UUCF FAMILY RELIGIOUS EXPLORATION
Some of our offerings require registration. (Link provided in the description)
Contact Janise Barajas-Reenie at email@example.com or 559.322.6146 x12 if you have any questions.
Childcare is available for all on-campus offerings. Please let Janise Barajas-Reenie know ahead of time if you are planning to utilize the childcare so we can be sure to have it set up and/or can let the childcare providers know ahead of time that they don’t need to come.
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Young Adult Lunches & Brunches
Join a group of fellow 25-40 year-olds for coffee and a breakfast potluck before the service — or lunch after! Take an opportunity to connect with others in your age range and build community. Childcare provided upon request. Contact: Amanda Monaco, firstname.lastname@example.org
UU Family FUUn
Every month, a family organizes an opportunity to gather socially for fun and fellowship. Each month is a different activity, from pool parties to potlucks to potato bars, hosted by a family that volunteers. Locations vary depending on the host. Contact Alisha Mancinas for details: email@example.com
Spirituality for People Who Have No Time
Would you like to cultivate a spiritual life but you just don’t have any time? Join Rev. Tim to explore what spirituality looks like for those of us whose lives are filled to the brim. Registration required
Facilitated by Rev. Tim Kutzmark / Tuesday, July 23 at 10 am or 7 pm
Unitarian Universalist History: Meet Margaret Fuller
Join Rev. Tim to explore the thrilling life and teachings of Margaret Fuller (1810-1850), the influential Unitarian writer, creative thinker, and human rights advocate. An ardent feminist, Fuller taught America how to think, feel, and act with non-dogmatic, life-affirming spiritual integrity. She also was the first major American foreign correspondent and the first literary editor of a major U.S. metropolitan newspaper (the New York Tribune). Registration required
Facilitated by Rev. Tim Kutzmark / Thursday, August 8 at 10 am or 7 pm
CHALICE CIRCLES: Finding Connection and Community
Ongoing Group meeting from October – June. Please click here for more details.
Certified instruction in the techniques and spiritual practice of Sarayu Yoga. Designed for all ability levels. Includes brief meditation, breath work, energization exercises and hatha yoga asanas. Donations accepted.
Facilitator: Jenny Rohan, 855-4472, firstname.lastname@example.org
More information and dates/times: Monday Yoga, Chair Yoga, Thursday Yoga.
Fresno UU Buddhist Fellowship
The Dharma Without Dogma Sangha is an inclusive meditation and study group in which the participants feel an affinity with UU principles and Buddhism. All Buddhist practices are welcome, as well as all interested individuals. Democratic decision-making is followed in this peer-led group in order to create a safe and accepting environment.
Every Wednesday, 2:00-4:00pm
Earth Centered Unitarian Universalists (ECUU)
ECUU gathers to celebrate the turning of the wheel of the year with Wiccan/Pagan style rituals and get-togethers. Generally, we discuss the holiday and its origins, and how it can relate to Unitarian Universalism, We always include a craft and/or spell to go along with the theme of the sabbat, and do a ritual that follows a general Wiccan structure. All paths and seekers are welcome! No registration necessary.
Meeting times depend on the holiday. Check https://www.facebook.com/groups/ECUUFresno/ for updates.
Unitarian Universalist Humanists of Fresno
UUHF gathers monthly to connect with other Humanists and expand our understanding of our Humanist beliefs. Guest speakers are invited who have knowledge and expertise in particular areas. All are welcome. No registration is necessary.
Third Sundays of the month, 12:00-2:00pm
Unitarian Universalist Bible Study
Join us for our monthly Unitarian Universalist Bible Study. We’ll have a passage from the Jewish or Christian scriptures and explore its spiritual wisdom and how it can inform our spiritual lives and relationship with God/Love. All are welcome.
Fourth Sundays of the month, 12:15-1:45pm
Introduction to Unitarian Universalism
Would you like to learn more about Unitarian Universalist beliefs? Do you have questions about what it means to be a Unitarian Universalist? Are you thinking about becoming a member of the church? Do you want to feel more connected and involved? Join Rev. Tim and Patty Bennett for this engaging introduction to our faith and this church.
Work for Justice
Faith and Film Series: The Suffragists (Las Suffragistas)
The Suffragists tells the story of Eufrosina Cruz, an indigenous woman in the state of Oaxaca, Mexico. In 2008, her right to vote and run as Municipal President of her community was denied on the grounds that indigenous customary laws prohibit women from participating in electoral processes. After a long battle, Eufrosina Cruz is a representative in Mexico’s federal government, and the first indigenous woman to be a member of the Congress of Oaxaca. Come learn about her political struggle, as well as Mexican women’s long fight for political power. Registration required
Facilitated by Rev. Tim Kutzmark / Thursday, August 1 at 10 am or 7 pm