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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.



Caring for One Another

Sunday, May 29, 2016 at 9:30 am and 11:00 am

Rev. Dr. Beth Johnson & the Caring Committee

We will explore how we care for one another in our multigenerational community. 

The Panama Papers & Tax Avoidance

Sunday, May 29, 2016 at 9:30 am

Susan Walker, Moderator

ANNUAL CONGREGATIONAL MEETING

SUNDAY JUNE 5, 2016 AFTER THE SECOND SERVICE 

Checking in of members to start at approximately 12:15. 

Our Annual Meeting is where we do the business of our congregation. We elect new Board and Committee on Ministry members, approve the budget, vote on resolutions, receive year-end updates, and service awards are given.

You don’t want to miss the opportunity to participate in this vital aspect of congregational life. If you have been a member for sixty days as of June 5 you are eligible to vote, but we do encourage friends and interested folks to attend. Participating in this aspect of our congregational polity is a significant part of Unitarian Universalism that reflects our 5th Principle – the use of the democratic process in our congregations.

If you are a member and cannot attend the meeting, you may ask another member to carry your proxy. Proxies will be available on the patio between services on May 29, and June 5.

Please look at the proposed resolutions on Reproductive Justice and Black Lives Matter. There have been opportunities for members and friends to give input into the drafts. Following great discussions, and input that has been incorporated into the drafts, these final drafts will be submitted for an up or down vote.  Copies of the Resolutions can be found on the patio between services, and below.

Tamales will be sold between services and after the second service. (If you cannot afford a tamale, the cost will be covered for you - just let Rev. Beth know.)

Meet and Greet No-Host Luncheon

Thursday, May 26, 2016 at 12:30 pm

Olive Garden, 1884 Marron Rd, Carlsbad, 760.434.1016

Please join other UUs for a daytime opportunity to get together for food and conversation. We welcome newcomers! RSVP is not required.  For information about special dietary needs, please telephone the restaurant.

Meet & Greet lunches are held at a local restaurant on the last Thursday of each month from January through October, with one winter holiday lunch in November or December to be announced in the fall. 

To reach Olive Garden, from Route 78 or Vista Way take Jefferson Blvd. south and go left on Marron Rd.  Then turn left at Monroe St. and turn left again into the shopping mall.  Olive Garden is on your left. 

Please watch for updates via e-mail, and look for a poster plus handouts with map on the patio on Sundays in May.  For more information, contact Diane Lockhart at 760.630.4187 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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Vista, CA 92081-7423

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