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Testimony to Pledge to FUUSE – Jim Webber

Due to popular demand, Jim Webber, put his FUUSE testimonial in written word for you!!

Pledge Testimonial by Jim Webber on March 5, 2017

Title: FUUSE Is Well-Being

In the UU tradition, spiritual growth is an individual matter. To me, spiritual growth can be framed by the notion of well-being, as described by Dr. Daniel Siegel. In his work in interpersonal neurobiology, he sees well-being as made up of 1) emphatic relationships, 2) a healthy mind and 3) an integrated brain. Viewing things this way our church can be seen as a well-being enabler, one that leads to spiritual growth and feeling part of something larger than ourselves. Let me take the three dimensions of well-being and relate it to the FUUSE experience.

Posted in Supporting FUUSE

Arm in Arm Together

In these times, how can you be of service?

Guided by their faith — and in spite of their fears — the people of FUUSE have come up with many ways to serve humanity in fellowship, right now.

If you didn’t have the opportunity to add your name to any of these projects or groups on signup sheets in the Community Room, you can do so right here. Read about each project, initiative, or group, and click on “Add my name” for those you would like to join.

Project or GroupDescriptionLink to Join the Group
Posted in FUUSE Headline News, Social Justice, Volunteering

Stand Together to Support FUUSE and all for which it stands

Posted in FUUSE Headline News, Supporting FUUSE

Facilities Renovations

The FUUSE Facilities Renovation Committee and the Board of Trustees cordially invites you to a presentation on the comprehensive renovation plans for FUUSE which have been many months in development. There is one more opportunity to provide feedback to the leadership regarding the appropriateness of these plans. Come to one meeting or come to both! The meetings will be held in the Sanctuary:

January 29, 2017, 11:15 – 12:15 following the social hour on Sunday

This is a first step in moving ahead to determine how our facilities support our mission at FUUSE. Child care will be available. Please mark this on your calendar and plan to attend.

Posted in Building Planning, Documents, FUUSE Headline News, Miscellaneous, Uncategorized

Be a UN observer – letter from Rev. Kendra (written for Thanksgiving but still pertinent)

Chalice PumpkinHow will you respond if you face anxious moments at dinner?

Read Rev. Kendra Ford’s letter, following up on her message from the Sunday before Thanksgiving.

Posted in Minister's Musings, Uncategorized

The Elm and the Children

In 2016 we planted and transplanted an Elm in front of 10 Elm Street.

In 2016 we planted and transplanted an Elm in front of 10 Elm Street.

The Elm and the Children
You may have noticed last year that we planted a little Elm tree in the yard.  And you might have noticed that over the summer, it moved.  I wanted to tell you the story behind the wandering Elm because I think it tells us some important things about community.

Posted in Minister's Musings

Photo Gallery Relives 2016 Retreat

FUUSE at the retreat2016 Retreat: a Quiet Lake2016 Retreat: a Quiet LakeRelive memories of the 10th annual FUUSE Retreat at Camp Huckins on Lake Ossipee.

FUUSEians of all ages enjoyed a September weekend of fresh air, swimming, boating, yoga, poetry, crafts, music, and study of UU principles.

Dozens of photos from the retreat are shared in the FUUSE Shutterfly gallery at https://fuuse.shutterfly.com/pictures/2579


FUUSE at the retreat

Posted in Uncategorized

Office Hours

Winter Office Hours

Monday – closed

Tuesday – 9:15 AM – 11:15 AM

Wednesday – 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM

Thursday – 9:15 AM – 11:15 AM

Friday – 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

As always, please call ahead to let us know you will be coming. This is because we can be away running errands during office hours and want to make sure we are there to greet you.


Posted in FUUSE Headline News, Worship

Letter from Rev. Kendra to Gov. Maggie Hassan

Letter19 November 2015

Dear Gov. Hassan –

    I am grateful for all the work you do on behalf of our state and appreciate your willingness to work through conflict.

     Today I write to you to ask you to reconsider your public statement that New Hampshire will not accept Syrian Refugees.  I ask you to reconsider on two merits; the first is legal and the second is humanitarian. 

Posted in Minister's Musings