Wednesday, January 13th, 6:30pm: In addition to weekly meditation at 11am, on Wednesday evening, 6:30pm, we continue our Unitarian Universalist history series Watch Party. Part IV of A Long Strange Trip documents the development of Universalism from the early German and English pietists to John Murray, Elhanan Winchester, and Hosea Ballou. Details the unprecedented expansion of Universalist churches across the United States in the first half of the 19th century, and discusses why this movement began its precipitous decline after the death of Ballou in 1850.
The hour-long documentaries of the series can be enjoyed without having seen the prior parts. Also, the DVDs are available for borrowing. Contact Rev. Jenny to get on the waiting list for any or all of the series.
Thursday, January 14th, 2:00pm: The film described above is run for a second chance watch party if you miss the Wednesday viewing, or if you enjoy watching the films twice.
Thursday, January 14th, 7:00pm: In addition to the watch party, Thursdays are our weekly Wellness On the Web program. Participants enjoy this popular multimedia exploration of wellness-related topics.
Friday, January 15th, 7:00pm: Fun in Fellowship Night! Games, laughter, some music, poetry and prose…PUUF’s Fun Nights are, well, FUN. All are welcome to this socializing opportunity, so do invite a friend or two and join this month’s ‘night out’ from the comfort of where you are.
Sunday, January 17th, 9:30am: Black Lives Matter! Our worship gathering, with Rev. Jenny leading and Mark Niewirth as worship coordinator, will reflect on celebrating the resilience and the power of Black, Indigenous, People of Color in the ongoing struggle for justice and equity.
All our gatherings continue 100% online. To receive timely email details and Zoom links, please join our Google Group: Daily Online Gatherings PUUF. One easy way to join is by contacting our minister, Rev. Jenny. Text/call: 208-380-1084, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org