Category: Committees

Community Breakfast

Want to start your Sunday with some good talk and great food? Then make plans now to join us for the exciting new FUUSN Community Breakfast on March 22 at 9:00 am.

Our hard working crew will prepare several kinds of scrambled eggs, including veggies, our … read more.

Gardening for Life – March 22

More and more gardeners are creating Nature-friendly gardens by adding one or more plants that support wildlife. Whether you are an experienced or new gardener Doug Tallamy demonstrates how to create settings that are alive and rewarding to view.

As one gardener said of Tallamy’s book … read more.

Over 60s Program

The Over 60’s sponsors Claire Willis, author, lecturer and workshop leader who will present a workshop – “Creating a Legacy from Everyday Life — How Do We Want to be Remembered?” – Sunday, March 29, 11:45 to 1:30 pm in the Chapel.

Claire writes that most … read more.

Ministry Review

Thanks to all who have come to Ministry Review meetings and/or shared your thoughts in writing! The survey will remain available through this weekend. https://fusn.org/ministerial-review-committee-congregational-survey-2020/ A link for it may also be found at fusn.org under the “Connection” tab. A Ministry Review report (without names … read more.

FUUSN Climate Task Force

Are you 100%? FUUSN Climate Task Force
If you’re a Newton resident, FUUSN’s Climate Task Force encourages you to choose the 100% renewable Eversource electric supply from Newton’s Power Choice program. We have found that many customers are unaware of the renewable mix in their … read more.

Upcoming Review of Erin Splaine’s Ministry

Many thanks to those of you who have already attended an open congregational meeting and/or filled out the ministry review survey!

There are two more meetings remaining:

·       Wednesday, February 26, 7:30 – 8:45 PM in Alliance Room

·        Saturday, February 29, 11:15-12:30 – … read more.

Over 60s Program

Exercise is Medicine  – Join us in the Chapel on February 16 at 11:45 for a Keynote presentation (with videos and animation) by Judy Foreman, a former Boston Globe columnist and author of a new book, “Exercise is Medicine-How Physical Activity Boosts Health and Slows … read more.