Northwoods Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

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"The Bible is holy scripture because it is a living document and foundation of many important faiths, including Unitarian Universalism. To abandon the Bible would mean alienation from one of the world's most important influences on religious thought—liberal and otherwise. Our UU [Unitarian Universalist] Principles and Purposes are saturated with biblical concepts and ideals. Our concept of respect for the web of existence, for instance, emanates from a stream of thought that flows through the Psalms and the Prophets from that same God of Genesis who declared the goodness of creation."

—David McFarland, minister

Newsletter

NUUSLETTER JUL 2018

 Volume 20, No. 1 – July 2018 (HTML Version below, PDF version here)

We are a Welcoming Congregation

 

UPCOMING SERVICES

Sunday mornings at 10 a.m.

July 8 Laura Erickson

July 22 Rev. Erv Teichmiller

Aug. 5 Rev. Brian Mason (Wausau UU minister)

Aug. 19 February Sky

  

ADULT RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

Sunday mornings at 10 a.m. alternating with our regular Sunday services   

July 1, Lecture 17: 1831 The Righteous Crusade- Abolition,  Lecture 18: 1844 What's  New?  The Communication Revolution.

July 15,  Lecture 19: 1845 The Ultimate American Game - Baseball,  Lecture 20: 1846 Land and Gold - The Mexican War.

July 29, Lecture 21: 1862  Go West, Young Man! The Homestead Act.  Lecture 22: 1862 Terrible Reality- The Battle of Antietam.

 

DISCUSSION GROUPS

Men's Discussion Group meets on Tuesday, July 10, at 6 p.m. at the Fellowship

All men of the fellowship are invited to attend this potluck followed by discussion. A volunteer is needed to bring the main course, and others need to bring a dish to pass as well as drinks of your choice. New members welcome. Contact Dick Fields, dmafields@yahoo.com, for more information.

Women's Evening Discussion Group meets Tuesday, June 10, at 6 p.m. at the Fellowship in the Dr. Cline Room

All are invited to attend this discussion. No food is served. New members welcome. Contact Natalia Graf-Jones, for more information.

The regular Women's Discussion Group will not meets for the month of July.

 

MILESTONES

Rick & Julie Wambach

07-02

Mike Dolphin

07-03

Frank Patin

07-03

Catherine Joppa

07-04

Carol Potter

07-06

Mary Ann Fields

07-07

Dick and Mary Ann Fields

07-07

Ardis and Herb White

07-10

Teress Toigo

07-12

Mel and Kay Hoff

07-13

Kathi Cushman

07-14

Marilyn Feser

07-14

Joe Dallapiazza

07-16

Audrey Williams

07-18

David Barnhill

07-19

Charles & Janice Reed

07-19

Cheryl Meier

07-20

Tom Sommerfeld

07-22

Randy Wendt

07-22

Candy Sorensen

07-24

David Deinard

07-24

Jacob Collins

07-27

Harley Erbs

07-29

Bob & Toni Lieppert Polfus

07-30

 

Is your Birthday or Anniversary missing? Or do you see a mistake that can be corrected? If so, please contact Candy Sorensen at (715) 892-2997 or sorencan@yahoo.com Thanks!

   

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS  

For distribution of announcements between newsletters or email/address corrections, contact Candy Sorensen at sorencan@yahoo.com

 

UPCOMING  EVENTS

  • Frederick Place in Rhinelander has a sizeable number of dates open for meals. If you can help out with one of these dates you can either call Frederick Place at 715-369-9777 or email Tammy Modic at tammymodic.frederickplace@ gmail.com
  • Annual Concert featuring Frogwater Saturday, July 14, at 4 p.m at Piney Ridge. Come by car, by boat, or plane!
    • Watch from the water— swimming, wading, on a SUP, or in a boat, or find a chair on the dock. As always Frogwater will play from the dock to entertain a flotilla of folks from near and far. It’s the waterworld’s summer high at Piney Ridge.
    • In case you don’t know: Frogwater is the acoustic musical pairing of John and Susan Nicholson accompanied by their children Opal and Flynn. Renowned for their musical virtuosity and exuberant performances, they think of themselves as musical ambassadors of "eclectic acoustic peoples' music" spanned from Celtic to Delta blues, classical to pop with a healthy dose of unique, original material. Their innovative interpretations of traditional tunes span centuries. They tour whenever and wherever possible and enjoy playing festivals. They perform concerts and have become sought-after regulars at many clubs and pubs. Both John and Susan play an array of instruments, constantly mixing it up and having fun!
    • For reservations. email woolpy@gmail.com. Donation $10-$20 per person all to the performers.
    • Directions to our home from Paul Bunyan’s Restaurant on Highway 51 in Minocqua. Take Old Highway 70 west 1 mile to Dr. Pink on the left. Take Pink 0.8 miles south to Woolpy Drive on the right. Take Woolpy winding west 0.2 miles to the end at 8395 Woolpy Drive. Call (715) 356-6276 if you get lost.
    • As with all of Tara and Jerry’s concerts, this one is sponsored by Bats in the Boathouse Press publisher of “Releasing Gillian’s Wolves,” “Raising Wild Ginger” and “Midnight Supper at the Rise and Shine” by Tara Woolpy and all of Dev Bentham’s redemptive gay romances.
  • The next Fair Trade day at NUUF is Sunday, July 8. A sampling of coffee and chocolate will be available on July 8. We do not have individual bags of decaf coffee
  • Circle Dinner Picnics: If you are interested in hosting or attending a picnic this summer please sign up at the fellowship or email Toni Polfus at skipols@newnorth.net.

 

Our NUUF Community

If you know someone who is interested in joining the Northwoods Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, please contact Candy Sorensen at sorencan@yahoo.com or call 715-892-2997. 

Check out our website http://nuuf.com. Also take time to "LIKE" us on Facebook. Click here on Northwoods Unitarian Universalist Fellowship for direct access if you already have a Facebook account. We're posting pictures, reminders about upcoming events and more.

 

EDITOR’S NOTE

Hello everyone, I will be compiling the newsletter for the foreseeable future! Please send announcements and updates to me, Carly Ratliff, at carly.j.ratliff@gmail.com or to Candy Sorensen at sorencan@yahoo.com by July 28 for the August newsletter. It is very helpful if your copy is written exactly the way you want it to read so that it can be copied and pasted. Thank you!

    

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