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-Rev. Richard Gilbert

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It is a pleasure to welcome you to Palomar Unitarian Universalist Fellowship! Palomar UU Fellowship is a member congregation of the Unitarian Universalist Association. We are a vibrant and dynamic multigenerational community. All are welcome regardless of age, race, sexual orientation, or abilities. There is a spirit of joy and compassion here, as members and friends share their journeys and joys and sorrows. The congregation enjoys music and movement, the pursuit of depth of mind and spirit, fellowship and friendship. Because we understand ourselves, not as isolated beings but intimately interconnected as a community and with the wider world, we are committed to fostering compassion, peace, and justice.

As Unitarian Universalists we commit ourselves to covenantal relationships in which we strive to bring about the Beloved Community – in other words, to nurture the spirit and help heal our world.

If you are looking for a liberal religious community please come and visit soon.

The Power of Presence

Sunday, June 26, 2016 at 9:30 am and 11:00 am

Rev. Jason Cook, Guest Speaker

In these busy and troubled times, what does it mean to truly be present to each other? How do we build on this foundation to offer transformation to the world? Rev. Jason Cook, the newly settled minister of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Fullerton, will explore the core of building community through understanding our foundational Unitarian Universalist theology. 

Transportation Sales Tax Hike

Sunday, June 26, 2016 at 9:30 am

Susan Walker, Moderator

Meet & Greet No-Host Luncheon

Thursday, June 30, 2016 at 12:30 pm

Nucci’s Italian Café & Pizza
1580 S Melrose Dr # 108, Vista, CA 92081, (760) 598-1005
Directions:  Nucci’s is in the shopping center just across Buena Vista Drive from the Palomar UU Fellowship.

Meet & Greet provides a monthly daytime opportunity to meet and talk with others in the congregation.  RSVP is NOT required.  For special dietary needs, please contact the restaurant.  Please arrive on time.  If you will need to leave early, please consider paying with cash, as payment by credit card takes longer.  Please consider leaving a tip if gratuity is not included in the bill. 

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General Assembly 2016

The UUA invites member congregations to participate in the 2016 General Assembly (GA).

Thousands of UUs from around the country (and world) gather together in community for this conference and business meeting. 
Where: Columbus, Ohio at the downtown Convention Center.

When: The GA meets for five days from Wednesday, June 22 to Sunday, June 26.

What: GA is an amazing experience for all who participate. There is a massive array of day and evening events, workshops, worship services and musical performances, social justice witnessing, UUA bookstore, youth celebrations, exhibits, business meetings (plenaries) and much more! Last year 18 PUUFers (4 delegates), with Rev. Beth, went to Portland, OR for a whirlwind of activities. 

Information: Details on registration and fees, city of Columbus, OH at online www.uua.org/ga. GA Housing Reservation System and affordable housing availability (dorms, UU hosts, etc.) explained by GA Planning Committee at www.uua.org/ga/travel. Expenses can be high, but there are opportunities such as volunteering (pays registration), grants and scholarships, or sharing housing with roommates. The off-site online delegate option allows staying home and participating in the voting and discussing issues. Interested? Contact Rev. Beth, a Board member or me (Jennifer White, PUUF Denomination rep.). Personal note, I need one female roommate for reserved hotels at both assemblies. Hotel reservations for GA housing began March 1.

Hope to see you at GA! 


Palomar Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

1600 Buena Vista Drive
Vista, CA 92081-7423

Tel: 760-941-4319
Fax: 760-941-4523
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