Board of Trustees

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.

Board of Trustees: Marbles Matter

If you were in the Parish Hall on Sunday, April 8, for coffee hour you were witness to FUUSN at its finest. Our big room was a cacophony of activity, with barely enough room for all the teams and their tables to set up. Young … read more.

Board of Trustees

A Youth’s Perspective When first hearing that I was nominated for being on the church’s Board of Trustees I was surprised because I still considered myself as “new” even though I started coming to FUUSN in 7th grade.

For those of you who don’t know me, … read more.

Board of Trustees: Resolving to Listen

‘Tis the season for reflection and resolution. As I look back on 2017, my own experience was one of contradiction. Amid considerable local and global political turmoil, I enjoyed many personal and professional successes, including joining FUUSN’s Board of Trustees last Spring. One of the … read more.

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FUUSN is now an official member of the Refugee Immigration Cluster — Congratulations all!

On November 14, the Board of Trustees voted unanimously for FUUSN to join the Newton-Brookline Refugee Cluster of the Refugee Immigration Ministry (RIM). Six congregations (FUUSN, Grace Episcopal, First Baptist in Newton … read more.

Refugee Immigration Cluster

FUUSN is now an official member of the Refugee Immigration Cluster. Congratulations all!

On November 14 the Board of Trustees voted unanimously for FUUSN to join the Newton-Brookline Refugee Cluster of the Refugee Immigration Ministry (RIM). Six congregations (FUUSN, Grace Episcopal, First Baptist in … read more.

Board of Trustees

Mindful of November’s theme of Truth, I’ve been reflecting on what keeps me connected to FUUSN. For one, I’m thankful for our differences because it has helped me to grow.

Some express regret about a lack of diversity in our community. My interest lies in how … read more.

From the Board: Safe Congregations

FUUSN needs to be safe.

For many of us, probably most of us, it feels like a sanctuary from the pressures of daily life, where we feel accepted, where we can express ourselves freely, where we feel sure that our children will be protected and nurtured.

But … read more.

Newton Refugee Immigration Ministry

At Sunday’s Special Congregational Meeting, Lynn Holbein and Richard Bail presented an invitation to FUUSN from the Newton Refugee Immigration Ministry to join a cluster of churches and synagogues assisting asylum seekers.

The Board is happy to announce that Lynn has received 35 signatures from FUUSN … read more.