolls, baked desserts … read more.

Food Bank Wednesday, May 5

Our next PUUF volunteer session at the Food Bank will be Wednesday, May 5 from 5 to 7 pm. Please contact Don Allen at alledone@gmail com or 208-530-3605 if you wish to participate this month. Please indicate whether you will be starting at 5:00 or … read more.

Food Bank for April 7

The PUUF volunteer shift at the Pocatello Food Bank will be from 5 to 7 pm on Wednesday, April 7. A number of people have requested that we fill food boxes again, so I hope that is what we will be doing. We have worked … read more.

This I Believe Spring Services

Mark your calendars for Sunday, April 4th worship service at 9:30am. What are the personal stories of our PUUF members and friends? In March we kicked off our ‘This I Believe’ reflection series hearing from Brian Attebery, longtime member of PUUF, who chose UUism in adulthood for … read more.

UUA Disaster Relief Fund

The Unitarian Universalist Association maintains a Disaster Relief Fund that has helped efforts by our sister congregations and their community partners in Texas and elsewhere in recovery from the recent winter storms and power outages. UUs who wish to donate to the fund can do … read more.

A Note From Our Minister

Dear Ones,
I am excited to share the news with you that the UUA’s Ministerial Fellowship Committee (MFC) convened February 1st to review renewal applications for ministers in preliminary fellowship, including my own. Tuesday, I received the word that I am welcomed into full fellowship! This … read more.

RE to Discuss UUA Common Read

In March, PUUF Religious Exploration will be reading and discussing the UUA 2021 Common Read book Breathe: A Letter to My Sons by Imani Perry.

Breathe reflects on race, racism, and the hope that one’s child will be wholly known and valued by society. It is … read more.