Thank you for visiting. Join us at our next Sunday service, at 6200 N. Garrett in Garden City:
February 1, 9:30 & 11:15am
"Love Will Guide Us," Rev. Dana Worsnop
Privilege and oppression have been themes in American culture
throughout our history. We all have parts of ourselves that are
privileged and parts that are oppressed. How can we come to recognize
our own privilege and examine it so that the world can be a place where
fewer are oppressed? Celebrant Patricia Heeb. Susie Hardy, Service
ADD the WORDS
The Add the Words campaign is gearing up after a hearing was scheduled by the
Idaho Legislature for January 26th before the House State Affairs committee.
ALthough this is good news, there is no guarantee that it will get out of
committee without citizen pressure. In addition there are legislators who are
saying that this bill will not go forward with out carving out a religious
exemption. Such an exemption would be a poison pill that will take away much of
the benefit of adding the words to the Human Rights act. Rabbi Dan Fink said
that it would be as if Moses had accepted Pharoah's offer to let the men go but
keep the women and children in Egypt! There is no half justice.
The Interfaith Alliance of Idaho
wants to get a billboard near the Capitol in support of Add the Words,
coming from people of faith in order to counter the view that houses of
worship support discrimination. The new slogan is "Add the Words. No
more. No less." They need $3,000 to get the message on the billboard.
And they need our help this week.
Regular Service times
Our regular Sunday services during September through May are at
9:30 and 11:15 am. Nursery care is available, and we have
a children's religious exploration program during
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About Unitarian Universalists
Unitarian Universalists believe people are ultimately responsible for
their own religious beliefs and practice. We don't try to tell anyone
"this is what you should believe" or "this is how you should live."
Instead, we seek to build a supportive community in which individuals
can explore and share their spiritual understanding.
The Boise Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (BUUF) is a community of
members and friends, a mix of long-time Unitarian Universalists, people
who have left the church of their youth, spiritual seekers and avowed
atheists, Christians, Jews, agnostics, and humanists. We share a sense
of mystery and wonder of the universe, allegiance to the scientific
method, love of nature, and tolerance for diverse religious beliefs. We
share respect for life and the land which sustains us, and a commitment
to individual responsibility and freedom of belief. Follow the link to
our Membership page to learn more about
Visitors are welcome at every Sunday Service.
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BUUF is located at
6200 N. Garrett
Garden City, Idaho 83714
Telephone (208) 658-1710
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Tuesday 10 am – 3 pm
Wednesday noon – 2:30 pm
Thursday 10 am – 3 pm
Friday 9 am – noon