Rev. Don Rollins, Sunday March 12th

Join us Sunday, March 12 at 11am, as we welcome back Rev. Don Rollins to  UUFA. Join either in-person (face masks encouraged) or by Zoom.
Don has served our congregation as minister a few times over the past 3 decades. Rev. Don most recently served the UU Congregation in Hendersonville, NC.  Don and Mary are back in Jackson, Ohio, and we are so thrilled that they live so close .

We welcome him back to the pulpit to share what he’s been up to lately.

FACE MASK NOTE: As of January 14, 2022, the UUFA board moved from a mandatory face mask policy for Sunday Services to a “face masks encouraged” policy. Thank you to all who continue to wear face masks to protect the most vulnerable among us. We provide Zoom access for those unable to attend in person. 

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Please do our Doodle Poll by Tuesday morning March 7th—and we’ll announce the winning date via Doodle.

Many thanks to Susan, Barb, and Roberta for volunteering to lead another orientation session for prospective members. If you are interested, please complete this Doodle Poll to indicate which of these Thursday or Friday evenings you’re available: March 16th and 17th, March 23rd and 24th, March 30th and 31st, and April 6th and 7th.

ZUMBA is CANCELLED this week.




If so, email for the rest of the information about this great opportunity for UU teens:

“Several religious educators in the area have been working to jumpstart some youth engagement across our congregations. So, we have planned a gathering all day April 1 from 10am to 10pm for youth in 7th-12th grade at SouthWest UU in North Royalton. We are focusing on bringing in some elements of CON culture, practice being together in a covenantal community, create and share a youth worship experience, social justice learning and service, and have a conversation with the jr. high and sr. high groups about what they would like to see moving forward.”


Please mark your calendars for our UUFA Annual Meeting on Sunday, April 16th. Both the service that morning AND the Annual Meeting will be exclusively by Zoom, in order to make sure everyone can participate and see everyone else. Pursuant to our  by-laws, our President-Elect, Barb Harrison, will be running the Annual meeting.


NEXT SATURDAY 10:30am Zoom:


The next UUFA board meeting will be Saturday March 11th at 10:30am by Zoom. All members are welcome to attend. For the Zoom link, text Richard 740-818-4775, or contact any other board member.



The next UUFA programming meeting will be Sunday, March 12th at 1pm (or perhaps that evening) by Zoom. More people, more music, more ideas all welcome! All members and friends are welcome to attend. For the Zoom link contact Barb or any other board member.


LINKS to follow-up on LAST SUNDAY’s discussion about the UUA’s ARTICLE II COMMISSION.  With many thanks to Roberta and Jessie for presenting all the information last Sunday):

The following documents are among those reviewed by the Study in the course of its work. Some of these discuss specific amendment language; others relate to ways in which the UUA can conduct business in a more truly inclusive and democratic manner.

Engaging Our Theological Diversity (PDF)

8th Principle Project Website

2017 1st Principle Amendment Proposal

Proposed 2010 Bylaws Revisions

1997 GA Resolution on Anti-Racism, Anti-Oppression, and Multi-Culturalism

Report of the Task Force on Reimagining Covenant (PDF)

5th Principle Task Force Report (PDF)

Widening the Circle of Concern: The Final Report of the Commission on Institutional Change

Further Reading re Article II

Why Unitarian Universalists are Reexamining Article II

UUA Executive Vice President Carey McDonald answers questions about proposed changes to the Principles, Purposes, and Sources.

Alexandra Varney McDonald 2/13/2023

Principles and Purposes’

Delegates in Salt Lake City elect new president, send ‘Peacemaking’ Statement of Conscience back to committee.

Christopher L. Walton 7/6/2009

The Six Principles (1961)

The original Principles of the Unitarian Universalist Association, as approved when the Unitarian and Universalist denominations consolidated in 1961.

November/December 2000 3/17/2015 Editorial

Shared values

How the UUA’s Principles and Purposes were shaped and how they’ve shaped Unitarian Universalism.

Warren R. Ross November/December 2000 5/1/2006 Editorial

Time to review the Principles

UUA commission, trustees announce review of central covenant between congregations; mandated review is overdue.

Donald E. Skinner 4/21/2006

What language helps you to describe the heart of UUism to others?

What must we do now to pave the way for the future Unitarian Universalism we imagine?

What do we need to help us act on our deep commitment to anti racism and anti oppression?

In what specific ways are we asked to transform our lives, communities, and world in these times?

How does our shared life in congregations and covenanted communities prepare us for transformation?

What questions should the commission be asking in order to reimagine Article II?
Concerns About the Draft of Article II

Concerns About the Draft of Article II in UUA Bylaws   See also responses in the comments section

November 11, 2022 by WebMaster

by Ken Ing guest contributor


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When we receive blurbs and descriptions of a Sunday service, we publish within 24 hours, as well as create and share a Facebook event and email the Greensheet to all with emails in our Elvanto system. Thanks in advance to all presenters and others who submit information early.

Deadline for each week: SUNDAY 3pm or before publication, whichever comes last. We hope to get the Greensheet out, our Facebook event for the next week posted, and more each Sunday evening or Monday at the latest. Thanks!