by Rev. Sean “Some of the walls were the same. The roof was the same. Important changes had been made, but the sense of continuity which a building often comes to represent was unbroken. The continuity is one of the structure, but also of far more than that. It is a continuity of people and […]
On March 10th and 17th, the Share the Plate went to Project 31:25 whose Mission reads, “Guided by a relentless pursuit of Safety, Empowerment and Strength, we will strive to heal and restore all that the trauma from abuse has stolen….
These are the words my 3-year-old niece sometimes says on repeat: My Body My Choice! My Body My Choice!
A congregational meeting will be held on June 2 at 12:30. Along with elections, budget items and a possible vote on Kristen’s ordination will be a reveal of the site plan for the new building!
Over the past year, Foothills has been gifted by the presence of an exceptional ministerial resident, Kristen Psaki, who has supported lay leaders and teams in the newcomer ministry, justice ministry, small group ministry, and pastoral care, and whose willingness to stay with us for another year has allowed the congregation to give Rev. Gretchen Haley a long-overdue and much-deserved sabbatical these next few months.
What makes Foothills feel good? Brownies, Contra Dancing and Early Mornings?!
Foothills Unitarian Church will convene its annual meeting of all members on June 2, 2019 at 12:30 pm.
Foothills Staff share what makes them feel good. Hint Hint it includes some awesome dance songs, and tofu!?
Just in case….our TL/DRs: From Gretchen: Sabbatical starts Monday. It’s a great chance for growth and learning for us all. I love you and I’ll see you in August! From Sean: Our staff is prepared for the sabbatical and your partnership will make this important investment in the vitality of our church’s professional ministry a success. Show Up […]
In a workshop last year, the brilliant African American Music Minister Glen Thomas Rideout invited the group who had gathered — who were mostly white — to sing, and then move, and then clap together. As he did this, he said, I don’t want to hear any comments about how white people can’t clap on […]