Sunday May 28
“Remembering Our Beloveds” Our service will be a time of sharing memories and tributes to loved ones who
have died in the recent past or who have been important figures in our personal lives and/or in the life
of the Fellowship. You are invited to bring a memento or photo of your loved one and you will have
a chance to speak about that person, if you wish. Tears and laughter are both appropriate.
It is Memorial Day weekend and we will also acknowledge the service of our veterans and war dead.
Following the service, Arline will lead a discussion about disaster prepardness.
Sunday June 4
“This I Believe” is a favorite service at PUUF,
featuring several members or friends of the Fellowship who speak briefly about an issue
or concern or belief that is dear to them. We will also have our annual Flower Communion
that morning, when we bring flowers to share with each other, and honor the originator
of this ritual, the Rev. Norbert Capek, a Unitarian minister and a victim of the Holocaust.
Sunday June 11, 10:30 a.m.
The Pacific Unitarian Universalist Fellowship invites all participants in
Astoria Pride to attend
a Service of Welcome at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday morning, June 11, at the PAC. Light refreshments
will be served following a service dedicated to singing, stories, and
celebrating who we are together as loving human beings.
We'll finish in plenty of time to get to the start of the Unity March, which begins at 12:30!
This is our monthly pot-luck Sunday, so we are asked to bring finger food as our contribution. If you
don't have any to bring, come anyway. We always have plenty!
NOTE the change of location to the PAC.