November 18th Service at 3pm presents:
KENDRA FAULKNER & CHRISTINE BOESCH
Co-founders of OHgo–an outreach organization that facilitates acts of kindness in our community. www.ohgoreach.org
OHgo is committed to inspiring life-long contributors to society by facilitating acts of kindness within the community, delivering goods through a mobile service to disadvantaged families, and offering learning experiences within their local environments that encourages every individual to become a catalyst for positive change.
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Firelands, meeting in the Boardman Room of First Congregational Church, 431 Columbus Ave., Sandusky, at 3:00 pm Sunday, Oct. 21st, Sarah Tuckowski, ACLU of Ohio former Social Work Intern and Speakers’ Bureau member, will be our speaker on Voter Rights. Enter through the rear glass doors and take elevator up. Handicapped-accessible. We are a liberal religion that embraces diversity. All are welcome! FREE event.
As part of Sandusky’s Bicentennial Heritage Sundays, the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Firelands will be participating in a Block Party and Church Tour 12:30-3:30 PM Sunday, July 22, at the 1st Congregational UCC, 431 Columbus Ave. UU Fellowship members will welcome the public to their meeting space on the first floor of 1st Congregational Church and be available to answer questions about their “Uncommon Denomination.”
3:00 PM Sunday, April 8
our speaker will be
Executive Director of Erie County’s CASA program
Everyone is welcome. Please join us!
ANNUAL MEETING and POTLUCK
3:00 PM SUNDAY, MAY 20
in the Boardman Room, first floor
1st Congregational UCC
We will begin at 3:00 with the ANNUAL MEETING at which the Board will present its ideas for the coming year
and take a vote of the Membership on those proposals. The Board has discussed the idea of meeting at 3:00 on THIRD Sundays next season and asks that the Fellowship consider this possibility before the May meeting so that any conflicts or counter proposals can be presented before we take our vote.
The POTLUCK will follow immediately after the meeting. The Fellowship will provide tableware. Please BYOB and a dish to share with the group.
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Firelands, meeting in the Boardman Room of First Congregational Church, 431 Columbus Ave., Sandusky, at 3:00 pm Sunday, February March 11, will be hosting Matt Westerhold, Managing Editor of the Sandusky Register, speaking on “Make America Great Again.” Enter through the rear glass doors and take elevator up. Handicapped-accessible. We are a liberal religion that embraces diversity. All are welcome!
Dear Fellowship Members–
The memorial service for Fellowship member Jim Marshal will take place 2:00 PM SUNDAY, JANUARY 14, at Kendal in Oberlin–the same day as our regular service. To free folks who are interested in attending the service for Jim, we have decided to cancel our service that day in Sandusky. We hope to reschedule our speaker Julie Didelot for later in the spring.
Holiday Service & Potluck
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10
Weʼll gather at 3:00 pm, the service will begin at 3:30 and the potluck will follow at about 4:00. Please BYOB and a dish to share. The church allows alcoholic beverages.
Holiday Family Outreach
Again this year our Fellowship will be providing gift cards for teens whose families are being assisted by the local VOA. Profits from our Fair Trade coffee sales make up only a portion of the funds necessary for this program to continue. If you would like to make a donation, please write your check to the UU Fellowship of the Firelands, “FAMILY OUTREACH” on the memo line, and bring it with you to the holiday party. If you can’t join us for the party, please mail your check to our treasurer–
Retired minister, writer, and publisher (and fan favorite) Rob Smith returns with another intriguing talk entitled “Ignoring Your Limits.” on Sunday, November 12th at 3:00 pm in the Boardman Room of the First Congregational United Church of Christ in Sandusky, Ohio. Please enter through the rear glass doors and take the elevator up to the first floor.
Everyone is welcome. We are a liberal religion that embraces diversity.