Our casual summer salons end for another season, and our in-gathering marks the beginning of our Fall and Winter services. How do you bid summer farewell this year? How do you open your heart to a new season of worship, learning, and striving for beloved … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Jenny Peek
Sunday, Sept. 6, 2020, at 4:00pm
The Rev. Dr. Sofia Betancourt wrote that each of us represents a missing remnant in the collective fabric of our future. What would we bring of ourselves to offer our descendants?
Rev. Jenny presents her reflection on shifting from conversations of tolerance, acceptance, and loving in spite of differences—to expectation of gifts, talents, and wisdom in every body, as is. Jim Mariani is our Worship Coordinator, hymns recorded by Mark Neiwirth.
Rev. Jenny Peek and our Worship Committee are taking our worship service online. We often speak of Fellowship being more than a ‘brick and mortar’ space. It is how we are together, building our covenant rather than adhering to a doctrinal set of beliefs. … read more.
US Americans are often recognized for being fiercely independent. This individualism mindset impacts how we live, work, play, and worship together, and even how we serve one another. Creativity, innovation, and confidence in human ingenuity are some of the obvious benefits of individualism. Also … read more.
Third Annual Hymn Bowl! Wondering what to do this Superbowl if you don’t watch the game? Join the UUs for Hymn Bowl 2020! We will sing lots of our favorite hymns and enjoy a lighthearted worship gathering.
Pocatello Unitarian Universalist Fellowship is a Welcoming … read more.
“Poor People’s Campaign, A Moral Revival”
The Rev. Dr. William J. Barber began Moral Mondays and today is leading a National Poor People’s Campaign, the work begun by Dr. Martin Luther King just prior to his assassination.
This is a special Sunday, as we will also … read more.
“Shared Leadership: Voices of the Margins ” [Audio Link]
In Our Transgender Inclusion in Congregations educational series last Spring, we learned that among people who have been historically marginalized, leadership is more shared, less hierarchical.
How can organizations adapt shared leadership styles, … read more.