The Board of Trustees is excited to announce that the year-long revision to our Policy book is now complete. This most recent revision reflects the board’s lived experience of policy governance over the last three years. For those who are not familiar with the term policy governance, this is a formal structure of governing that […]
Sunday’s homily from Rev. Sean about how we respond to harm in our society, how we make amends for the harm that we cause, and how restorative justice offers a different response, might have reminded longer-term members that we have experienced misconduct from former religious professionals, that relationships have been lost in the aftermath, and that some […]
If you judge a meeting by its agenda, September’s board meeting did not appear to have blockbuster potential.
Greetings from your Board of Trustees, who are digging into the work of the new board year with virtual meetings and real-life excitement about the board goals we have agreed upon for this year.
We had wonderful turnout for our annual meeting this year; thank you to everyone who showed up and participated. If you missed it, you can find the slideshow here. We shared a LOT of information, and apologize for not having sufficient time for questions and comments. We have scheduled a Q&A session for Friday, June 26 from 11:30-1 in Zoom Room 5…
Your Board of Trustees invites you to join us at our FIRST EVER ALL-VIRTUAL congregational meeting Sunday, June 14 at 11 a.m.!
The Board met on March 25 to discuss possible next steps in our building expansion project, and we want to share our thinking with you.
When Governor Polis declared a state of emergency earlier this week, there were a lot of us still trying to decide – is this an emergency?
Foothills Unitarian Church will convene its annual meeting of all members on June 2, 2019 at 12:30 pm.
On Sunday, Feb. 10, at 12:45 pm, there is a special congregational meeting in the Sanctuary, with the sole agenda item of voting on the the Board of Trustees’ recommendation to call Rev. Sean Neil-Barron into covenant with the congregation as our associate minister.