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Empathy: The Practice of Understanding 

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Jodi Ede,
Congregational Administrator
Please join us Sunday, July 8

10:30 a.m.
"Who Do You Hate?"    
Rev. Tim Kutzmark
Katie Hymans, Director of Lifespan Religious Exploration
Pastoral Care Support for July is:
Kathleen Garabed
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
All-Church Potluck to welcome the new members who have joined our church in 2018. Sunday, July 8, at 5:30 pm. Everyone is invited! The theme is: Coming to America! A celebration of our ethnic backgrounds. Please bring a dish that represents a culture you identify with or admire. Please text or email me with your ethnic background to help us decorate! Vicki Young, , 417-532-0291.

UU Women's Group will meet at Adriana Slaniceanu's home, 8408 N. Sixth St., (559)387-0511, July 21, 10:00 am. Discussion subject will be decided later. Bring books for exchange. Light lunch. RSVP 696-4720 or to Adriana
Faith and Film: War, Loss and the Gold Star Children Join Rev. Tim on Thursday, July 19 [Morning Session (10 am - noon) or Thursday Evening Session: (7 pm - 9 pm)] to watch and discuss Gold Star Children, a documentary film about child survivors of war casualties, written and directed by Mitty Griffis Mirrer, a gold star child herself. The film is a first-person narrative told through the eyes of a nine-year-old girl, who lost her father in the Iraq war, and the adult-children survivors of the Vietnam War. We'll then discuss the intertwined realities we all face-love, loss, and grief-that are complicated by issues of war and the American culture of violence. Registration is required. Childcare is available. Call or email Katie Hymans at (559) 322-6146 or
UU Humanists. "Pacifism for Peace and Justice, a History". Conscientious objection. Antiwar demonstrations. Outlawing war with international treaties. Non-violent direct action for justice. How do these interrelate? All are welcome on July 15 in the Youth Room. Noon potluck, come with or without food. 12:30 discussion with Devin Carroll. Contact Devin,, 559-240-5127.  
Volunteers needed for the all-church potluck on July 8. Join a team to help set up the sanctuary after the church service, to help decorate and set tables starting at 4:30, or to take tablecloths home to wash after the potluck. Or volunteer to record a soundtrack of ethnic music to play in the background during dinner. Contact Vicki Young at to make arrangements.
Ushers needed : If you are new to the church and want to get to know people or you are social and want to be involved, consider becoming an usher one or more Sunday's a month. There are 2 openings for the second and 2 openings for the third Sundays of the month. If you are interested, contact Judy Parker at 559-252-4959 or   
The Social Justice 2nd Sunday Collection recipient for July is The Insight Garden Party which facilitates gardening and landscaping training so that people in prison can reconnect to self, community, and the natural world. Participants learn vocational skills that can translate to employment after release. Donations will go to the Avenal State Prison program. For more information on the organization go  to

Social Justice Team meeting on July 22 in the Youth Room . Prior to the meeting will be a potluck at 12:00 pm; please bring a dish to share. Team Meeting begins promptly at 12:30 pm. Everyone is welcome to attend. Ellis Vance
Join the conversation at the next UUJM (Unitarian Universalist Justice Ministry) Roundtable - an online webinar: At the Border: Justice Advocates. Monday, July 9, 2018 at 7pm. Register at Additional information is available at
Betsy Temple was recently in a car accident and suffered many injuries which have deemed skilled nursing as a necessity. She has received and is grateful for an outpouring of love and support. However, this is going to be a healing journey. She would greatly appreciate cards of support and visits if pre-arranged. Her mailing address is currently: Horizon Health Care c/o Betsy Temple, 3034 Herndon Ave, Fresno, CA 93720 and Betsy's phone number is (559) 321-0883.
We have a new printer/copier in the office work room. If you have church related documents to print, you may want to contact the office to insure one of the staff members are available to assist since the functions are different than our previous machine. Please remember to fill out the usage chart on the wall for appropriate billing of printing costs.
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.

You don't have to be a millionaire to make a difference in the world. A charitable gift in your will or trust is always appreciated. You can designate a dollar amount or a percentage. And you can change your mind, if you need to.
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