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JUNE WORSHIP THEME
Blessing:  The Practice of Grace  
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Jodi Ede,
Congregational Administrator
Please join us Sunday, June 10

10:30 a.m.
How to Live With Change
New Member Sunday
  
Rev. Tim Kutzmark
Katie Hymans, Director of Lifespan Religious Exploration
Pastoral Care Support for June is:
Jackie Newman
559-355-7509  
MISSION STATEMENT
 
La misiĆ³n de la iglesia Unitaria Universalista de Fresno es:
Amar inclusivamente
Crecer espiritualmente
Servir con gratitud y
Trabajar por la justicia
 
The Mission of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Fresno
is to:
Love Inclusively
Grow Spiritually
Serve Gratefully
And Work for Justice
LOVE INCLUSIVELY
HEY KIDS! Join us for the End of the Year Carnival on Sunday June 10th during Spirit School. All ages through YRUU, our high school group, will join in the festivities. Bounce house, games and prizes, face painting, a cupcake walk, and loads of fun are in store! Volunteers needed. If you are feeling young at heart, join us at Carnival. To help out, contact Espi Richart at espilives@gmail.com
 
Craft Circle: bring your arts & crafts projects, your inspiration, your ideas, your questions...join together with fellow crafty types to work on our projects. We can collaborate & inspire each other. Bring a sack lunch & your materials. Sun, June 17, 12:15-2 pm - Rm 7 Childcare will be provided upon request. Karin Livingstone klivingstone@gmail.com
GROW SPIRITUALLY
We need your junk at Chalice Camp! One of our most beloved activities is the creation of junk sculptures. Popular items include tubes of all kinds, all sizes of plastic bottles, cardboard boxes of all sizes, and anything odd or unusual. Egg cartons do not get used. Clean and safe items only. Please HOLD ON to items until June.
They can be dropped off at the RE table in the breezeway on June 10. Contact Katie Hymans at khymans@uufresno.org
SERVE GRATEFULLY
Third Sunday Food Offering Please bring your donations listed on the paper strips for the community in need surrounding Wesley United Methodist Church and the families staying at Valley Children's Hospital.  Or check out this link for items needed: http://uufresno.org/food-pantry/  .  Thanks for helping to make the world a better place! -- from Your Social Justice Coordinating Committee
 
Roadside cleanup: As part of our church's participation in the Adopt-A-Highway Program, a trash pickup will be held on Saturday, June 16. Meet at the church at 8:00 am to carpool to the site. Wear long pants and sunscreen. Hats, gloves, reflective vests, and other equipment will be provided. Must be 16 years of age or older to participate. Bob Hudgens, 473-9472
 
Have an interest in history/science of geology as it affects so much of our world? Bob Merrill's family has offered many of his professional library's books to our BookShop. Please stop by the BookShop before/after each service and look at these important books or lighter reading for plain fun.
 
U.U. Seniors will meet on Tuesday, June 19, from 10 am. until noon in the Sanctuary. Our subject is "When You Call An Ambulance," Edgar Escondido and Casey Jenkins, Directors of American Ambulance will tell us all about ambulance equipment, personnel and other important facts.
 
SUUper SUUmer SUUndays! During the summer, we run a different Spirit School program. This year's theme will be the Environment! Come teach a one-day lesson about something about the environment (climate change, growing trees, recycling -- the possibilities are endless). Choose whether you'll teach K-3rd or 4th-8th age group. Sign up at the RE table or contact Katie Hymans at khymans@uufresno.org or 322.6146.
AND WORK FOR JUSTICE
The Second Sunday Social Justice Collection recipient is Mi Familia Vota Education Fund . The organization is a national non-profit organization working to unite the Latino community and its allies to promote social and economic justice through increased civic participation. Checks should be made payable UUCF with June 2nd Sun. written as a note. Ellis Vance vev40@comcast.net
 
Join us at the week 5 rally of the Poor People's Campaign, a National Call for Moral Revival, at the Federal Building, 2500 Tulare Street Ste1501, Monday, June 11 at 4:30 pm. Week 5 theme is Everybody's Got a Right to Live - living wages, guaranteed income, housing and social services. Wear your yellow UU cap.  Ellis Vance, vev40@comcast.net .
 
Join passionate activists at the week 6 rally of the Poor People's Campaign, a National Call for Moral Revival, at the downtown Federal Building, 2500 Tulare Street Ste1501, Monday, June 18 at 4:30 pm. The theme is Challenging Our Nation's Distorted Moral Narrative - A Movement Rising Up! Wear your yellow UU cap.
Ellis Vance, UU Social Justice Team, vev40@comcast.net .
MESSAGES TO CONGREGATION
All contributions made to UUCF should be clearly noted what they are intended for.  If an unmarked contribution is received and there is a pledge-of-record, the amount will be applied to the pledge.  Any contributions made without proper identification will be listed as a "non-pledge" contribution.  Unless otherwise indicated, the date of the pledge contribution will indicate the pledge year contribution is applied to.
 
Please note that our new pledge cycle will not begin until July 1, 2018 . When making a pledge contribution, please clearly indicate which fiscal year it is for (fy 17-18 or fy 18-19). FY 18-19 contributions will be posted as pre-paid contributions up until June 30, 2018 and will then be properly applied towards the fy 2018-19 pledge. Jodi Ede officeuucf@gmail.com
 
From Marilyn Mann: I will be moving to Sacramento this week to be near a daughter. After almost 43 years, I will be leaving the church and the wonderful friends who have been such an important part of my life. My address will be: 601 Feature Drive, Apt. 209, Sacramento, CA 95825. Marilyn Mann, ltmann@att.net
 
Enjoy summer reading and win a free award book of your choice! Register for the Norelma Walker Youth Library Summer Reading Program! Record each book read on the chart in the library. On August 26, celebrate your reading fun with goodies and a book! Register at the Youth Library any Summer Sunday. Sharon Rossi sharonsrossi@gmail.com
 
General Assembly is the annual meeting of our Unitarian Universalist Association. Attendees worship, witness, learn, connect, and make policy for the Association through democratic process. Anyone may attend. The 2018 General Assembly will be June 20-24 in Kansas City, MO. Most General Assembly events will be held in the Kansas City Convention Center. Registration is now open https://www.uua.org/ga/registration

Estate planning ought not be delayed. Face it, none of us knows what our remaining assets will be upon our demise. So, think about using percentages. Designating your beneficiaries and assigning a percentage of your assets to each beneficiary works well and can be done at any point in your life.
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