Pacific Unitarian Universalist Fellowship PUUF 820 Alameda Avenue Astoria - Oregon
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PUUF Board: 2014 -2015
Allison Wilski
Vice President:
Cameron Brister
Kate Summers
Peggy Coreson
At Large:
Coralie Crayne
Craig Holt
Emily Nelson
Team Leaders:
Kit Ketcham
Sunday Service:
June Baumler
Arline LaMear
Allison Wilski
Craig Holt
Sunday School:
Connie Moore
Craig Holt
The Larger Movement:
Unitarian Universalist
Pacific NW District
Mailing Address:
PO Box 1319
Astoria, OR 97103
Sunday Services are held weekly thoughout the year at 11:00 a.m. with a social hour to follow.
Sunday March 1:
Seth Tichenor will give a presentation entitled
"The Meaning and Philosophical Significance of Religious Tolerance"
Seth Tichenor has pursued advanced degrees in Philosophy and Theology from the University of Hawaii-Manoa and Boston College. He has been teaching for 19 years including the University of Hawaii, Oregon State, Concordia University, Linfield College, and a number of community colleges including Clatsop Community College. Seth is a co-founder of Philosofarian, an ongoing project that aims to make philosophical life relevant to everyone everywhere.
Nancy Cook will be the lay leader, Kathleen Adams will provide refreshments and Anne Gant will be the greeter
Sunday March 1:
UU101 class
Visitors who are interested in learning more about Unitarian Universalism and meeting new friends in the congregation are invited to register for Rev. Kit Ketcham's
UU 101 class, coming up on March 1, after the service and social hour. This two hour class includes sharing our religious/spiritual journeys, learning more about UU principles, sources and history, and having a chance to ask questions about our liberal faith. Please call or email Kit to let her know of your interest: or
503-717-5027. Karen Beck, membership chair, will also participate.
Saturday March 14:
Languages of Love: Healing and Recovery
An addiction's conference, put on by the PNWD Addiction's Ministry Project, will be held at the Olympia UU Congregation on Saturday March 14 from 9 am to 4 pm. Uses of the languages of love will be explored - from twelve-step and other recovery models - to meet the challenges of addiction and mental illness in our congregations while staying true to our UU values. Breakout groups will provide tools for using a language of love in challenging situations, including Companionship Training, Having Difficult Conversations and Ministry to Youth. More information can be found here.

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