St. Cloud Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
10:30 a.m. Sunday, October 6th: “Land Stewardship and Access to Land for American Tribes” Speaker: George Boody
The Land Stewardship Project’s values and mission includes racial
justice and gender equality in our communities. George will talk about
Land Stewardship Project’s recent vision and commitment on how to gift
farmland it owns to tribal groups in Minnesota This land was unjustly
taken from tribes by government treaties in the past.
UUF Soup & Bread - Fellowship Hall
10:30 a.m. Sunday, October 13th: “Raising Our Consciousness - Addressing White Supremacy
Please join us for a panel discussion of SCUUF members that have
attended the Midwest Leadership School and UUA General Assembly. They
will share and reflect on UUA leadership recommendations that local UU
fellowships continue to explore white supremacy culture’s influence on
us as individuals and as a faith organization.
10:30 a.m. Sunday, October 20th: “This isn’t going according to plan”
What do you expect in life? What is expected of you? As humans, we are
going to have expectations. Some people see them as the root of
resentment. Others suggest they are the foundation of greatness. Join
us as we examine some of the surprising ways expectations influence us
and our world.
10:30 a.m. Sunday, October 27th: “Many Cultures Honor Their Dead”
Individuals are welcome to bring photographs or mementos of people or
pets who have passed. This is a way to honor those who have been
significant in our lives.
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|Emergency Notification Plan
When it is necessary to cancel a Sunday Service due to inclement weather or other unsafe conditions, we will:
1. Send a message to everyone on the email distribution list, and when
possible, post on the Fellowship website www.uufstcloud.org and
2. Notify WJON Radio, AM1240, by phone to request that the cancellation
be announced on air and on their website:
3. Call individual members who have requested to be contacted by phone.
This option is for members who don't have ready access to email,
internet, or WJON radio.
4. If unable to accomplish 1 and 2, make phone calls to the entire directory list.
When in doubt about the weather or the event, members should check for
an email or radio message of cancellation. Use common sense and stay
home if weather or road conditions look bad.