Author Archives: FUUSE

FUUSE Facility Renovations, 2018-2019

To the FUUSE community:

The capital campaign is complete, and plans are moving forward for renovating our space. We have raised more than $100,000 above our target campaign goal and expect to have enough money received to start construction in the spring of 2019. Members … read more.

Our Website Has a New Look!

The new ExeterUU.org

FUUSE has launched an upgrade to our web site. We hope you like it!

We are now using a “look and feel” which was developed by the Outreach Team at the UUA. Please check it out, and look around at the new menu structure … read more.

Small Group Ministry

Small Group Ministry

“People come to church longing for, yearning for, hoping for … a sense of roots, place, belonging, sharing and caring. People come to a church with a search for community, not committee.” — Glenn Turner

A different way of doing church

FUUSE Small Group Ministries … read more.

How to Do Stuff in Elvanto

Two Minute How-To Videos

Here is a collection of short videos to help you get started in FUUSE’s Elvanto church management system.
Check back occasionally to find new videos.

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Messages for your Group in Elvanto

Edit Your FUUSE Directory Profile

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The FUUSE Retreat Summer 2018 – Sept 7 – 9

The Retreat is Back!!!! Save the Date – September 7-9
Mark your calendars now for this great FUUSE  tradition! We had ten fun years, a year off last year, and now the Retreat is back!!! This year’s retreat will be the weekend of September 7-9,  at Camp … read more.

New Membership Database

 

FUUSE has selected a service named Elvanto (www.elvanto.com) to help keep us organized and communicating effectively.

Elvanto is a full-featured church membership and communications management database system. It has tools for managing groups and events and processes and volunteers and religious education. … read more.

The Story of the Elm Trees

The Elm Dance with Coleen O’Connell

During worship on April 19 (2015), Coleen O’Connell told us the story of the Elm Dance, and Joanna Macy’s work with the people of Novozybkov, in the aftermath of the nuclear meltdown at Chernobyl. Worship continued outdoors, where we learned the … read more.

Twitter?

Why Would You Want to Use It?
At the bottom right corner of the “front page” at exeteruu.org, there is a section called “UUs on Twitter.” Don’t be afraid of Twitter. Think of it as something like the scroll across the bottom of the … read more.