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Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Franklin, NC

Sunday, June 16, 2019
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SUNDAY, June 16, 2019 at 11:00 am



Reflections

Rev. Dr. Kathryn Greysen

Rev. Kate is an ordained Science of Mind minister. She has lived all over this beautiful country of ours, and has lived in western NC for since 2010. Her full-time job is teaching Communication Studies at Haywood Community College, and the rest of her life is filled with speaking engagements and leading retreats and workshops for my business Sacred Escape Retreats & Tours (https://sacredescaperetreats.com).

Service Leader: Mary Teslow
Greeters: Mary Stone & Volunteer
Musician: Elizabeth Gordon
Choir: Mike Holland & Carla Woodmansee
Media: Gene Brown, Flowers: Henry Horton
Hosts: Henry Horton & Thorndikes

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Announcements: contact the Service Leader
For upcoming services,
click on the chalice below to view our website.

Choir Rehearsal 10 am Sunday
All Are Welcome

Blue Glass chalice

UUFF Events and Happenings
Click on the chalice to visit the UUFF website.


Mountain Voices is performing at 7:00 pm Thursday June 13th 
at The Smokey Mountain Performing Arts Center.
Tickets are $12.
Taste of Scotland and Celtic Festival June 13th - 16th

The Gathering Dinner – June 13th Organized by our Diane Fraser! Held in Tartan Hall, First Presbyterian Church in Franklin. 6:00pm until 9:00pm. Doors open at 5:00 pm. Silent Auction and 50/50 Raffle. Dinner tickets are $25 for adults, $15 for ages 12 and under. Entertainment by The Jacobites By Name. Tickets available at the Franklin Chamber of Commerce and at the Scottish Tartans Museum and Heritage Center, Inc., or call (727) 463-7347 For more information on additional Festival events go to  https://tasteofscotlandfestival.org/schedule/

Northeast Mountain Film Festival!
Dillard House, GA June 14-16, 2019

The Mountains are calling the Cinema Lovers and Film-makers to celebrate the first year of the festival in Dillard House showcasing movies from all over globe.
For the film schedule and to purchase tickets click on the link below:

https://northeastmountainfilmfestival.com/venue/dillard-house/

WNCAP AIDS Quilt display. Dedication and reception Monday - June 17 from 6-8pm.
Masonic Temple, Asheville

Summer Concert - 50th Anniversary of Stonewall Riots Friday, June 28 -
7:30 pm at the Diana Wortham Theatre
For more information go to
 http://ashevillegaymenschorus.org/index.html


Welcome Your New Board for 2019-20

Best wishes as they take office on July 1st

Officers: President: Becky Thorndike, Vice-President, Donn Erickson, Secretary: Bonnie Gramlich, Treasurer: Gene Brown  Trustees: Paul Chew, Henry Horton, Laura Loveless, Deborah Rains, Lynn Roe, Carla Woodmansee Nominating Committee: Warren Riley, Tom Reisdorph, and Robert Velarde
Thank you to everyone who attended the Annual Meeting.
Thank you also for the gift of the beautiful wind chime. - Mary

Message given at the Annual Meeting by in-coming President 

Rebecca Thorndike (June 9, 2019)

 

I used a beach ball with different panels as a prop.  Elizabeth held the ball in the middle of the room.

“This Ball.. with the different panels, everyone sees something different, some see parts of panels, some see different designs in the panels, some see the ball from underneath, from a distance, or from nearby.

This ball represents us as a Fellowship, each of us in our differences and sameness make up the fellowship. So how do we get along?

We LEARN about each other

We TALK with each other, and Listen for commonalities that we have with each other

We ACCEPT each other for who they are now, not who we want them to be

We STRIVE to understand them and they us

We LOVE them in our differences

We need to carry in our hip pocket the following Principles:

Principle #1: the inherent worth and dignity of every person

And Principle #3: acceptance of one another and encouragement to spiritual growth

May it be so and …Let’s go have fun!

Community Quilt Project
First Meeting - Sunday, July 7th - after pot luck

Marge Abel and Carla Woodmansee are planning a community quilt project to be put together by members and friends of UUFF. Each block could reflect an aspect of our UU community and even the larger community. We will use our imaginations and incorporate all skill levels.

We would like to hold our first meeting on July 7th after the Potluck.  Please feel free to let Carla Woodmansee know your thoughts and questions before then. We are excited that this will be a fun project, allowing us to strengthen the bonds that already exist between us, to create new bonds and make new friends, and to build a stronger community. It will be “sew” much fun. We’re on “pins and needles.” Click on the link below to learn about a collaborative quilt project described in UU World.

 https://www.uuworld.org/articles/congregational-quilt-project

Fellowship Contribution Campaign

We Build on Foundations We Did Not Lay

We build on foundations we did not lay

We warm ourselves by fires we did not light

We sit in the shade of trees we did not plant

We drink from wells we did not dig

We profit from persons we did not know

This is as it should be.

Together we are more than any
one person could be.

Together we can build across the generations.

Together we can renew our hope and faith
in the life that is yet to unfold.

Together we can heed the call to
a ministry of care and justice.

We are ever bound in community.

May it always be so.

Rev. Peter Raible (1930-2004)
UU Minister, Seattle, WA



It's that time of year when we look forward to funding our new Fellowship year -- our 47th!

The Contribution Form for 2019-20 is available by clicking on the chalice above.

It is also available on the website under Membership.


All contributions are greatly appreciated.


May your giving bring you joy!

Please send me your news items for the UU View by Tuesday evening.
We don't want to miss your important contributions.

Wendy Inglefield inglefwl@gmail.com or Mary Teslow at mary.teslow@gmail.com
WANT TO GET MORE INVOLVED?
 
Every Sunday is Good Neighbor Sunday!
Please leave your food donations in the basket in the Sanctuary.  It is requested that check donations be made out to "UUFFNC" with a notation for CareNet.  There is a list of Hispanic foods in the basket.  Thank you for contributing to assist the community with your caring hearts.
Stop by the Social Networking Table this Sunday after service.  
Learn about our Fellowship's programs and outreach activities. Church leaders and committee chairs are invited to use the table as another means of communicating with our members and friends.

Please visit our website at: http://www.uufranklin.org  for updates and future events. Don’t forget to refresh the page to see our latest enhancements!

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