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Social Justice Programming -- March 2019

Social Justice Programming -- March 2019

March 5 (Tuesday)
Nominations are due for Share The Plate 2019-20. Each year UUFG members choose 10 organizations to which to donate all undesignated offerings one Sunday each month except the month of the Pledge Drive, and December. We began taking nominations of organizations at the January congregational meeting, and congregation members will vote for their choices at the spring Annual Meeting. Donations will begin with the new fiscal year in July. Each organization must be a local 501C3 organization, and those previously funded are not automatically included again. To complete your nomination we will need, by March 5, name of organization, brief description, website, and note of how you believe it fits with UUFG principles. Please send these to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

March 10 (Sunday PM) through March 16 (Sunday AM)
Hosting Family Promise guests at UUFG. We will host families for evening dinners, overnight, and breakfasts. Please look for the table today to sign up to help by cooking, hosting dinner, or any of a myriad of other tasks!

March 11-12 (Monday-Tuesday)
UU Justice Florida 2019 Legislative Days. UUs from all over Florida will gather in Tallahassee. On March 11 the UU church in Tallahassee offers supper and programs to prepare us, and on Tuesday we will visit our State Legislators to press causes which fit our UU principles. For Program information and to Register by March 1 go to the web page UUJusticefl.org. While on that web page, consider signing up to receive Action Alerts through the UUJF Action Network.

If you are ready to get involved in one of our Social Justice Action Teams, pick up a yellow Social Justice brochure in Phillips Social Hall. to see the possibilities. We especially need volunteers right now in Pineridge neighborhood, working with children or with adults. And looking ahead in case you want to get started reading: we will be doing a Common Read of the book Justice on Earth: People of Faith Working at the Intersections of Race, Class, and the Environment.

The President's Perspective -- November, 2016

alt Dear Members,

As you know, each year the Fellowship conducts a Stewardship Drive (aka “the Pledge Drive”, or “the Annual Canvass” among others). Last year, the Stewardship Drive was a resounding success, and we received almost $20,000 more in member pledges for this fiscal year than we did for the previous fiscal year. (Once again, thank you all for your generous pledges!) [Click "Read more..." to continue]

The President's Perspective -- August, 2016

The dog days of August are upon us, but the usual slow summer months are over at UUFG, and as the month comes to a close and we pick up steam heading into fall, here’s what has been happening: [Click "Read more..." to continue]

The President's Perspective -- October, 2016

Two near misses (by tropical storm Hermine and by hurricane Matthew) have played up how wonderful it was to get a new roof installed on our buildings a few months back, along with relief as some cooler weather finally starts to filter down to Florida. Fall is in the air! [Click "Read more..." to continue]

The President's Perspective -- June 2016

Dear Members,

It is with mixed emotions that I write my last column as president. I have so enjoyed this year working with the other Board members and I am sorry to leave the Board. However, I leave knowing that the new Board is in good hands with Pete Runyan at the helm. [Click "Read more..." to continue.]

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