Will you take part? Will you participate in the co-creation of our future?
Why do I think we need to gather in these intentional conversations? Three reasons, really.
The first is the reality that the place of religion in society is quickly shifting.
Second, the future is already upon us here at the Unitarian Fellowship of Peterborough.
Third, YOU, the community, are the only ones who have the answers.
More than 70 members and friends filled our downstairs hall on February 28th for an evening of music, laughter, performance, fellowship and celebration. (Photos.)
It seems to me that there are several ‘big issue’ conversations that need to happen here…within this beautiful community that makes up The Unitarian Fellowship of Peterborough. Such conversations, at their best, would help us to make some decisions, to move forward with some needed changes, to create a better future, and probably most importantly, to connect more deeply with one another. They would help us to know and understand the breadth of ideas, opinions, and feelings that reside among us. Such conversations would help us to build the beloved community.
The Fellowship’s Environmental Working Group is hosting a Peterborough conversation on fossil fuel divestment after the service on Feb. 15, as part of the 350.org campaign’s worldwide Divestment Day.
We are hiring a 10-hour a week Administrative Assistant. The job mixes admin, bookkeeping and communication with lots of people skills. Apply by Jan. 31st!
The Blue Horse Café, our mostly-annual talent show, winter-blahs beater and fundraiser, will be held on February 28th, 2015.
Many members and friends have taken the opportunity to give through our fall special collections. Here’s what we’ve accomplished.
UFP’s new Environmental Working Group is hosting a presentation by Julian Tennent-Riddell on fossil fuel divestment at noon on Sunday, Jan. 4th.
It’s January, the new year has turned, and … now what? Has what you were waiting for arrived? Do you feel “born away into fresh vision”?
The Fellowship has approved its 2015 budget, at a congregational meeting held after the November 30 service. The major change in the coming year is the creation of a new part-time administrator position.