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Six years ago, I took a class on the Enneagram through the Adult Ed program here at Mission Peak. I had a "spiritual awakening", and it changed my life. I joined Mission Peak, retired from teaching math at Ohlone College, and started serious study of the Enneagram. I found the Enneagram to be so meaningful to me that I went on to become a certified Enneagram teacher and Chair of the Adult Education Committee. I can't guarantee that an Adult Ed class will change your life as dramatically as mine has been, but I do know that you will meet wonderful people in these classes and have opportunities to grow both spiritually and personally.
We offer a variety of classes, and welcome both students and teachers. We are currently accepting proposals for the Fall quarter. Please consider joining us this Fall as a teacher or student or even both!
| This Sunday's Service - June 26, 2016|
Just as we can be our own best allies, we can also be our own worst enemies. Come learn about our strange inner relationship and how to evolve the story you tell yourself about who you are.
Leading the service will be Rev. Jeremy D. Nickel and Worship Associate Mark Rahman. Music will be provided by Eric Niessner.
| Volunteers Needed for RE|
Volunteers Needed for Summer RE!Thank you for all you do!
The DRE is looking for volunteers to lead crafts, tell stories, and lead activities in our classroom for all ages this Summer. All the lessons are pre-written and all supplies will be provided. Please help us give our fall and spring volunteers a summer vacation. If you are willing to help out please contact the DRE asap!
| FY 2015-2016 Pledge|
| FY 2015-2016 Pledge|
Now that we've held our annual meeting, MPUUC's fiscal year is rapidly drawing to a close! Here's a friendly reminder to please make sure to submit any open pledge amounts for FY2015-2016 to be received before 6/30/2016, so we can close out our books and make sure you are properly credited. You can put your remaining pledge in the collection plate 6/26, or mail it to us at:
Mission Peak UU Congregation
P.O. Box 545
Fremont, CA 94537-0545
Thank you to everyone who has already completed your pledge!
| SF Pride Parade|
SF Pride ParadeJoin Unitarian Universalists Marching in San Francisco Pride on June 26!
The theme of this year's SF Pride Parade is Racial and Economic Justice and Black Lives Matter, and UU Congregations will be marching with our congregational Black Lives Matter banners - bring yours!
Contact Jean Hyams from UUCB, firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information and to let us know that you'll be marching.
Request for Class Proposals - Adult Education
Request for Class Proposals - Adult Education - Fall 2016
The Adult Education Committee is seeking proposals for classes for the Fall quarter - Sept through Nov of 2016. This is an opportunity for you to share what you know with others.
Past topics have included Buddhist meditation, healthy eating, art and spirituality, the Enneagram, joy of movement, and celebration of the sacred feminine. Classes can vary from one-time events to meeting every week.
How can you submit a proposal? Contact Linda Messia at 510 792-1539 or email her email@example.com with your course information.
Please submit your proposal no later than July 5th. Thank you!
| Black & White|
Black & White Auction - It's Time to Start Planning!!
November may seem very far away at this point, but from an event planning point of view it's right around the corner and we need to have an extremely successful event this year to help out with our budget deficit. If you are interested in helping to plan the Black & White Auction, please contact Jen King ASAP (She will be heading it up again this year). Also, start thinking about what services you'd like to donate for the auction and/or what items (jewelry, cards, jams, pottery, knitted items, etc.) you would like to donate for the boutique and start creating them now! Jen would also like to hear any ideas you may have for additions/changes to the Black & White Auction format. Let's get excited and make this year's event the biggest and best ever!
| Sunday Services Team|
|Our congregation's Sunday Services are the heart of our community. We are losing several members who have been instrumental in making sure our Sunday worships happen. We need all members to sign up to be an alternate for one of the tasks on Sunday. Colleen Arnold will be outside the service this Sunday with signup sheets, so please consider whether you would be able to hand out Orders of Service, set up chairs, make coffee, etc. We anticipate needing alternates 3-4 times per year, but if enough people sign up, it could be even less often. And a great big THANK YOU to those of you who are already doing these tasks monthly. You can also e-mail Colleen at firstname.lastname@example.org.|
| Summer Events|
Summer EventsBaseball Sunday - After a wonderful baseball themed service at Cole Hall on Sunday, July 17, please plan on joining us at O.co Coliseum to watch the Oakland A's take on the Toronto Blue Jays. The game starts at 1:05 pm. Tickets are $16 each and you can also purchase parking passes for $16 (parking is usually $20). Jen King will be selling tickets after Sunday service on 6/5, 6/12, 6/26, and 7/3.
Please plan on joining us for the following events this summer:
MPUUC Annual Camp Out - Our annual group camping trip will take place August 5-7 this year. We will be venturing up to Sugarloaf Ridge State Park near Kenwood and Glen Ellen in the heart of wine country (wine tasting anyone?) The cost is $10 per person which includes 2 nights of camping. Please plan on joining us and sign up with Jen King after Sunday services.
| Summer Serenade Concert|
Summer Serenade Concert -
June 26, 4-5 pm
First United Methodist Church
Please see attached flyer by clicking here.
|Community Office Hours |
Rev. Jeremy's upcoming dates
I am always interested in suggestions for new places, times and ways that this could work better for you, so if you have an idea, please drop me a line, it is as easy as clicking right here
. And of course I am also always available by personal appointment all days except Monday.
Tuesday, July 511 AM - 1 PM
1790 Decoto Rd
|Mission Peak UU |
Calendar of Upcoming Events
Poems 7-9 pm / private home
Enneagram Instincts 7-9 pm / private home
Coffee Hours 11-1 pm
Slap Face Coffee
Summer Serenade Concert 4-5 pm FUMC Sanctuary
Enneagram Instincts 7-9 pm / private home
Who We Are
Mission Peak Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Fremont was founded in 1993. We are a member congregation of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts.
Mission Peak members determine its policies, choose its minister, and support it financially.
We affirm and promote these UUA Principles and Purposes:
- The inherent worth and dignity of every person
- Justice, equity and compassion in human relations
- Acceptance of one another and encouragement to spiritual growth in our congregations
- A free and responsible search for truth and meaning
- The right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our congregations and in our society at large
- The goal of world community with peace, liberty, and justice for all
- Respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part
We invite you to join us and add your commitment to ours. Mission Peak is a living and changing congregation, responsive to the spiritual needs of its members. With the leadership of our minister, we search for ways to fulfill ourselves as individuals and as a community. Joining us is a commitment to this process.
Our mailing address is:
P.O. Box 545 Fremont, CA 94537-0545
or click here to contact us directly
Please feel free to navigate to our website by scanning our QR code!