The Rev Fred Cappuccino will speak on DEALING WITH DIFFICULT AND IMPOSSIBLE PEOPLE, with help from Massey Lecturer Jennifer Wells, Bernie Sanders, and The Rev. Clarence Jordan of Koinonia Community.
Child Haven International Benefit
Kingston Unitarian Fellowship’s 15th annual Child Haven International benefit
for 8 children’s homes and 2 women’s education programs
in India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Tibet in China.
Sat., April 28, 6:30 Royal Curling Club, 130 Days Rd.
$35 adult tickets available from Jackie RushMorgan after the service
FREE for children under 12
Great Indian food! Bollywood dancing! Silent and Live Auctions of Fair Trade crafts!
Rev. Beckett’s Thematic Thoughts
- ‘The Grandness of Uncentering Ourselves’ by Parker Palmer April 21, 2018
- Quotes from the Common Bowl April 15, 2018
News and Events
Warm Welcome to Amy Findley
Hi! I’m Amy Findley and I am delighted to join the Kingston Unitarian Fellowship as your new Religious Exploration Coordinator.
With many years and a broad range of experience working with children and youth in many settings, including religious exploration programs, public schools, private Montessori schools, homeschool resource programs, summer camps, and after school programs, I am excited to be stepping into this work with you.
I am especially looking forward to nurturing and growing the KUF RE programs with all of you! I have participated in UU congregations and communities for the past twelve years and previously served as an interim Director of Religious Education. I know that it is teamwork that makes all of this happen, and I look forward to supporting and working beside all of the
wonderful teachers and assistant teachers in the KUF community. And since this work is always
lifespan and always about beloved community this applies to all!
My family is new to the Kingston area and happy to join the KUF family. You will get to meet my wife, Amanda, and our 10 month old baby, Rowan, as well. We are all looking forward to building community with you.