In the little things: November 2022 Series Invitation

When my kids were little, one of the things that used to annoy me was when one of them would be pushing my buttons in public, and I’d be visibly struggling with them, and then a stranger would walk by and say to me, “you’re going to miss it someday.”  I’d be like, miss what? Will I miss […]

The Building Bulletin: October 2022

The news about our new building this month is concrete. We’ve had two con concrete pours, creating the footings and a stem wall for the foundation. First, forms are built, and rebar is installed. Every intersection between horizontal and vertical rebar is wired together to keep it from spreading.  Before concrete is poured, the structural […]

Until All of Us Are Free: Intersectionality at Foothills

Intersectionality is a phrase coined by Black feminist Kimberle Crenshaw, an American civil rights advocate and leading scholar of critical race theory. Intersectionality acknowledges the links between and among injustices and the ways that different identities and experiences co-exist within people – so that queer justice is Black justice is climate justice is immigration justice. […]

Music Newsletter: October 2022

Hello again! October is a big month for music at Foothills! The Foothills Choir will sing this Sunday for the first time this year. The choir will be joined by our new choral accompanist, Hsin-Hsuan Lin, who will be at the piano during both services. Be sure to say hello after the service! This Sunday, […]

October 2022 Board Update to the Congregation

At our last board meeting on the first Thursday of October the board approved receiving and publishing the long-awaited Foothills Unitarian History book. We have all perused the draft and it is a remarkable narrative of our 125 year history. We also finalized our goals for the 2022-2023 board-year and we wanted to share these […]

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