Light refreshments and Childcare Provided We ask all members to attend, particularly so that we will have a quorum for voting purposes. Two meetings a year are required by our Bylaws–a semi-annual and an annual meeting. We will conduct the business of the Society, affirm new committee members, vote to elect new members forRead More →
It’s official!! Jordinn Nelson Long has accepted the position of Minister and was nearly unanimously voted in by the congregation!! Congratulations!!
Please watch the video of Jordinn’s first service below.
Saturday, May 14, from 9:00am-10:30am, at the corner of Church and Main Streets in Fairhaven. We will supply bags, rakes, rubber gloves and refreshments. Feel free to bring your own work gloves. It will be low tide, but you may still want to wear shoes that can get damp/wet. For more information, contact Bob Rocha,Read More →
Dear Members and Friends, The Ministerial Search Committee (MSC) is thrilled to introduce you to our candidate for settled ministry, Jordinn Nelson Long! Jordinn possesses the skills and talents our congregation requested, as reflected in the survey and cottage meeting results. Jordinn’s sermons are extraordinarily well written, thought provoking and inspirational. A highly effective communicator,Read More →
Chocolate and Flowers Auction May 1st – Sign-up at Coffee hour or on our FB page (UUSF Women’s Alliance) during the month of April or contact Cathy Burton or Laurie Despres of the Women’s Alliance regarding creating/donating an item to auction.
Renters, low-income consumers, and homes without enough sun are effectively locked out of the market for rooftop solar panels. The Solstice Initiative (www.solsticeinitiative.org), a Boston-based not-for-profit organization, is changing that. If you are interested in reducing your energy bill and supporting solar power, find out how you can take advantage of the solar farm recentlyRead More →
The New England Peace Pagoda (www.newenglandpeacepagoda.org), an initiative of the Nipponzan Myohoji Buddhist Order, has embarked on in its 15th annual Walk for a New Spring, and is walking for peace through Fairhaven on their way to Washington, DC. The 8-week Walk began on March 4, 20l6 at the Peace Pagoda in Leverett, Massachusetts. TheRead More →
The UUSF Annual Stewardship Drive for 2016/17 will begin Sunday, March 13 with the Stewardship Kickoff Luncheon. Please join us after the Worship Service to enjoy fine food & good company. Childcare and pizza in Harrop Center. Come and show your support and commitment!
Liberté, Egalité, Intendance or Freedom, Equality, Stewardship
The planters on the steps of the Green St. entrances will need flowers once the weather gets warmer. If anyone is interested in planting and maintaining these pots, please contact Beth Kelley at 508-758-6311. Thank you!
As a follow-up to his presentation of a timeline titled “A Brief History of Earth”, Jack Dean, of the Men’s Fellowship, is planning to host a 5-week on-line course on “Big History”. Conceived by Australian professor of history David Christian, the “Big History Project” (BHP) is free and available on the internet. Composed of aRead More →