10 A.M. SUNDAYS / 1515 TRUMBLE CREEK KALISPELL

Services and Events October 2019    


GUUF 2019 Calendar:   
–10/6  First Sunday Circle topic: Democracy, led by Sandy Alessi
The United States is a republic rather than a democracy because our founding forefathers feared the tyranny of the majority.  Justice is the ultimate purpose of democracy and republic so let’s explore the relationship between our democracy (republic) and justice.

–10/9  GUUF Board Meeting 6:30 All are welcome! 

–10/13  “Clearing Clutter as a Sacred Act” led by visitor Carolyn Koehnline, LMHC from the Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship.  

Workshop after the service to explore clearing clutter in more detail.

–10/20 Diversity in our Community  
led by the Social Action Committee

–10/27  “Manifest Kinship” led by Jack Gladstone.   Jack is a well-known Blackfeet singer and storyteller.   There will be a “share the plate” that day to benefit Essential Eats Distributing for our charity of the month.  They distribute food to the Blackfeet Nation, as well as homeless and under served students in Missoula’s high schools.

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For Parents:

10/6: World of Wonder lesson “Decompostion” with Julie & Charlotte 
10/13: “Love Surrounds Us” with Kaye & Jenn 
10/13: R.E. Ice Cream Social to gather families for Fall Religious Education classes. 10/20: “Who Will Help?” with Charlotte & Kaye
10/27: “Love Surrounds Us Sharing” with Julie & Jenn

For more information contact Charlotte Streit at streitevans@gmail.com

For more information contact Charlotte Streit at streitevans@gmail.com

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Right Relations Covenant of the

Glacier Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

Approved May 20, 2018

  • Share gratitude and joy whenever possible. Shine your light! 
  • Look for the best in everyone assuming their actions are based in positive intentions. 
  • Maintain a sense of humor.
  • Actively listen and allow others to express their ideas and opinions.
  • Respect confidentiality and notice boundaries that are different from yours.
  • Practice patience and compassion (rather than judgment) with your fellow humans as we all have our moments. 

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Samaritan House

Would you like to help? 
To all who are interested in helping with Samaritan House suppers: we have had good success with the meals so far. We would like to involve teens and preteens. This will be a commitment of our fellowship to provide outreach and help to the folks who find themselves homeless. Signing up to help is easy.  Follow this link:
https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090449afae2fa1fa7-samaritan
-Chris Holdhusen 
Please contact us
Office Administrator’s Contact Information:info@guuf.org  
Additionally, you may call and leave a message at the office
(406) 755-9255