(10 am unless otherwise specified)
March’s Theme – Forgiveness
March 1 – Greg Grallo, morning message, Cathy Reich, service leader
March 8 – Touchstones service coordinated by Mary Nordhagen – Where do we feel the need to forgive, and where do we feel the need to be forgiven?
March 15 – Sara Berndt, morning message, followed by third Sunday potluck
March 22 – TBA
March 29 – Gabe Marmon and Max Berndt, followed by “State of the Fellowship” meeting
UUFM Dates of Interest
All events are free and held at the Fellowship house unless otherwise noted and all are welcome.
Weekly – Tuesdays, 6:30 – 8:30 pm, Youth Group, Upstairs at the Fellowship House. All youth grades 6-12 are welcome.
Thursday, March 12, 5:15-7:30 pm, monthly Fellowship housekeeping. Food provided! Come for as much of the time that works for you, and help keep this a clean, inviting place to be. We’re also going to be trying to do some cleaning out of extra items that have been collected over the years.
Saturday, March 14, noon, Vegan Potluck. (Second Saturday of each month). All are welcome and encouraged to bring vegan dishes to share.
Monday, March 16, 6:30 pm, Eclectic Readers meets at the home of Karen Ladanye to discuss March. Discover the inside story of the Civil Rights Movement through the eyes of one of its most iconic figures, Congressman John Lewis. March is the award-winning, #1 bestselling graphic novel trilogy recoounting his life in the movement, co-written with Andrew Ayudin and drawn by Nate Powell.
Wednesday, February 19, Board of Trustee meeting, 6:30 pm.
Sunday, March 22, Craft Fair, after Service. The UU Teen Group is holding a craft fair on March 22 to raise funds for teen group activities. They are looking for craft donations. Have you made anything you would be willing to sell for the fundraiser? Please label all donated items with prices of $30 or less and bring them to any youth group member or one of the teen leaders – Sara Berndt, Rachel Nordhagen or Maggie Marmon. Donations will be collected through Sunday, March 15th.
Thursday, March 26, Faith Community Seeks Sustainability, 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm, University of Montana Campus, Gallagher Business Building Room 122. Event is free and open to the public. Panelists are from Faith and Climate Action, Emmaus Campus Ministry, Montana Interfaith Power & Light and UUFM (Greg Grallo).
Sunday, March 29, State of the Fellowship Meeting following the morning service. Please plan to stay after service on March 29 to hear from the Board of Trustees concerning the stewardship of the Fellowship’s resources:
- The financial health of the Fellowship – looking forward to this spring’s pledge drive, how are we doing?
- The Fellowship house – what maintenance needs to be done?
- The congregation itself – listed last but not least, instead the reason for the assets the Fellowship holds are to support the people.
The Board needs to hear from you as we set priorities and work on next year’s budget!
Looking Ahead, Saturday, April 18, Clark Fork River Cleanup, 10 am – 1 pm (including barbecue lunch!). Plan to join a group from UUFM, sign up sheet at the Fellowship.