Category: inherent worth and dignity

Principle 1: The inherent worth and dignity of every person

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.

Donated blankets

PUUF donated 24 blankets of various sizes, including a big duvet and a bedspread with pillow shams, to the Portneuf Valley Interfaith blanket drive. The PVIF goal was to collect 500 blankets for distribution to four local agencies: Aid For Friends, St. Vincent de Paul, … read more.

Covid-19 Relief Checks on the way

Two events I would like to mention occurred this week. First, Many of us received our $1200 Covid-19 relief funds into our checking accounts, or in the mail.

Second, I read the ISJ letters to the editor Tuesday morning and one sent by Robert Marcinko … read more.

In-Between Support Group

Are you an adult child caring for aging parents in their waning years of life? Or, are you a parent of grown children gaining independence? Do either of these identities speak to you? You are not alone!

Our “In-Between” group meets monthly to share the … read more.

Religious Exploration in November – December

In keeping with our 2020-21 RE theme of social justice, November and December sessions will be devoted to Edgar Villanueva’s book Decolonizing Wealth: Indigenous Wisdom to Heal Divides and Restore Balance.

The book is available from many bookstores/online purchasing sources. RE attendees will be able … read more.