- UU Marin Capital Campaign NEWS -
On August 28th about 45 members and friends joined the “Our Legacy, Our Turn” workshop to brainstorm how they see the future of UU Marin evolving.
Suggestions for our building and grounds ranged from the pedestrian – replace our chairs – to the practical – install an ... read more.
- Capital Campaign Presentation – Sunday, Sept. 25 -
Be sure to stay after the service this Sunday for a presentation by Capital Campaign Consultant Kay Crider!
Sunday, September 25, 12 – 1 PM in Fellowship Hall
Light refreshments provided.
Kay Crider, Capital Campaign Consultant from Stewardship for Us will present her findings. Kay is spending the entire weekend of ... read more.
- Meet the Members of the Search Committee - John Eller
I am a lifelong UU. I grew up in the All Souls church in Tulsa, moved to the San Mateo, CA fellowship with my family and then joined the Oakland, CA church and have become a member of UU Marin. I have four ... read more.
- ONGO Presentation Sunday, Sept. 11 -
Rev. Marcus Liefert
There will be a brief ONGO presentation with a Q and A at NOON in the Fireside Room.
This session will be led by Rev. Marcus and members of the Adult Spirituality Team, Ann Carden, ... read more.
- Ongo: Daily Practices in Mindfulness, Non-Violent Communication, & More -
- All-Church Retreat, Saturday, August 20 -
Please come to our annual All-Church Retreat on Saturday, August 20 at UU Marin. The retreat will run from 10 AM to dark. We will have music, crafts and workshops and a potluck lunch and dinner. Most events will be on the church grounds. Please ... read more.
- How We Will Call Our New Minister -
Our beloved Developmental Minister, Rev. Marcus Liefert, has helped us to reflect on our history, to define ourselves as a congregation and to plan for our future. As we approach the end of his time with us, we are grateful that he has prepared us ... read more.
- 2021-22 Annual Report -
- 8th Principle Discussion This Sunday -
Unitarian Universalists are encouraged to continually explore truth and, when we arrive at a new level of understanding and clarity, to reflect it in our covenant with one another. Our UU Principles were designed to be dynamic, rather than fixed or creedal. Joan Smith will facilitate a ... read more.
- Update on 8th Principle -
The Proposed Eighth Principle
“We, the member congregations of the Unitarian Universalist Association, covenant to affirm and promote:
journeying toward spiritual wholeness
by working to build a diverse multicultural Beloved Community
by our actions that accountably dismantle racism and other oppressions in ourselves and our institutions.”
Unitarian Universalists are encouraged ... read more.