Author: Sam Foster

Youth Teacher Application due May 8

We are accepting applications for high school youth who are interested in being Youth Teachers for the 2018-2019 school year! Youth Teachers work with adults to teach and support in FUUSN’s religious education classrooms throughout the year. This is a paid position with support and … read more.

Join the RE Teaching Team

Joining an RE teaching team is one of the best ways to meet new people at FUUSN, contribute to our community, and make meaningful connections!  Wondering if it’s a good fit for you?  Stop by the RE Table during coffee hour and speak to … read more.

Mandy Beal Ordination, April 22

Please join us for the ordination of Mandy Beal, during a very special service at FUUSN on Sunday, April 22, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. To seek and to accept ordination to the Unitarian Universalist ministry is to dedicate oneself to the redemptive power of religious … read more.

Reflect and Connect, April 22

Two years ago we convened a task force to focus on Adult Faith Development within FUUSN and how to address the unmet spiritual needs of the congregation.  This process involved conducting focus groups and having extended one-on-one interviews with FUUSN members. One of the significant … read more.

Primer on FUUSN Governance, April 29

Primer on FUUSN’s Governance & the Board’s Role. Join us on Sunday, April 29 in the Children’s Chapel, 11:30 – 12:30, refreshments served. Everyone is welcome to attend the Primer on FUUSN’s Governance & the Board’s Role:

For prospective and current leaders
For all who are curious about how FUUSN works
Followed … read more.

Last Weekend’s Seder at FUUSN

More than 50 of us attended the multi-generational FUUSN seder last night. Partaking in this shared celebration of freedom—with food, readings and song—made us feel connected, like family, peaceful, even all who came who were not Jewish … connected, close. I came to appreciate how … read more.

Celebrating the Radiance: Zambia Benefit Concert, April 8

Sunday, April 8 at 3:00 p.m., Benefit Concert at FUUSN: “Celebrating the Radiance, Wit and Humanity of Mozart” Four Mozart selections performed by Lois Shapiro’s Triple Helix Piano Trio with soprano, Ann Moss & Orchestra Without Borders, Luca Antonucci, conductor. Proceeds benefit Zambian AIDS orphans and vulnerable children’s education and health. … read more.

Musings

Upcoming at FUUSN (or FUUSN related):

April 1, 10:15 am: FUUSN service celebrating social justice, Passover, and Easter, with our annual Instant Choir sing of Handel’s Hallelujah Chorus.

April 7. Newton Open Studios on April 7th and 8th from 11:00 am til 5:00 pm.

April 8, 3:00 pm: Celebrating … read more.