Welcome to RVUUF: Rogue Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

RVUUF MinisterReverend Nan White
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All are welcome to attend our weekly Worship Service (year-round), Religious Exploration (RE) program for children & youth (mid-Sep thru May), or nursery care every Sunday at 10:30 am at our Unitarian Universalist (UU) church in Ashland -- and services at 3pm each 2nd and 4th Sunday in Medford -- in southwestern Oregon.

We welcome people from all religious backgrounds and beliefs and we support you in your seeking and growing. We are intentionally inclusive, embracing and appreciating people of every age, race, culture, gender, sexual orientation, ability, and economic circumstance.

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  • Fri, 08/15/2014 - 2:00pm to Sun, 08/17/2014 - 2:00pm

    See the following Microsoft Word document for registration information.
    RVUUF-Camp-Latgawa-2014-Registration.doc

    For the Event Location Site see:
    Latgawa.GoCamping.org

    Have a look at the Camp Latgawa slideshows to reminisce or find out what a good time RVUUFians have had there in past seasons.

    From May-July you may register using the color-coded registration forms (different colors for different types of cabins/camp spots) available at the table in the foyer, or print out and use the online forms on this site for 2014. Give forms to Kate Cleland-Sipfle through mid-June or Inga Crews in July. Forms may be left at the RVUUF office as well. You may pay the deposit amount stated on the form and complete payment by July 31. We will try to accommodate later registrations up to a week before camp.

    You may have read in the bulletin or e-news that you can come to camp for as little as $89 per person for the weekend, but our pay-what-you-can scholarship fund means that anyone who wants to join us at camp ought to be able to do so, first-come, first-served, while scholarship funds last.

    The full price, the cost of the weekend, two nights of lodging plus six healthy, home-cooked meals and insurance for one person using a tent or RV spot is $88.95. For one person in a rustic cabin, the cost is $116.25, and in a cabin with a bathroom, the cost is $125.65. Kids ages 2-7 are charged half price for food and accommodations. Even if you plan to use a scholarship, please pre-register ASAP so that we can populate our cabins and tent sites efficiently.

    This document will be updated as the theme is selected and the program is finalized.

    Previous Years: programs, slideshows

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  • Fri, 10/24/2014 - 2:00pm to Sun, 10/26/2014 - 1:00pm

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    Wise Woman Evolving…Harvesting One’s Life Experiences
    - I'm not afraid of storms, for I'm learning to sail my ship. -Louisa May Alcott
    - I'd rather regret the things I've done than regret the things I haven't done. -Lucille Ball
    - People with clenched fists cannot shake hands. -Indira Gandhi
    - There are two ways of spreading light ...To be the candle, or the mirror that reflects it. –Edith Wharton

    How did these women come to a point of having these beliefs? Join us at this year’s retreat as we explore the rich and exciting topic of wisdom by asking ourselves questions such as:

    • What are the Elements of Wisdom?
    • How Do We Acquire Wisdom?
    • How Do We Live Our Lives Wisely?
    • How Does Wisdom Relate to Our Spirituality or to What We Hold Sacred?

    Around this topic, we will have discussion groups, opportunities to share personal stories, time to feel how wisdom moves us, time to journal and reflect, and a chance to express our insights creatively.

    As usual we will have plenty of time for walking/hiking, conversing by the fireplace, practicing meditation or qigong, completing our generosity project for Dunn House, playing games, and just having fun.

    Take your place at this year’s retreat. Make new friendships and strengthen familiar bonds as we share these experiences together at St. Rita’s at Gold Hill.

    Registration Fee: $115 Partial Scholarships are Available
    Registration begins September 14

    PDF Flyer

    Chair and Contact: Karen Schoessow

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