Monthly Archives: June 2018

July 1 Service: “Spiritual Context”

Guest Speaker: Mary Hester Please join us for this service as we welcome our guest speaker, Mary Hester. Unitarian Universalists covenant to affirm and promote the inherent worth and dignity of every person; justice, equality and compassion in human relations; … Continue reading

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June 17 Service: “Creative Soulful Simplicity”

We are pleased to welcome Boise Fellowship’s Emmie Schlobohm & Will Smith, who will be presenting this Sunday’s service. Discussion to follow service – Topic “A continuation of the service” Unitarian Universalists covenant to affirm and promote the inherent worth … Continue reading

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June 10: “Much Ado About…”

Guest Speaker: Kenneth Watts For some individuals the unknown drives them to move back to something less anxiety producing and seemingly real. For others, not knowing causes an attitude of no longer asking questions. And, for still others, the unknown … Continue reading

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MVUUF 25th Anniversary Celebration Photos (March 4, 2018)

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MVUUF has great memories of our 25th Anniversary celebration this year, and we would like to thank all those who helped make this a wonderful event, including those who traveled a long distance to be part of the festivities. (Click … Continue reading

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REMINDER: Picnic on Saturday, June 2nd

This is an announcement to remind MVUUF members, visitors and friends of the picnic coming up soon (Saturday)! We are having a BBQ at 12:30 in Twin Falls Centennial Park; Friends of the Ogden and Pocatello UU Fellowships will join … Continue reading

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Sunday, June 2, 2018: “Buddha’s Brain”

Presenter: Robyn Romney So much has been written in past years that has exacerbated the rift between science and religion. However, recently, there has been a refreshing parallel shift in the opposite direction. Buddhist contemplative practices are particularly amenable to … Continue reading

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