Author: Sam Foster

Youth Ministry at FUUSN

FUUSN Field Day a success! Fifteen youth and five chaperones traveled to Project Adventure on Sunday March 25th to participate in a fun day of team-building, leadership development, and high and low ropes course. Field day is a great opportunity for FUUSN’s middle and high school youth to connect. … read more.

Over 60’s: Save the Dates!

Save the Dates! Coming soon. Friday, April 27 thru Sunday April 29. A weekend of activities, presentations and workshops presented by Living Wisely, Dying Well. LWDW is an organization which grew out of Ellen Goodman’s Conversation Project. Watch this space for more details soon! And check out their just-launched … read more.

FUUSN Committee Updates

Listed below are some updates from FUUSN committees represented on March 10 at the Committee Chairs Meeting. If you are interested in hearing more, contact the person noted for each committee.

Nominating Committee – Julia Wolfe. This group submits names of members to hold elected office at the Annual Meeting. … read more.

Easter Egg Hunt! April 1

Children are welcome to join our nut-free Easter Egg Hunt after the service on Easter Sunday, April 1. Meet in the Parish Hall to get started!

The Lending Library Returns

Hurrah!! The lending library is coming back to coffee hours in April and May. There will also be a table for children’s RE books. Borrow a children’s book and bring it back the next week. The adult books are loaned for one month.

In April and … read more.

Music Sunday, March 25


Please join us this Sunday, March 25, for a Music Sunday service featuring Randall Thompson’s settings of six Robert Frost poems, along with the premiere of Adam Epstein’s “If You Wish” and a beautiful new piece by CreationDance.

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The Impact of War on America’s Children: A Presentation on Jan. 28

The “Over 60’s “cohort is sponsoring for all generations:

Veteran Children: The Impact of War on America’s Children 

Sunday, January 28, 2018, 12:00 – 2:00 pm. in FUUSN Children’s Chapel.

Presenter:  Susan Hackley, Managing Director of the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School.

Producer and Project Director: Veterans’ Children Project.

Susan will … read more.