Please join us for our next Sunday service on
January 12 at 10:30 a.m.
"Margaret Fuller:
America's First Feminist"
Rev. Tim Kutzmark Ti
For those interested in obtaining a digital copy of the Order of Service, look for the QR code poster as you enter the Sanctuary, on the bulletin board or scan from the cover of a neighbors printed copy. The dynamic QR code remains the same from week to week and is updated by 4pm on the Friday prior to Sunday Service with the latest Order of Service.

Violette Mullooly,
Administrative Assistant
Pastoral Care Support for December is:
Jeri Stubblefield
559-322-6146 ext. 16
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UU Women's Group.  Meet at Sylvia Woodburne's home (559-696-4720), Saturday, Jan. 18, 10:00 am. Plans for upcoming year topic for discussion; a light lunch will be served, and all are welcome. RSVP

UU Seniors. Anyone 55 or better is invited to join us on Tuesday, January 21 at 10:00 am in the Sanctuary. Saul Eskin will start us off with a check-in, where we share our reflections on the past year and the new year. After a refreshment break, Burke Zane will lead us in a discussion on "Have you ever had an experience that you would designate as spiritual?". Please join us. Contact Gail West . 559-284-5453.

Our annual gala, “Love Through the Ages”, will be held on Feb. 8th! You won’t want to miss this fun evening which will include four auctions, a delicious catered dinner, a concert, and childcare! Tickets are on sale now in the courtyard. We take cash, checks, and credit cards! We are also still in need of volunteers and donations. Contact Marlene Masten, or call 210-473-6852
Faith and Film. Wed, Jan 15, 10am OR 7pm.  Join Rev. Tim for a screening and discussion of the film AWAKE, A Dream from Standing Rock. The Water Protectors at Standing Rock captured world attention through their peaceful resistance. While many may know the details, AWAKE, A Dream from Standing Rock captures the story of Native-led defiance that forever changed the fight for clean water, our environment and the future of our planet. Childcare provided upon request. Register by emailing . Online registration available in January.

UU Men's Fellowship Dinners will resume for the church year beginning Friday January 17 at 6:30pm at the church . These dinners are open to anyone who identify as male. Potluck style sharing of food so RSVP Doug Halloran at 559-307-7154 or at . Join the fun, thought provoking conversations.

Pizza with the Pastor for Spirit School families! Sun, Jan 19 after church OR Sat, Jan 25, 5pm. Come hang out with Rev. Tim for pizza and games. For part, kids will have a special activity while adults talk with Tim, ask questions, and offer any thoughts about the church you might have. Register with Katie Hymans at so we know how much pizza to order.

Sexism, Misogyny and the Power of Patriarchy Workshop. Saturday, January 25, 9am-3pm. For thousands of years, our planet has been ruled by men--from the state level on down to even our kitchens. Patriarchy is “in the air”, and as women and men we buy into it in obvious and subtle ways. Drawing from Jung and Buddhism, Our time together will give us a chance to become more aware of this, and to exercise compassion as we continue to actively move beyond the rule of men. We’ll use pair sharing, along with group processing. Participants are encouraged to take any of the online tests at Project Implicit. Bring your own lunch/snacks. Childcare available upon request. Register at . Contact  with questions .

Introduction to Unitarian Universalism, Sunday, January 26, 12:15 – 4:00 pm (lunch included) . Do you have questions about what it means to be a Unitarian Universalist? Do you want to feel more connected and involved? Join Rev. Tim, Patty Bennett, and members of the Visitor and New Member committee for an engaging, interactive introduction to our faith and this church. To register for this class and/or to request childcare, contact Patty Bennett, Member Services Coordinator, at . 322-6146 ext.15, or 999-9709 (cell).

Imbolc is the midpoint of winter and celebrates the first stirrings of new life manifesting around us. It’s a time of transition and change and a time to test the resolutions made in winter months by turning your intention into action. Please join ECUU ( Earth Centered Unitarian Universailist ) as we celebrate Imbolc in ritual, do a guided meditation, and create a spell to embrace new beginnings and personal change. Come join us on January 31 from 7-10 pm.  Contact Cynthia Malm at or call 559-593-6195 for more information.
UU Humanists Sunday January 19 , Youth Room. Albert Ellis and Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy. 1971 Humanist of the Year. Discussion led by David Vorous. Potluck at noon, come with or without food. Discussion at 12:30. Contact Devin Carroll,  559-240-5127.

Volunteers needed! to pick the 50 orange trees behind the church.  On Saturday, Jan. 25 from 9-11 am. Fun family activity. Long sleeves, gloves and boots are advisable. Rescheduled in case of rain. Free oranges for volunteers; the rest go to the food bank. Contact Dianne Hanzlicek

This Sunday is your LAST CHANCE to submit a photo of your idea of love to be shown at our annual gala! You can bring photos to the office after the service and we will scan them and return them to you, or you can submit them directly to .
#UUTheVote in 2020! Sunday January 12, 1pm. Our religious community must speak with moral courage and act with prophetic clarity and determination in the 2020 electoral cycle. In this political moment, UUs are called to join forces with all people who want to organize our communities and our nation to #VoteLove and #DefeatHate. Join us for a national online launch to hear about the organizing plan for UU the Vote across the country, some of the strategies we'll be deploying, examples of on-the-ground work from congregations already engaging, and how you and your congregation can get involved. Childcare provided. Contact Katie Hymans at with questions .

Next Sunday! January 19th Is the food offering for the food insecure people living in the El Dorado Park neighborhood (coordinated by Wesley United Methodist Church) and the families who have children in Valley Children's Hospital. Please bring items from the food strips passed out during the 2nd Sunday church service or from this list: Thank you from the Social Justice Team.

The Wesley UMC Food Pantry will be the recipient of the January 2nd Sunday Social Justice Special Collection. The Food Pantry serves 240-300 low-income and food insecure families and individuals per month in Fresno's El Dorado Park neighborhood by purchasing food from the Community Food Bank at pennies on the dollar. Checks to UUCF with 2nd Sunday SJ Donation in the memo line. .

Make Your Voice Heard . Join Rev. Tim and the Social Justice Team on Thursday, Jan. 30 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. for #Fresno4All Mayoral Candidate Forum Fresno City College, Old Administration Building.  Check out the website and vote for your key priorities  and register here at Eventbrite:
John McCutcheon, master instrumentalist, songwriter, and storyteller - returns to Fresno Thursday January 16th, 7 PM at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Fresno. He will be joined by a talented acoustic duo - Red Tail Ring. Tickets are $25 each available at Patrick's Music, National Hardware and online at . Contact Mike Reilly 559-365-6360 or Pat Wolk, or phone 559-304-4695.
Suppose you inherited stocks in a company whose values do not align with yours. You want to get rid of it, but you’re concerned about the capital gains tax if you sell it. Consider, instead, donating it to the church. If done correctly , you can avoid paying capital gains on it. Contact the church office at 322-6146.  
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