Why become a member?
Do you want to build your own theology? Have you found doctrines that do not quite fit your own beliefs about the world? We invite you to join us as a member of BUUF in the search for truths that match your experience. Members have these privileges: Voting at congregational meetings after 60 days of membership. Standing for election to serve on the Board of Trustees. Serving as a delegate to district or continental meetings of the Unitarian Universalist Association. Using ministerial services such as pastoral counseling, weddings, funerals and other rites of passage. Receiving the Unitarian Universalist Association’s continental magazine UU World.
Steps to membership
Any person fourteen or older who agrees with our principles becomes a member by signing our Membership Book and affirmation form. You may, if you wish, sign the book without any delay. If you need more information before signing, try some of these occasions to learn more about us:
- Attend Sunday services to get a sense of our interests and concerns.
- Sign the guest book on the table by the entrance. This ensures that you receive our church newsletter, In the BUUF.
- Attend church activities, the monthly discussion group or a social event to meet people.
Our church can be a home for you, as it is for us. We hope you will join us in building an inclusive and caring community.
If you have questions, please contact any Board of Trustees member -- they're listed on the CONTACTS page!
Last Updated (Wednesday, 02 January 2013 09:08)