“Unitarian Universalists share a religious conviction that history is a human project in which we are both the changers and the changed.”

-Rev. Richard Gilbert

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If you are looking for a spiritual home here in North San Diego County, Palomar Unitarian Universalist Fellowship has a lot to offer both the heart and the mind. Start with engaging and thought provoking worship, religious education for both adults and children, opportunities for social action, and top it off with a community of caring, curious and compassionate people.

We invite you to learn more about what makes this Unitarian Universalist congregation such an important part of the lives of its members. Please join us for our Sunday service and other congregational events that appeal to you. We look forward to meeting you.

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Leading by Being

Rev. Nate Walker, Guest Speaker

Sunday, February 1, 2015 at 9:30 and 11:00 am

Our guest speaker, Reverend Nate Walker says, "We, as one strong body, are required to lead by being. When we feel the impulse to be the interrogator we must choose to be the generator of visions larger than ourselves. When we feel the impulse to be enraged we must accept the invitation to be empathetic and no longer make people the object of our aggression. When we feel the impulse to be furious we must be curious. When we feel the impulse to be righteous we must transform our soapbox into a music box. Let us dare to be powerfully playful.”

Reverend Nate Walker is the Community Minister for Religion and Public Life for the Church of the Larger Fellowship. In 2009, he delivered the John Murray Distinguished Lecture and in 2011 participated in the Minns Lectures. His sermon on the intersection of religion and politics became the basis for a book he co- edited, Whose God Rules? Is the United States a Secular Nation or a Theolegal Democracy? (Palgrave Macmillan 2011). Tony Blair wrote the foreword and Cornel West calls it “provocative and pioneering.” Reverend Nate recently published Exorcising Preaching: Crafting Intellectually Honest Worship. 

State of the Union

Sunday, February 1, 2015, at 9:30 am

Susan Walker, Moderator

Meet and Greet No-Host Luncheon

Romano’s Macaroni Grill, 2655 Vista Way, Oceanside, 92054

Thursday, January 29, 2015 at 12:30 pm

Join other UUs on the last Thursday of the month for a daytime opportunity to get together with others in the congregation for food and conversation. We welcome newcomers! Macaroni Grill is located next to Barnes and Noble, north of Highway 78 and west of El Camino Real.

Please watch for updates via e-mail, and look for a poster plus handouts with map on the patio on Sunday January 25. 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. .

Annual Auction Spaghetti Dinner & Poetry

Saturday, February 21, 2015 from 5:00 - 8:00 pm

$15.00 at the door

Our Spaghetti Dinner is almost here!  Join us for this fun auction event on February 21st. Homemade spaghetti will be served, with both vegetarian and meat sauce, salad, bread and dessert. You bring your homemade poetry or other favorite poems to read or have read by Dick Eiden and Bruce Thompson.  Call Metje Saffir at 760-744-6583 to reserve your place.

Hands of Peace 2015

July 9 - 27, 2015 in Carlsbad

"HOP has completely changed my views. I now see conflicts as human struggles, not faceless battles far from me. Peace isn't an idea, a dream anymore, it's a necessity.”

-Alyssa, (age 15) American Summer Program participant

Hands of Peace (HOP), a unique interfaith program developing peace-building and leadership skills in Israeli, Palestinian, and American teens through the power of dialogue and personal relationships, is now accepting applications for new summer program participants and enthusiastic host families.

The program will take place from July 9 - 27, 2015, at The Pacific Ridge School in Carlsbad.  If you would like to learn more about Hands of Peace, please consult our website at www.handsofpeace.org.  Applications can be found on the website under the Applications tab. 

To learn more about becoming a program participant, contact Eileen Maurer at the Fellowship, or contact Scott Silk at 773-620-9731.  For more information about becoming a host family, contact Tamara Kabban-Miller at (619) 375-8538.  

 

Palomar Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

1600 Buena Vista Drive
Vista, CA 92081-7423

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